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Apology Letter to Boss for Wrong Information

In this instance, an employee accidentally sent the wrong information to their boss. As a result, confusion ensued, and his manager had to field all of the resulting emails and phone calls. In such a case, an apology letter to the boss for accidentally sending wrong info is essential.

The apology letter will alert his boss to what occurred, how sorry his employee is, and what steps the employee has taken or will take to correct the situation.

Sample Apology Letter to Boss for Wrong Information

Dear Mr. Munson:

I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincerest regrets for providing you with misleading information regarding our current products. I apologize for my behavior. My actions were inappropriate, unprofessional and showed no respect for the office position that I currently hold. It is my hope that this letter of apology can help us move forward and to re-establish the employer/employee trust we once had.

I am well aware that I let you, our project team and for providing the wrong information. I can only imagine how upper management took the news, and the torrent of phone calls you must have received due to this sad and terrible mishap. The disappointment you must have felt with regards to the incident must have been intense, and I wholeheartedly apologize for that.

Therefore, I take full responsibility for the passing on of misleading information regarding our 2019 product list. it is most apparent that my behavior did not meet the current standards of our company and reflects poorly on it as a whole. It was wrong of me to pass such information without doing a check or asking my co-workers, team leader or you first, as per protocol.

Sadly, I grabbed the wrong file and portfolio, and proceeded to the meeting armed only with the wrong information. I offer no excuses for my actions, I understand fully that it was the fact that I was in a rush which had me grab the wrong files, take them to the meeting and present them as fact, which they were not.

I promise you that this type of error will not be repeated, and that I have taken the initiative to attend a meeting with our HR representative to see if there are any company classes which cover time management issues, of which I most certainly have.

If there is anything more that I can do to rectify the situation, please contact me at your earliest convenience.

Thank you.