Employee Appointment Acceptance Letter



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DATE EMPLOYER NAME , EMPLOYER POSITION , DEPARTMENT NAME , COMPANY NAME , COMPANY ADDRESS Subject: Joining /Acceptance Letter Dear Mr./Mrs. EMPLOYER NAME , I am pleased to accept your offer and I have honor to inform you that I am joining the company from JOINING DATE as a/an POSITION NAME in respect to your appointment letter dated APPOINTMENT LETTER ISSUE DATE , Ref no..


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