Letter from Employee to Company Agreeing to Sacrifice Bonus in exchange for Additional Contributions to Pension Scheme

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This is a letter from an employee to an employer, whereby the employee agrees to forego part of their bonus in exchange for the company contributing such amounts to a pension scheme named by the employee.

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Employees should address this letter to their employer to notify the employer of their willingness to sacrifice their entitlement to particular amounts from their bonus in exchange for the employer contributing such amounts to a pension scheme. 

A clear amount should be stated as to be sacrificed by the employee. 

Contact details of the employee should be included clearly for communication purposes. 

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Document Type:

Letter / e-mail / note / correspondence

Category:

Business > Human Resource / Employment > Employment Contract / Joining Letter / Offer Letter

 
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