Sample Apology Letter to Employer and Asking for Second Chance

Sample Apology Letter to Employer and Asking for Second Chance

[Here briefly focus on sample Apology letter to employer for a mistake, for misconduct. Mistake/misconducts are not regularly happened in the workplace. If it happens you should show Apology to your higher authority. You can modify this format as your requirement.]

Date…

Authority name…

Institute/company name…

Institute/Company Address…

Sub: Apology letter for mistake and request for Second Chance

Respected Sir,

With all due respect, I want to apologize for not fulfilling the company rules the other day. As held by the discipline committee I was found guilty of violating the company rules. (show actual problem and situation). However, it was an innocent mistake as I was not aware of such details about obligations.

On the other hand, I am also very ashamed of my behavior and want to rectify it. Please grant me a second chance so I can correct myself and abide by the laws in the future.

I shall be very thankful to you. Thank you very much.

Yours sincerely,

Employee name…

Job Designation…

 

Another format,

Date…

Authority name…

Institute/company name…

Institute/Company Address…

Sub: Apology letter for mistake and request for Second Chance

Dear {Mr./Mrs. Name},

I would like to take this time to make a formal apology to you on the record. I recognize that behavior was not only unprofessional but also harmful to productivity. It was not my intention to be a negative force in the office. (Brief explanation of the reason for the behavior.)

Thank you for addressing this problem so professionally. You have always been an excellent superior and I apologize for any problems this has caused you. (show actual problem and situation).

I know that I have no right to ask you for a second chance, but I promise that I have addressed the source of the problem and that I am taking the following steps to correct it and ensure that it never happens again (official rules and conducts).

Once again, I am deeply sorry for my behavior and I appreciate everything you’ve done for me. If there is anything else I can do to prove to you that I am ready to be part of the team again, please let me know.

Sincerely,

Employee name…

Job Designation…