The new employee introduction letter tells colleagues the work of the new employee and his/her job title. This letter will also state as to who will mentor the newcomer. The new employee introduction letter may notify some qualities of the new employee to the colleagues or maybe mention that the new employee is starting and the date of commencement. Certain facts about the new employee will give his/her colleagues a chance to strike up a conversation with the employee about his/her common interests.
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Tips To Write A New Employee Introduction Letter
- The new employee introduction letter should include the employee work location so that other employees can reach him/her.
- You can also add a picture of the new worker, and a map with the new comer’s work location pointed out on it.
- At CharlesSmith Corporation, these emails all have a subject line, “Plus One.” All employees know that these emails are introducing a newcomer.
- Make sure the letter doesn’t come across as an essay or merely a note. Try to maintain the balance. Follow the basic format of three paragraphs: The introduction, appropriate and relevant details, and conclusion.
Use our free New Employee Introduction Letter to help you get started.
Date: _____ (Date on Which Letter is Written)
I have known __________ from over 5 years while she was working as an Assistant Manager in _____________. She reported to me as I was holding a position of Manager Operations between 2014 and 2016. During her tenure __________ has shown excellent capabilities and was sent for a couple of projects overseas. She is brilliant and because of her enthusiasm and hard work she has achieved the best employee of the year award for the year 2015. Her communication skills are excellent and helped her solve many of the irate supervisory calls she received. The customers were always satisfied by her, and she has also received many customer appreciation letters.
She is a very hardworking person who is trustworthy and dependable and can go to any extent to achieve her goals. I am sure she will be an asset to our team and the company.
I wish her all the best in life and welcome her as Manager Operations position in our organization.
Senior Marketing Manager
Subject: New Employee’s Introduction
I would like to introduce you to our new worker. Mila Riihimaki has accepted our offer of employment as a marketing manager. Her first day in this office is on DD/MM/YYYY. Please join us at 4 p.m. in the cafe for snacks and drinks to meet Mila and welcome her to the organization on her first day.
Mila has seventeen years of experience in all capable job roles within marketing at several companies. In her most recent post, Mila managed marketing for ABC Company. Her experience is enhanced by her Masters in Business Administration Degree.
As a Marketing Manager, Mila is responsible for the leadership of the marketing department. She reports to me directly. Specifically, Mila will lead us in these areas:
Researching, developing and evaluating new commodities opportunities, demand for profitable products, and customer needs.
Overall marketing strategies and execution of ideas for the existing products.
Working with product development groups to manage new product development.
Managing launch campaigns for new commodities.
Managing distribution channels for commodities.
Ensuring efficient, branded marketing communications including the company website, print and digital communication,( and advertising.)
Mila will work closely with the product development teams. His office is just opposite my office.
Thanks for joining me in welcoming Mila to the team.
Senior Manager of Marketing
The following is the Email Format to be followed for a New Employee Introduction Letter.
SUBJECT: New Employee’s Introduction
__________ (name) is joining ________ (company) to fill our open position in customer service. Her first day is ___________ (date).
_________ has worked for fifteen years in customer service, and we are pleased to welcome her to the ______ team. If you see _______ around the building, make sure you welcome her to the company. ________ will participate in employee onboarding activities for the first couple of weeks on the job.
_______ new employee mentor is ______, so if you have questions or need to meet him or her, you can talk with ______ before she starts. ______ will work with the other customer service professionals. ______ will work in the client service department wing. do welcome our new member _______ to the company.
________ is on the Board for our local Women’s Resource Center.
Thanks for joining me in welcoming _______ to the team.
(name and designation)