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Please help me in drafting a mail for congratulations. One of our employee has completed one year in our company. I want to send a congratulations letter on her first anniversary with us.

From India, Gurgaon
Raj Kumar Hansdah
Shrm, Od, Hrd, Pms
Payal Gade
Employee Relations...
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Pls do amend wherever required....
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Dear XYZ,
We would like to thank you for your successful completion of one year with us.This is truly been a good working association wherein your hard work is gently appreciated along with your monetary contributions.
Your contribution towards the company is greatly appreciated.
Thanking you,
Yours Sincerely
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Shweta Jaitly:)

From India, Coimbatore

____/HRD/____ Date: _________

Mr. xxxxxxxxxx,

Dear Mr. xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Consequent to the review of your performance during your one year of service with us , we have the pleasure in informing you that, we are very satisfied by your services to the company, so are being confirmed as XXXXXXX with effect from xxxxxxx.

All the other terms and conditions as detailed in your appointment letter remain unchanged.
We look forward to your valuable contributions and wish you all the very best for a rewarding career with the organization.

Please sign the duplicate copy of this letter as a token of acceptance of the same.
For Company Name


From India, Mumbai
Payal Gade

You can send a following mail to the concerned employee and mark CC to all ppl in your co.
Dear .................,

I take this opportunity to congratulate you for your huge contribution to CO NAME over the past ....... years.

I would like to wish you all the best for your future and hope you have a long association with CO NAME …..

Dear ALL ,

Let’s take this opportunity to congratulate Mr. ............... for contributing enormously to the company and for completing ...... years with CO NAME on the DATE
Hope this will help....

From India, Pune
clara lopes
Please help me in drafting a mail for congratulations, one of our family member getting married, but wont able to attend the wedding.
From India, Hyderabad
Raj Kumar Hansdah

Dear rajeevinder1979

Do you intend to send this mail in your personal capacity or on behalf of the company ??

Generally, no congratulatory mail are sent on completion of just one year of service.

It implies, either your company is quite new or may be she is the First person in your company to complete one year, in which case definitely it calls for celebration !

A letter for completion of probation period or confirmation of services is more customary.

However, the decision is yours - you can definitely send a congratulatory mail to her for completing one year, if in your opinion it is a great accomplishment; considering the fact that I have hardly any information about your company or your employee.

But it is a good start, if you continue this in future too, with all employees who complete one year; and do not stop at celebrating anniversary for just one particular employee.

In lighter vein; here's what one HR person in a company wrote to his favorite employee on completion of one year :
Dear Miss XYZ

We are really fortunate to have you with us. It is a matter of great pleasure that you have completed one year in our company and we have really enjoyed the time you spent with us.

In our company, everybody works and works hard; but nobody completes one year with us.

We wish you all the best and hope you will be with us till death do us apart.

Yours very sincerely,

Last heard; he had been fired from the company for taking the initiative of sending a letter on his own, helped by his friends in drafting it.
Warm regards.

From India, Delhi
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