Part Time Request Letter Sample

Writing a Part Time Request Letter? So, use this sample part time request letter as a template for your successful part time request letter.

Part Time Request Letter Sample

Eric Logan
123 Oak Street
Washington, DC 20000
Telephone: (555)123-1771

Darlene Lewis
ABC Company
455 Commerce Lane
Baltimore, MD 20003

June 11, 2019

Dear Ms. Lewis:

I have been employed as the billing associate with ABC Company for 5 years. I am currently planning to begin attending school to obtain my degree in business administration. Due to this decision, I will need to decrease my hours from full time to part time.

During the time I have been at ABC Company, I am proud to have helped implement [contributions made that improved profits or work environment]. I will continue to strive to provide the same level of excellence while working part time.

I have truly enjoyed working on the many projects here, but [reason for the request and why it will be impossible to continue to work as many hours] attending school to obtain my degree is going to take up a great deal of my time. 

The schedule will be demanding, although the positive aspect is that I hope to use this knowledge to increase my contributions to the company. At this time I do not feel that I would be able to maintain the standards I expect from myself by doing both.

It is my desire to remain with ABC company, and I am willing to consider part time positions. I am willing to train a replacement for my position, if needed. I will be starting school on [date classes begin] and will complete all paperwork and any loose ends by this date. 

I appreciate your support in this matter. If you have any questions, you can contact me at (555) 111-1001. Once I receive my degree, I hope to be even more of an asset to ABC Company.

Sincerely,

Signature
Eric Logan

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