How to write a better email event invitation where new joiners must do a performance? - CiteHR
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Hi, I have to set-up a meeting with the new joiners (most of them hold a big title) as our Company will held an event and the new joiners must do a performance during the event. This is my first time doing it, so I'm not really confident if my invitation would be ok or not. I want to make the invitation more friendly rather that serious.. Please see my drafted email invitation below & feel free to give a comment/suggestion for my improvement.
Title:- Company Event Performance
Dear All,
As a new joiners, you are required to prepare a performance during our event.
Let's meet up to discuss what type of performances you would love to do.
Don't miss this opportunity and unleash your hidden talent!
Thanks and Kind regards,
Zie, HR Executive

Furnish the date, venue and time also in the e-mail.
Good you write very simple understanding words
Dear Zie,
1# Create some theme Ad for your event
2# Update all events list
3# Mention about event concept and limitation
4# Inform all to give confirmation on participation
Above points to be added in theme and theme should be fun & attract them for participation...
Ramesh Kumar M
HR-Ramraj Groups

Dear New Joinee,
Hope you have settled down in your work and finding the job and environment to your liking.
Management will be very happy to hear from you about a few things in respect of your performance.
Please indicate how you want to go about it in your own domain.
Kindly respond quickly.
The above could be one answer.
However, your posting is quite vague in the sense, "What kind of performance you would love to do ". You have not indicated the business, job role, etc. Is it dancing performance, acting, mimicry ????
Best wishes

It is good already. Concise and sharp. To make it better, you need to put the venue and schedule. Good luck!
Do these "new joiners" know about this so-called "performance'?
Just exactly what are they expected to do? Your email does not specify this. How can they decide anything when you don't give them the relevant information?
I strongly suspect that if you are springing this on people as a surprise, then you are going to get no-shows, and you will lose those new staff members as they will resign on the spot and seek out a more enlightened employer who does not do this sort of thing.
I look forward to reading how this event goes. I'm betting on tears before bedtime.

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