instructions: write a persuasive memo that addresses the situation outlined below.Try to write…

instructions: write a persuasive memo that addresses the situation outlined below.Try to write…

instructions: write a persuasive memo that addresses the situation outlined below.Try to write short and to the point memo.

You are an intern in the human resources department at large health care clinic. Your boss has instructed you to send an announcement to all staff letting them know that the staff photo will be at 7:45 a.m. next Tuesday before any patients arrive. The office takes a staff photo once a year. Sometimes the pictures are used in promotional material; sometimes they just hang in the hallway of the lobby.

Unfortunately, in recent years fewer people have shown up for the picture. Last year only a quarter of the clinic’s 200 employees attend. Excuses include “I’m too busy,” “I don’t photograph well,” “That was today?” “I had to take my children to school,” “I had a breakfast meeting,” “I don’t work until 11:00 a.m.,” and “No way.”

You can’t force people to attend the photo shoot, and to be honest, you probably wouldn’t want to show up for the photo that early either just to have your picture taken. Your boss is counting on you to write a persuasive announcement to the employees requesting that they take the time to show up for the photo; she hopes that everyone will be there. They don’t have to do anything special. All they have to do is take five minutes to be part of the picture. As you write, think about why taking such a photo might be important to the clinic, the patients, and the staff.1

instructions: write a persuasive memo that addresses the situation outlined below.Try to write…

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