__________ / _____ / _______ [date in the format: month, date and year]

Subject: New director introduction letter

Dear Employees/ Members of the organization

I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself to all the efficient and hard working employees of ________________ [name of business organization]. My name is ________________ [provide your full name along with an appropriate title i.e. Mr. / Ms. / Mrs. / etc.] and I am joining ____________________ [provide the full official name of the business organization] as the ______________________ [mention your job title or the job position] from the ______________________ [mention the date from which you are joining the organization]. I feel myself to be very fortunate as I received this opportunity to join an organization with such reputation and class.

I would like to tell all the employees __________________________ [fill in the message that you want to send to all your employees]. I wish that together we take our organization to new heights of success; hoping to receive support, help and cooperation from all of you.

Wishing all of you the very best,

With regards

_________________________ [signature of the sender]

_________________________ [provide your full name]

_________________________ [contact no.]

_________________________ [give your official or personal email id]


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