Job Joining Request Letter from Employee

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Sample joining request letter format for teacher, employee. Letter to the manager to give joining on the job/duty after you have been hired.

Email to Join the New Job

Dear Sir,

I was hired for the post of (mention the name of the post). I want to inform you that my resignation notice to the previous employer is completed, and I am available to join the job from (mention the date here). Waiting for your response asap.

Sincerely Yours,

Your Name

Joining Request Letter by Teacher to Principal

Dear Sir,

I am informed that I (Your Name) have been listed in selected candidates for the primary teacher vacancy in your school in response to an advertisement in a newspaper. I have qualified for this post after passing an MCQ test and interview. According to the government’s policy, after getting an appointment, I was to submit my medical certificate of services hospital Lahore for joining. I have cleared my medical letter too. I am giving my medical letter along with my joining application. Kindly accept my arrival so that I could start my job career under your kind supervision.

(Your Name)

Job Joining Request Letter to Manager

Dear Sir,

It is humbly stated that after seeing an advertisement, I had mailed a CV to your company. In response, I had received a call for an interview. As a result, I have successfully qualified for the post of Business Development Officer on a contract basis for the next two years. I am being passionate about working with such a leading trading company in our country. Therefore, I am writing this application to join you next week. Please accept my arrival.

(Your Name)

Request Letter for Job Joining

Dear Sir,

Regarding my appointment letter issued from HR wing Shanghai Courier Service. I am pleased to join the service as a computer assistant from (date). You are requested to please accept my joining and allow me to work under your supervision.

Please advise as necessary.

(Your Name)

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