Choose a topic to view suggestion letter templates:
Invite or request suggestions from employees and customers Offer a suggestion Offer a suggestion to a customer Offer a suggestion to a religious leader Offer a suggestion to a subordinate Offer a suggestion to a superior Offer a suggestion to a supplier or retailer Reply negatively to a suggestion Reply positively to a suggestion Suggest a change in a contract or agreement
More Suggestion Letters
Accept and express appreciation for a suggestion Acknowledge the receipt of a suggestion from an employee Advocate legislation Ask for personal advice Decline to give advice Encourage your reader to take advantage of a new opportunity Encourage/motivate your reader to keep up the good work Endorse a political candidate Endorse or nominate a candidate for an award Give advice to subordinates Give general advice Give personal advice Give professional advice Suggest an alternative plan or schedule for payments Thank someone for advice or a suggestion Turn down a customer's or employee's suggestion
- Express your genuine appreciation for the opportunities you now enjoy.
- Refer to past suggestions the reader has accepted and put into practice.
- Thank the reader for his/her willingness to read and consider your ideas.
- Offer your suggestion courteously, without openly criticizing the status quo.
- Stick to the point and just explain the potential benefits of your suggestion.
- Suggest a meeting with the reader to explain your ideas in greater detail.
How to respond to a suggestion letter:
- Express appreciation for the suggestion letter, whether you accept it or not.
- If the writer is a current employee, express appreciation for his or her past efforts.
- Assure the writer you are responsive to the concerns of everyone involved.
- Encourage the writer to submit another suggestion letter in the future.
- Promise to share the idea with your associates and give it full consideration.
- You may express your regret and say that you are unable to make changes now.