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Employee Introduction Letters

An employee introduction welcomes a new employee to your workplace. An employee introduction helps coworkers welcome the new employee, too. An employee introduction tells coworkers that an open job is filled, identifies the new face in the crowd, and enables the new coworkers to appropriately welcome the new employee. See sample employee introduction letters.

Employee Introduction: Sample
Need to welcome your new employee and introduce her to the rest of your team? You can use this employee introduction letter to tell your new employee's coworkers about their new coworker and what she will be doing for the team.

Employee Introduction Sample: Simple
This sample new employee introduction briefly introduces the new employee, tells coworkers about her job, and provides her work location information. See the sample letter.

Employee Announcement: Background and Experience
When a new employee begins work at your company, you will want to announce his or her starting date and job details with an emailed employee announcement. The emailed employee announcement lets other employees know about their new coworker. The emailed employee announcement makes the new employee feel welcome and part of the team quickly. An...

Sample Basic Employee Introduction
You don't have to use a lot of words to write a basic employee introduction. Sometimes, time or other events preclude the opportunity to write an employee introduction that includes the background and experience of the new employee. It's better to write a basic introduction than to ignore the new employee joining your team. Here's a sample basic...

New Employee Announcement
Need a new employee announcement? You can use this sample letter as a template for developing your own new employee announcement.

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