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Hi,

Just wondering what is the most professional way to apply annual via email. Is this acceptable?

Dear Sir,

I've apply annual leave via ESS system for 2 days and appreciate if you could approve it.
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Hi,

Just wondering what is the most professional way to apply annual via email. Is this acceptable?

Dear Sir,

I've apply annual leave via ESS system for 2 days and appreciate if you could approve it.


Dear Sir,

I've applied for 2 days of annual leave via the ESS system, and would appreciate it if you could approve it.


Yours sincerely,



Clive

RedkdeHi,

Just wondering what is the most professional way to apply annual via email. Is this acceptable?

Dear Sir,

I've apply annual leave via ESS system for 2 days and appreciate if you could approve it.

Redkde,

In the US, there is no such thing as "annual leave" but we have vacation accrual which allows an employee to take a block of time off from work, depending on longivity of your employment, you can take from a few days to a few weeks. That is about as Annual as it gets. The other "leaves" are sick leave, maternaity leave and circumstantial leave like caring for children or parents who are bedridden due to serious illness. I don;t know what you exactly mean by "anuual leave".

I've submitted a request for my vacation from Feb 15 to Feb 30. It's been a few days and I will appreciate it if you can approve it.
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Hi .. two days annual leave makes little sense to me.. i would write

Dear Sir.

I have submitted a request for 2 days vacation from... date .. till...,via ESS system .would highly appreciate approval at your earliest.

Thanks

yours sincerly

redeke

now expert comments on this .. i am not a native english speaker ..
Hi guys,

On reading the posts in this part of the Forum, I get the idea that the term 'leave' is in common use in India for this kind of letter. If that's true, it seems OK to use it in letters written by and to Indian people.

Perhaps some person from India would like to comment on this?

Best wishes, Clive
Hi,

In Vietnam, I heard that some companies allow employees to accumulate vacation days for up to three years. 'Annual leave' is usually given at the most 3 days a year and cannot be accumulated. If the employees quit working, they get paid for the accrued vacation time but not 'annual leave' time. I don't really know the reason for creating such a time-off system. Nevertheless, I feel it is for the employers' benefits rather than for those of the employees.
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dear all,

thank you for the replies.

In my country, each employee is given certain amount of leave that depending on the years of service.
Hi Redke,

Is this in India?

Is it paid leave?

Does it include what in Canada we would call vacation time?

Best wishes, Clive
Hi Goodman ,

I am surprised when you say there is no such thing as annual leave in the US. Below are excerpts from Kentucky Personnel Cabinet:

Annual Leave
" All full-time employees receive annual leave as a state work benefit. Part-time and Interim employees do not earn annual leave. Your length of service will determine the amount of annual leave you earn in a calendar year. ...."

"The first rule to remember about annual leave is that you must always get advance approval from your supervisor before taking annual leave. To do this, you should complete your agency's appropriate ....."

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