General Counsel Appointment Letter Template

You are the HR Manager at your firm or company. You have painstakingly recruited a candidate for the post of General Counsel. Now it is time to issue an appointment letter to the selected candidate. In this letter, you should ideally use a formal tone of voice.

You should state the job responsibilities and the pay structure in this letter. Here you shall find all the guidance that you might require in writing such a letter. Hope it helps you.

Letter Template: 1


(Name of the recipient)

(Address of the recipient)

(Mention the Date)

Subject: Appointment letter for the General Counsel

Dear applicant, (mention the name)

I am happy to inform you that you have been appointed as a General Counsel in our company (mention the company) and your joining date is from (mention the joining date). 

Your timing will be from (mention the hours) and one day fixed off every week.

Here your work will assist in the development of the company’s procedures, provide details for legal guidance on all matters that affect a company, ensure in the business with applicable laws, evaluate risk in advance, risk management techniques, find a solution for legal issues, coordinate with stakeholders, maintain relationships with them and many more.

As you are already experienced so can just go through the documents and it signed and Xeroxed on your day of joining for a smooth process.

Here your salary will be around (mention the salary) and will be paid (mention the date) every month. You will also receive the payslip a day before your salary for your better knowledge.

If you have any queries or doubt you can call us at (mention the number) or send an email to our official mail (mention the email id). We will be happy to guide you.

So we congratulate you and welcome you to this company and wish you all the best in your job.

Yours sincerely,

(Mention the Name)

(Handwritten Signature of the sender)

(Mention the Date)

(Mention you designation in the Company)

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