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When you write an offer to a General Counsel, it's often provided via an Appointment Letter.
Here are some tips for writing a professional Appointment Letter:
- Keep your letter brief to the point. Your letter should formally acknowledge the employee's (new) position, confirm the first day of employment in that position, and wish him or her the best;
- You may also want to include any expectations for what they should anticipate before starting or create next steps or hard dates for onboarding tasks;
- Use the right subject line. If you're sending the letter via email, you should use a subject line that clearly communicates what the email is about, such as "Appointment Letter" or "Appointment into the position of General Counsel";
- Proofread thoroughly. Take the time to proofread the letter or email thoroughly before sending, watching closely for grammatical errors or typos;
- Use professional language. Your letter should be formal and professional in tone. It does not matter if you are sending it via email, avoid using casual language in a formal appointment letter to a legal professional.
If you are looking for a professional letter, download this sample letter now! Make sure to thank the new General Counsel for accepting the job and wish him or her all the best with the future job.
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