This is an appraisal letter to be used to inform an employee of their satisfactory performance appraisal. It can be used to inform the employee of both strengths and weaknesses in their performance.
This appraisal letter is suitable for an employer to use to conclude the performance appraisal process. It can also be used more generally as an example of how to format an appraisal letter.
This appraisal letter should be used by employers to inform their employees of a satisfactory performance appraisal.
The employer may choose to inform an employee of any strength or weaknesses brought to the fore by the appraisal process, but is not obliged to. The employer can choose not to inform the employee of any strength or weaknesses in their performance by merely leaving blank their responses to the respective questions concerning promotion, pay rise or bonus.
The name and address of the employee should be included clearly on the appraisal letter for communication purposes.
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