Welcome Employees

A welcome letter sent to an employee shortly after he or she starts work projects a positive image. It also displays courtesy, consideration, and, of most importance, friendliness. Say something nice about your organization and that you are proud to belong. This will help the new employee feel the same way. Give your assurance that the reader has become a member of a strong team. Tell how you will assist in his or her orientation or what the employee can do to get off to a good start.

Letter 1

Dear [[Recipient]]:

We at Atari are glad to welcome you to our financial staff.  We admire the work you did at Pierce Tractor and believe you can do as much for us.  You will find a professional and cooperative staff here, and I am sure you will enjoy working with them.

I will arrange to have lunch with you soon to discuss some aspects of your work.  In the meantime you will find Mr. Bond most willing to answer your questions.

Letter 2

Dear [[Recipient]]::

It is a pleasure to welcome you to Hitwise, Inc.  We are sure that you will find working here a pleasant and rewarding experience because we work especially hard to ensure that our employees and their jobs are compatible.

Our progress and growth are the result of each person’s taking responsibility for a share of the work that needs to be done.  As responsibility increases, so do the rewards,  We take pride in our accomplishments, and I am sure you will too.

Letter 3

Dear [[Recipient]]:

I am very pleased that you have decided to join Oroton Leather Company as our Accounting Manager.  I am confident that your years of experience will meet the needs of our company and of this position.

We hope that you enjoy a long and fruitful employ at Oroton Leather.

If you have any questions, please feel free to let me know.