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Please help me to draft a request of change of work hours to team leader

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Please can you help me draft a request to my team leader of change of work hours from 9am-5am to requested change of hours of 8am to 4pm

I want to add in the message that my mother is disabled and I need to be back home before 5pm and finishes at 5pm I will get home after 6pm which is too late.


I also take my mother to her appointments which she prefers to make after 4.45pm which allows me to come home without having to book time off work


I've never put a request like this before in writing, can someone please help me draft a short request which I can send asap this week to my team leader, help appreciated and thanks :-)

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What we normally suggest is that people post up what they're proposing to send and then we can help them to refine it.



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In the request, I think you also need to suggest how the 4 - 5 part of the day can be covered with minimum impact to the business.

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It would be helpful if you could say what employment sector you work in, fror example if you work in retail and your shop only opens between 9 and 5 they are unlikely to agree.

Are there others doing the same role who would agree to change their hours to make this request a simple one for the employer to agree to?


Also have your mother been assessed for personal care? do you live in the same property? there may be more than one solution to your problem

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