Job Promotion Letter

Job Promotion Letter, Letter for promotion, Sample Promotion Letter Need to write a job promotion letter? Great! Let’s get started...

Here is the basic information that you need to include. Of course, not all of it may be relevant, so just pick and choose.
  • What will be the employee’s new designation, and job responsibilities?

  • Who will the employee be reporting to?

  • Who will be reporting to the employee?

  • Mention the revised salary, if applicable.

  • And yes, don’t forget to congratulate the employee on their promotion!

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Here is a standard promotion letter that you can use as a reference.

30 April 2008

Ross White
International House
1 Tham Street

Dear Ross:

It gives us great pleasure to inform you that you have been promoted to the position of Senior Sales Manager, effective from 1 April 2008. Your salary has also been revised and the details are included in the enclosure.

Please accept our earnest congratulations on this well-deserved promotion. We are confident that you will bring the same high level of professionalism and hard work to your new role as you have demonstrated in the past.

Congratulations and best wishes for your continued success and growth in the organization.

Warm Regards,


Thanh Ngo
Human Resources Director

Revised salary details

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