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How do I write a joining letter? Which letter is issued after joining?

When you want to accept a job positon within a company, you can send a joining letter. Every day brings new projects, emails, documents, and task lists, and often it is not that different from the work you have done before. Many of our day-to-day tasks are similar to something we have done before. A joining letter is a kind of acknowledgement letter and intended to thank individuals, candidates or foundations for their efforts for meaningful purposes and confirm acceptance of a (job) offer.

Joining Letter format

Dear {{Name}}, 
I am immensely pleased to inform you that I accept the offer and acknowledge the same. 
I am ready to join as {{Job Position}} in your company on {{Date of Joining}}. 
I sincerely thank you for believing in me and offering me this position.  
 assure to work with sincerity and dedication.
I will be submitting all the required documents on my joining date. 
Should you require any further information.
Yours sincerely,

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