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Apology Letter to Boss for Uninformed Leave

Have you ever had a medical or personal emergency and had to leave your job without notice? It can be a daunting task, one that leaves you crippled with fear and anxiety over what your boss and even co-workers might think of you jumping ship. But there is a way to make things a little bit easier and less stressful, both for yourself and your boss by writing an apology letter to your boss for uninformed leave. The main purpose of your apology letter to boss for uninformed leave will be to help you explain your situation clearer to your boss as to the reason you have to leave your position immediately.

Sample Apology Letter to Boss for Uninformed Leave

Dear whom it may concern,

The date is [October 20th, 2017] and I, [Troy Mackinnon], am writing to you with deep apologies as I must inform you that I am unable to continue my duties as assistant manager at Spot-check due to a medical emergency that I have been unfortunately tasked to deal with. I understand this may come as a shock to you but I hope you accept that my health is up most important to me and I cannot prioritize work over it at this time. Once again, I hope you can accept my deepest apologies and wish you and the rest of the team all the best.

Sincerely,

Troy Mackinnon


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A couple other reasons an apology letter may be needed is when you are absent from work for a while due to illness or you simply do not show up to work at all. An apology letter may not mean the coast is clear and your boss will be happy when he or she sees you next time in person but it may help alleviate some tension and help your boss understand your situation a little bit better so they can react in a more forgiving and sympathetic way when the time comes that you and they encounter each other in person.