Bar-Back Welcome Letter Template

To welcome a new bar back you should write a formal welcome letter. In order to do so, you should first take note of a few points. You should first congratulate him on his joining and mention his job role.

You should also mention the perks payable to him at the said job and assure him of a healthy and safe work environment.

You may also mention the salary payable to him in the letter. It is accepted practice to mention the name of the supervisor to whom he shall be reporting. 

Template: 1

(Your name)

(Your address)

(Your contact information)


(Name of the recipient)

(Address of the recipient)

(Contact information of the recipient)

Subject: Letter to Welcome the Bar-Back

Dear (Name of the recipient),

Congratulations on joining the team! We are extremely glad to have you on board. Your skills, knowledge, efficiency, and previous experience in top firms make you worthy of being the next bar-back of (mention the organization name and details).

We are really looking forward to starting working with you. It will be a pleasure to welcome you on (mention the date) at (mention the time).

You will be explained in detail the work procedure, new employee benefits, and perks, work culture, policies, and in addition to it, will be given an overall view of the organization’s history and goals.

We are sure that the rest of the staff will be happy to have you as an addition to us. They are very kind, supportive and cooperative so you will not face any difficulty working here.

As a bar-back, you are expected to carry out all your duties on time and excel at all the tasks given to you. You can expect our full support in helping you achieve your goals in your career.

Please feel free to call or mail, in case you need help regarding anything or seek more information on your new job role. We will be glad to help you anytime.

Once again, a very warm welcome!

Thanking you

With best regards,

(Hand-written signature)


(Notary or witness if required)

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