Internal Memo / Announcement

New Employee

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Announcement welcoming new employee to the company with details of new role and responsibilities.

We are pleased to announce that [NAME] has joined as [Position] in [Department].

[NAME] is a graduate of [School / University]. [NAME] has [number] years of experience in this industry. [He/she] previously worked as [previous position] at [previous company], and as [previous position] at [previous company]

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This document should be carefully read by all employees.

Announcement welcoming new employee to the company with details of new role and responsibilities.

This Letter should be sent to the Human Resources Department, if applicable.

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Document Type:

Declaration / announcement / notice / press release

Category:

Business > Human Resource / Employment > Human Resource / Workplace Issue

 
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