Photographer Welcome Letter Template

A welcome letter is a common professional letter, usually written by the Human Resources Manager of a company, in order to welcome a person to a new job or organization. Such a letter is usually written to the new recruit on his first day at the workplace.

In this letter, you should greet the person and congratulate him on his selection to the job post. You shall also mention his pay package and his perks. You may also mention the job role and responsibilities.

Template: 1

[Mention the name of the sender]

[Mention the Address of the sender]

[Mention the contact information of the sender]


[Mention the name of the recipient]

[Mention the address of the recipient]

[Mention the contact information of the recipient]

Subject- Letter to Welcome the Photographer

Dear [Mention the name of the Recipient]

This is the official letter to welcome you on board. The team members of the [mention the name of the company] officially welcome you to the company as our new photographer.

We are really very pleased to have you and want to congratulate you for being appointed as the same. Thanks to you for applying for the position in the company.

We have gone through the portfolio you have submitted during your final screening the management of the company is very interested in including you in the team of [mention the name of the company]. 

We hope that you must have gone through all the data provided to you for your reference. We would again like to mention some of the details like the company holds its own privacy policies that you must abide by, the company has a fixed color code for the dress of the employees and a fixed working hour.

We would like to fetch your attention towards our company’s website for more details [mention the URL of the website of the company]. 

Thank you so much for investing your career at [mention the name of the company].

With regards,

[Hand-Written Signature]


[Notary or witness if required].

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