News Anchor Welcome Letter Template

You shall have to welcome a new recruit to the job role of News Anchor by writing a formal welcome letter on his first day at work at your organization. In this letter, you shall greet the new candidate for the job role.

You shall also briefly state the job responsibilities. You may also mention the name of the supervisor to whom the new joinee is supposed to report. It is good practice to introduce him to the existing work culture at the bank.

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 News Anchor

Dear [Mention the name of the Recipient]

We are extremely happy and glad as a corporation to welcome you to our company (mention the name and details of the company). You shall fill the position of a news anchor in our studio. Your skills and experience have really impressed us. 

As you know you will receive the emolument per month of the basic salary (mention the amount),  transport allowance of (mention the amount), house rent of (mention the amount), and medical of  (mention the amount), so there will be a total amount of (mention the total amount). 

Again, a warm welcome to you in our organization. Hope you will also work to the best of your capabilities for achieving the goal. Wishing you all the best in your endeavor. 

For any further questionable information please feel free to contact our helpdesk (mention the helpdesk number) or you can visit our company’s website at( mention the website), or you can also email us at (mention the email id). We always look forward to helping our employees. 

Hope for a good relationship in the future.  

Thank you very much for your time.  

With regards,

[Hand-Written Signature]


[Notary or witness if required].

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