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How to send a meeting request to the HR?

I need to schedule a meeting with my HR, I don't know how to send a meeting request to her

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Please follow the pattern below to write your own letter. Address your human-resource manager as "Ms." if you do not know her marital status. "Mrs." is used for women who have been married, and "Miss" is used for unmarried women.

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Dear [Mrs./Ms./Miss] [surname]:

I am interested in [name your problem for discussion] and require your expertise in that matter; therefore, I would like to arrange a meeting with you during this or next week [or any other time frame] at your office.

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Please let me know what day and time is convenient for you. Thank you in advance.

Yours sincerely,

[your name]

[your position]

[your company]

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