Is it grammatically correct if I write:

On a side note, should I expect an e-mail/telephone call from you confirming my NHO date?
I am not sure if you are able to obtain/verify all the required information prior to my start day.

  • It's all perfectly grammatical - if that's what you need to know.
    – WS2
    Commented Dec 10, 2015 at 16:58

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Either "on a side note" or "on a different note" could be used here, and your sentence is grammatically correct. The difference is that "on a side note" implies a conversational shift to a related topic while "on a different note" implies a conversational shift to an unrelated topic.

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