Employee Sickness

Letter #1:
I am sorry to report that Nhu Tran has been hospitalized for observation regarding a recurring health problem. As some of you know, she has been taking medication for an ulcer for the past few months, but the problem persists. Although her desires are to be at work, her doctor insists that she undergo more tests.

If all goes well, she expects to be back on Monday. In the meantime, please do your best to help with her work load, so she won’t be swamped when she returns. Thanks for your help and consideration.

Letter #2:
As many of you know, Nhu Tran is a bit under the weather. Her physician suspects she suffers from a mild case of pneumonia. She will be absent from work until she is fully recovered and her doctor gives her permission to return. I am sure she would appreciate your call, although visits do exhaust her. Please be prepared to receive her overflow, so we can avoid becoming too backed up in her absence.

Letter #3:
ANNOUNˍL.343 Informing employees of another’s illness-Scott Squire

As you may know, Michael was hospitalized over the weekend for minor surgery to correct painful shin splits. I have spoken with him and he is in great spirits, very eager to be back on his feet. He will be recuperating at his home for at least two weeks. Michael has indicated that he would welcome visitors, and has asked in particular that he be kept abreast of affairs in the bidding for the Springfield Middle School remodeling contract. Ever the technophile, Harold has been telecommuting from his “bedtop computer,” as he calls it.