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ananda.kumar
Posted: Saturday, March 5, 2011 1:57:49 AM
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How to name "Multiple Bosses" in english?
noorfr
Posted: Sunday, March 6, 2011 10:06:08 AM

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Multiple Bosses where? call them Directors if it suits you, or Management.
Gunjika
Posted: Monday, March 7, 2011 11:58:55 AM
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I gave it a lot of thought, first I could not understand what you want to ask. Maybe, you want to address many superiors at the same time, you can say 'Sirs', as in Dear Sirs.
srirr
Posted: Monday, March 7, 2011 11:05:04 PM

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I agree with Gunjika. If you are addressing many seniors/supervisors in a common mail or circular or in meeting, you can address "Dear Sirs". A more equality-sensing approach can be "Dear All", however this may include juniors and female colleagues as well.

If you want to address them individually, you can address by their respective designations; like Dear President Sir, Director Sir, Executive Head Sir, ... (not applicable in formal mails).
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