Employee Promotion Letter



Introduction

It must be borne in mind that Promotion per se is not a birthright of an employee but is a privilege of the employer dependent on many factors other than merit of the employee.

However, when an employee feels that his claims to well deserved promotion have been overlooked and his juniors promoted, it may not be out of  place to address a polite letter to his employer reminding him about the matter on the following lines :-

From:

Mr. /Ms ……………. (Full Name)

……………………   (Designation)

Letter No. ….. MD/Promotion/Mktg/1/2010

To:

The Managing Director

…………………. (Name of Company)

Dear Sir,

Sub: Request for consideration for Promotion.

I have been serving the Company diligently for the past 2 years as Manager Marketing. I have received good performance appraisals from my HOD and have achieved the marketing targets fixed for me.

I would like to take this opportunity to draw your kind attention to my record of service and request you to kindly consider me for promotion/raise as deemed fit and oblige.

Thanking you.

Yours sincerely,

………………..

(Designation)

Place …………… Dated ……………


Category: Promotion Letters

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