Shift Change Request Letter

Last Updated: April 28, 2024

Shift Change Request Letter

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Dear [Manager’s Name],

I hope this message finds you well. I am writing to formally request a change in my current shift schedule due to [specific reason, e.g., family commitments, educational pursuits, health reasons]. After much consideration, I believe this change will not only help me manage my personal responsibilities more effectively but also allow me to maintain my performance and contribution to the team at [Company Name].

Currently, I am scheduled for the [current shift, e.g., night shift from 10 PM to 6 AM], which has been challenging due to [briefly explain the reason, e.g., “it conflicts with my evening classes” or “it has taken a toll on my health”]. I kindly request to be moved to the [desired shift, e.g., day shift from 8 AM to 4 PM], which I believe would be a better fit for my current situation.

I have given this request considerable thought and understand the importance of maintaining a balanced and productive team. To minimize disruption, I am more than willing to assist with the transition in any way possible, including training my replacement for the [current shift] or adjusting my start date on the [desired shift] to meet the team’s needs.

I am committed to my role at [Company Name] and am eager to continue contributing to our success. I believe this shift change will ultimately enhance my ability to perform at my best and uphold the standards of excellence we strive for.

Thank you very much for considering my request. I am open to discussing this further and finding a mutually beneficial arrangement. Please let me know if you need any additional information or if there’s a convenient time for us to discuss this in person.

Warm regards,

Gerry Rosales

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