Just like these acceptance letter samples, your own letter will need to accomplish the following goals: First, convey the basic facts that cover the who, what , when, and where (you, the position you’ve accepted, and your start date, and your employer’s location respectively) . You can also restate your salary and employment terms as you understand them.
Start with the nuts and bolts: This part is important. Mix-ups are easy at this stage of an employment relationship, and they happen more often then you may realize. Make sure you and your recipient are on the same page regarding exactly what will happen on your first day (and the day you receive your first paycheck).
Say thanks: Feel free to say thank you more than once. Again, you may not realize this, but your employers have faced some challenges and sleepless nights while choosing a candidate for this role. The fact that they chose you means a lot to them, so show that it means something to you too. Convey a sense of gratitude for the offer. Understand that your letter should set the stage for promising, fruitful, and mutually pleasant relationship between you and your employers.
Express optimism and excitement: A gloomy acceptance letter can be oddly disconcerting for your new employers. Again, they’re excited to welcome you on board, so match that excitement! Acknowledge their positive energy and give back the same.
Remind them why they chose you: You don’t have to repeat a list of your qualifications, but you may as well remind your readers that you’re still the dynamic professional they remember from the interview.