As a disagreement must be shown in a way that does not cause a grudge, it is always advisable to use courteous language when writing the letter. Always say that everything you pass on is your only opinion and ask the other party to think about what you are saying. Write this letter very professionally to the employer so that he maintains respect for the other party for you. Make sure harmony is preserved as best you can. Just keep the letter so that the message you are sending is clear. Be sure to indicate the reasons for refusal with the other person. I would be happy to hear them: (phrase) This is a formal and polite sentence. There should be something similar to “if you have any suggestions.” Remember, the purpose of an email/disagreement letter is to convince/convince the person with whom you disagree that you are right. To do this, one of the things you need to do is to give the person the feeling that he and his opinion are important. For this reason, you should give him the opportunity to make suggestions or comments directly with you in your email/letter. In Spanish: “estaré encantado de hablar consigo de ellas.” I`m afraid I don`t agree: (phrase) It`s actually a polite way of saying “you`re wrong” (never use the word “false,” if you don`t agree, it will offend people). Some people argue that it is not good to contradict yourself directly with people in emails.
In some types of emails/letters (with non-professional clients), I would agree. But in other types of emails, as long as you`re polite, I think it`s best that you be clear and write that you don`t agree with something that the person you`re writing to has said or done. This will avoid any misunderstanding. You would use this phrase after introducing/writing the notice/subject with which you disagree. This sentence is followed by “your opinion” or “you” (z.B. “I`m afraid I don`t agree with you”). Then you should explain why you disagree and try to convince them that you are right. In Spanish: “me temo que no puedo estar de acuerdo con.” I hope this will address your concerns: (phrase) This sentence is used to be polite. Basically, it means, “I hope I convinced you that I was right and that you were wrong.” This term should only be used if you respond to emails/letters in which someone complains about something or if they have said they have doubts/concerns about something. It is used at the end of an email/letter. In Spanish: “espero que esto responda a sus preocupaciones.” Don`t go through it and don`t add information that`s not relevant to the contested decision.
A typical letter is much more professional than a handwritten letter. If a letter that disagrees with a decision is written politely and professionally, it is taken more sincerely. Everyone has their own opinion or point of view on anything, some may agree and others will disagree. Society therefore gives everyone the freedom to have their own opinion. As the title suggests that an opinion letter could be written in a situation where you do not agree with something or an idea, the situation now varies and could be different in different circumstances, for example, you cannot agree with a government decision on benefits, pension procedures, insurance policies that your employer proposes in financial matters, with your subordinate or superior authority, legislation or false accusation. The odds are good, the first one just pushed him back a little. This example is an appropriate representation of why it is best to use “I” instructions when they do not agree with someone. This is just another subtle way to illustrate that your disagreement is not a personal attack.