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    Best appraisal mail i ever read .

    A Boss looking through his Mail Box was astonished to see a mail from
    an Employee who was supposed to be busy working at Client side on a
    critical project. It had the subject - "TaTa - Bye Bye". With the worst
    premonition he opened the mail and read the content with trembling

    Dear Sir,

    It is with great regret and sorrow that I'm writing you, but I'm
    leaving the job. The offer was too lucrative and attractive for me to
    turn down. I had to abscond because I wanted to avoid a scene with the
    HR and you. I am sorry but I had no choice.

    The project is working fine. There are only 108 issues pending, out of
    which only 38% issues are High Priority. Hence I am sure there is no
    need to worry about. The next Phase of major enhancements I have been
    working upon, have been completed halfway.
    I am sure the new person who would replace me would not understand
    what all I had done so far. Hence, for his and your convenience, I have
    taken care to remove all the work that I had been doing this far for
    nearly 3 months now. I am sure you will appreciate my insight and "big
    I am of course retaining the Originals that I had retrieved for the
    purpose of Passport verification with me, considering it as a parting
    gift from you.
    Of course, I will not pay the bond amount that I owe the company
    (since I Am breaking the bond). But I will consider this as a parting
    gift from our Dear company. I moving out of town since the new company
    is situated in another City.

    Also, I have changed my contact number. So you will not be able to get
    in touch with me, to congratulate me. But I know your blessings are
    always with me.
    Last but not the least. I also have the Rs 12000 entrusted to me by
    our company's cultural events group, for the upcoming movie event. I am
    sure you would have wanted me to keep it with myself as an added bonus
    from our company. I respect you very much, hence your wish is my
    Don't worry sir. I am 2 years experienced now, learning so much from
    your company. So I will surely use this knowledge to write better
    programs for the new company. Someday I'm sure we will meet sometime in
    the future. If you wish, I will surely be glad to give my employee
    reference for you to apply for a job in the new company which I am

    Your faithful employee,

    At the bottom of the page were the letters "PS".
    Hands still trembling, the Boss read:

    PS: Dearest Boss, none of the above is true. I'm am still busy working
    at client side. I just wanted to remind you that there are worse things
    in life than my "Request to reconsider my Salary Appraisal"
    attached with this mail. Please approve it and call when it is safe
    for me to come to our Office to discuss this.

    My respect and Best Regards to you!
  • #66125
    wow! it's really a very funny at the same time thoughtful letter! Nowadays it seems that employees are resorting to more innovative & intuitive methodologies to demand a salary appraisal from their much reluctant Boss! Beware Bosses! The employees are after you , If you don't take care of them then you will be taken care of!

  • #66187
    Excellent! Its nice way to remember the BOSS about our salary appraisal.
    Also boss will be quite happy that he is still his employee at last. Any how he impressed the boss. Hence his job will be guaranteed in this economic slow down also.

  • #66377
    That was very well crafted by the employee.After reading such kind of letter no boss can ignore the demand of increasing the employee's salary.I am very much sure that modern youth is using such kind of innovative techniques to impress their bosses and to increase their salaries.


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