Employment Letter Sample – Confirmation


Sample letter for Confirmation of Employment (from probation).


Company Name
Company Address

Dear Recipient,

We refer to our letter of offer to you dated on ………… , which stated that your appointment will be subject to a probationary period of 3 months.

After evaluating your work performance, attitude and other key result areas, we are pleased to inform you of our intention to convert your probationary period into a confirmed employment, effective immediately.

We expect, upon the confirmation of the employment, that you will carry out duties and responsibilities as instructed by the management. From time to time, when needs arise, you may be required to serve different divisions and department across the organization, while we on the other hand commit to utilize the best of your skills and ability.

If you are agreeable with the terms, please sign the letter and return to the Human Resource Manager within a period of 5 working days.

We look forward to see you continuing your good work, and drive the company to a new height of success.

Yours sincerely,


General Manager, Human Resource

Acceptance of conditions

I hereby confirm that I accept the confirmation of employment, and that I agree with the terms and conditions as stipulated in the letter above.

Signature: …………………….

Date: …………………………..


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7 thoughts on “Employment Letter Sample – Confirmation”

    1. The offer letter may indicate that the hired person may still be subject to probationary period. The confirmation letter is extended when the company decides to end the probationary (anytime within the probationary period) and confirm the employee.

  1. What if the candidate doesn’t sign the confirmation letter? Does it mean he / she is still on probation? Or is confirmed?

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