Okay. You've aced that interview, and gotten one of the sweetest job offers of your life.
Now it's time to sit down and write your new boss a letter to thank him or her for having the sense to hire such a brainiac like yourself!
Here are a few employment thank you letter examples to get you started. Go to it!
I am honored to accept your offer to join _______________ Advertising as a junior copywriter. It was a pleasure meeting with your staff. Working with such a dynamic team is sure to be challenging and fulfilling.
I appreciate your having the human resources department send the literature regarding retirement and insurance benefits. The materials were very informative.
I will report to you this coming Friday, October 24, at 8 am for orientation. I understand that if I have any further questions that you will answer them for me at that time.
Thank you again for this exciting opportunity. I look forward to meeting with you on Friday.
I am happy to accept the position of systems analyst in your department. Your training programs are first rate, and I am excited to begin my first session next week. I am proud to become part of a company that offers such trememdous growth opportunities for its technical staff.
The offered starting salary of $53,500 is more than acceptable. I understand that following my eighth month review I may receive an increase of up to 3.5%. Thereafter, I will be eligible for additional merit increases twice per year.
Thank you again for your generous offer. I look forward to meeting with you Monday, January 5, before starting my initial training session.
It was a pleasure to receive your formal offer of employment by mail this afternoon. I am pleased to accept the position of registered nurse in your cardiology department.
Your facility is recognized as one of the finest in the country for cardiovascular medicine. I look forward to working with your team of exceptional nurses there.
As we discussed earlier today by phone, I will meet with you in your office at 8 am, Monday, January 13. I understand that you will answer any additional questions that I may have, and you will introduce me to my immediate supervisor at that time.
I will then report to the human resources department at 9:15 am to complete some additional paperwork. Afterward, I will attend employee orientation.
Thank you again for an incredible opportunity. I look forward to seeing you again on Monday, January 13.
What if you get more than one job offer? Check out this letter that shows how to decline an offer when you've decided to pursue another opportunity.
For thank you notes you can use in the workplace, please see our thank you notes for colleagues and clients page.