Every year, employees of firms, enterprises and organizations write thousands of work reports - monthly, quarterly, annual. And they are rewritten thousands of times over and over again. He seemed to have told about the work, but here he did it wrong, he wrote it wrong here, and the chief tore out the third page and threw it into the trash can. The report needs to be presented in a favorable light.
Any report is, first of all, an analysis of your work over the past period, showing whether you have completed the tasks set or not. Take the time to start collecting the metrics you want in advance. Otherwise, one of your colleagues will let you down by forgetting to provide you with statistics. And only when all the documents are collected, start working on the report.
Review the documents and have a clear work plan for the report. Determine the importance of each position, how you will characterize it, what new and promising you have done for the company during this period, whether the profit from your actions has increased (or the enterprise's funds have been saved). If something doesn't work out, consider why.
Try to reflect the most important indicators in the form of tables and graphs in comparison with the previous year. This will clearly show the growth of indicators in work, whether the plan for this period was fulfilled, which is important when drawing up reports.
The language of presentation is official, business. There is no need to “spread your thoughts along the tree”, clearly describe all the achievements during this period, what innovative ideas you introduced and what the result was.
The report is drawn up on A4 sheets, margins are standard, font Times New Roman, size 12 or 14. It is better to use one-and-a-half spacing, indent "red line", alignment "in width". This will make your report more readable. And don't forget the pagination.