Typist Welcome Letter Template

The job position of a typist, apart from requiring a person to have all the necessary academic qualifications also needs the person to be able to read and understand work-related materials, write clearly so that others can understand, get written information, understand spoken information with ease.

In order to help you write the welcome letter for such an employee who possesses all the above-mentioned qualities, I have come up with a useful sample letter, going through which you can ideally frame yours.

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 Typist

Dear [Mention the name of the Recipient]

We hope this letter finds you in good health. The purpose of writing this letter is to welcome you to [mention the name of the company]. We at the [mention the name of the company are delighted to have you by our side.

We hope to have a pleasing yet professional career together. We have arranged an orientation program for our new employees, and you are invited to join the same at [mention the time] in the [mention the venue].

On behalf of the whole team member, we are more than happy to have such a brilliant talent in the office. You are requested to submit all the documents as it is mentioned in the annexure and the joining letter, positively.

We welcome you once again to our company and hope your contribution will help hugely in the success of our company.

For any further information please visit our website at [mention the website of the company, if any] or you can call anytime during the office hours to the human resource helpdesk number [mention the contact details of the human resource help desk].

Thank you so much.

With regards,

[Hand-Written Signature]


[Notary or witness if required].

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