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Writing a Letter of Interest for a Promotion with Sample

When there are some new openings in a company then the company often prefers to have existing employees for the job rather than recruiting new people from outside as they have complete understanding of the company’s culture and working. Any employee who is interested in the profile can send a letter of interest to the HR department simply by applying for the promotion. This is one of the best opportunities in order to take your career to higher levels by showing interest in the opening.

Here are some guidelines which must be followed while writing letter of interest for a promotion. Keeping these points in mind can help you have a properly framed professional letter which can eventually help you get selected for the desired opening.

  • Address it correctly

It is very important that you address your letter of interest to the right person. Find out the right person who is responsible for recruiting the best candidate for that profile and address it to him.

  • Attach your resume

Simply sending the letter is not enough. Make sure that you attach with it your recent resume which has mention of your achievements and performances.

  • Grammatically correct

It is very important that your letter of interest is grammatically correct and has no spelling mistakes. Before submitting it, read it to make sure that there are no such mistakes and the language is also correct.

  • Do not delay

As soon as you come to know that there is an opening, waste no time in sending your letter. This is so because the person who is earliest to send his letter is considered as the most interested one. So to keep chances of selection in your favor, write the letter of interest immediately, without wasting any time.

  • Begin with purpose

Make sure that the beginning of your letter talks about your purpose of writing the letter. You must mention your interest in the promotion. You are suppose to be introducing yourself. Talk about since how long you have been associated with the company, mention your current profile. Your information should be complete so that the HR manager doesn’t have to look for your details in personnel file.

  • Mention the reason

Your letter should include reasons as to why you are the right choice for the profile. Clearly state what qualities and achievements make you a competent candidate for this job and for handling these responsibilities. You should mention your skills and experience and how you can play an important role in helping the company meet its goals. Also talk about your additional certificates or degrees which again make you a stronger choice. Talk about your achievements in the company.

  • Seek permission for mentioning references

If you have come to know about the opening from a co-worker then mention his name in the letter only after you have asked for his permission.

  • End it professionally

While ending your letter, make sure there is a call to action. You must thank the HR for taking out time to consider your request and also suggest the time and date for a personal meeting in order to discuss the application in a more refined manner.

Follow these points and you will be able to frame a perfect letter of interest.

Sample Letter of Interest for a Promotion

Here is a format sample of letter of interest for a promotion which you can use in a customized manner to write your own letter.

Adam Smith

22, Richmond Street,

New York 1234

Date: 5th January, 2016

Jacob Brown

Human Resource Manager

ABC Corporation Pvt. Ltd.

52 Richmond Street

New York

Sub: Letter of interest for promotion.

Dear Mr. Brown,

I have been informed by Mr. Anthony, Marketing Manager, that the position of Asst. Marketing Manager has become available. I would like to express my interest in this position. I would like to bring to your notice that from last three years, I have been working on the profile of Marketing Executive and have created and implemented various marketing programs on district levels which have proved to be extremely fruitful.

Moreover, when Asst. Marketing Manager was on leave in the month of November 2015, I was the one chosen for filling up this position for the time being. During that duration of one month, I shouldered all the responsibilities with great effectiveness and delivered satisfactory results. My understanding of the profile and exposure of the same makes me a competent choice for the same.

I am looking for a positive response from your end. Please find my resume attached with the letter. I would be happy to discuss my promotion request with you at any time when you are comfortable. You can email me at adam@abc.com or you can call me at 123-456-789.

Looking forward for your response.

Thanking you.

Sincerely,

Adam Smith

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Posted by Hrformats - January 19, 2016 at 8:19 AM

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NSC Interest Auto Calculator

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Posted by Hrformats - September 26, 2012 at 8:24 AM

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Gpf Interest Calculator

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Name C MURUGAN GPF A/C No 786
Department CM
Closing Balance as at 31 March
Year 2011-12 Rate of Interest 8% upto Nov 11 & 8.6% from Dec 11 onwards 10000
Month Subscription Refund Advance/ Withdrawal Balance
April 3000 1000 14000
May 3000 1000 18000
June 3000 1000 22000
July 3000 1000 26000
August 3000 1000 30000
September 3000 1000 34000
October 3000 1000 15000 23000
November 3000 1000 27000 1293
December 3000 1000 31000 Interest @ enhanced rate of 8.6%
January 3000 1000 35000
February 3000 1000 39000
March 3000 1000 43000 1061
TOTAL 36000 12000 15000 342000
INTEREST 1061 1061
OPENING BALANCE AS ON 01 APRIL 10000
ADD:  SUBSCRIPTION & REPAYMENTS MADE DURING THE YEAR 36000
LESS:  ADVANCES & WITHDRAWALS MADE DURING THE YEAR -15000
CLOSING BALANCE AS ON 31 MARCH 47061

 

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Posted by Hrformats - May 9, 2012 at 10:40 AM

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Gpf Interest Calculator

 I have Attached Gpf Interest Calculator

Name C MURUGAN GPF A/C No 786
Department CM
Closing Balance as at 31 March
Year 2011-12 Rate of Interest 8% upto Nov 11 & 8.6% from Dec 11 onwards 10000
Month Subscription Refund Advance/ Withdrawal Balance
April 3000 1000 14000
May 3000 1000 18000
June 3000 1000 22000
July 3000 1000 26000
August 3000 1000 30000
September 3000 1000 34000
October 3000 1000 15000 23000
November 3000 1000 27000 1293
December 3000 1000 31000 Interest @ enhanced rate of 8.6%
January 3000 1000 35000
February 3000 1000 39000
March 3000 1000 43000 1061
TOTAL 36000 12000 15000 342000
INTEREST 1061 1061
OPENING BALANCE AS ON 01 APRIL 10000
ADD:  SUBSCRIPTION & REPAYMENTS MADE DURING THE YEAR 36000
LESS:  ADVANCES & WITHDRAWALS MADE DURING THE YEAR -15000
CLOSING BALANCE AS ON 31 MARCH 47061

 

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Posted by Hrformats - May 1, 2012 at 11:38 AM

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G.P.F Interest and closing balance calculation sheet

I Have Attached G.P.F Interest and closing balance calculation sheet

A/C No. : 9335 Year 2001-02
Month Fund deduction Other Total Withdrawals
April 2555 2555 Rate Of Interest
May 2555 2555
June 2555 2555
July 2555 2555 9.5
August 2555 2555
September 2555 2555 Monthly Sub.
October 2555 2555 2555
November 2555 2555
December 2555 2555
January 2555 2555
February 2555 1212 3767
March 2555 795 3350
30660 2007 32667 0
Opening Balance 16472
Deposit 32667
Withdrawals 0
Interest 3168
Closing Balance 52307

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Posted by Hrformats - January 6, 2012 at 9:43 AM

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Conflicts of Interest Policy

Conflicts of interest policy

1. General policy

Employees have an obligation to conduct business within guidelines that prohibit actual or potential conflicts of interest. The purpose of these guidelines is to provide general direction so that employees can seek further clarification on issues related to the subject of acceptable standards of operation.
In order to avoid conflict, the company will not employ relatives of current employees if a problem could result from doing so. Please note that a relative, for this purpose, is defined as any legally recognized relationship recognized by the two parties.

In addition, other relationships between individuals that may also cause a problem will be considered carefully before a new client is hired. The Department or Branch Manager and Human Resources will jointly consent to whether or not a conflict of interest may arise due to a certain relationship.

Transactions with outside firms must be conducted within a framework established and controlled by the executive level of company. Business dealings with outside companies should not result in unusual gains for those firms. Unusual gain refers to bribes, product bonuses, special fringe benefits, unusual price breaks, and other windfalls designed to ultimately benefit the employer, the employee, or both. Promotional plans that could be interpreted to involve unusual gain require specific executive-level approval.

An actual or potential conflict of interest occurs when an employee is in a position to influence a decision that may result in a personal gain for that employee or for a relative because of company business dealings. For the purposes of this policy, a relative is any person who is related by blood or marriage, or whose relationship with the employee is similar to that of persons who are related by blood or marriage.

No “presumption of guilt” is created by the mere existence of a relationship with outside firms. However, if employees have any influence on transactions involving purchases, contracts, or leases, it is imperative that they disclose to an officer of company as soon as possible the existence of any actual or potential conflict of interest so that safeguards can be established to protect all parties.
Transaction with outside firm must be conducted with in the framework established and controlled by director level. Business dealings with outside firms should not result in unusual gains for those firms. Unusual gain refers to bribes; product bonuses, special fringe benefits, unusual price breaks, and other windfalls design ultimately benefit the employer, the employee, or both. Promotional plans that could be interpreted to involve unusual gain require specific director level approval.

An actual or potential conflict of interest occurs when an employee is in a position to influence a decision that may result in a personal gain for that employee or far of relative because of company business dealings. For the purpose of this policy, a relative is any person whose relationship with the employee is similar to that of persons who are related by blood or marriage.

No “presumption of guilt” is created by the mere existence of a relationship with outside firms. However, if employees have any influence or transactions involving purchases, contracts, or leases, it is imperative that they disclose to the director as soon as possible the existence of any actual or potential conflict of interest so that safeguards can be established to protect all parties.

2. What should do to conduct policy

• Request management approval of outside activities, financial interests or relationships that may pose a real or potential conflict of interest. Remember that management approval is subject to ongoing review, so you need to periodically update your management on your involvement.
• Avoid personal relationships with other company employees where parties in the relationship may receive or give unfair advantage or preferential treatment because of the relationship.
• Avoid actions or relationships that might conflict or appear to conflict with your job responsibilities or the interests of company.
• Even the appearance of a conflict of interest can damage an important company interest.
• Obtain necessary approvals before accepting any position as an officer or director of an outside business concern.
• Contact the director of Community Affairs or your human resources manager (in other countries) and notify your management prior to serving on the board of directors of a bona fide charitable, educational or other nonprofit organization.

3. What should avoid to conduct this policy

• Using nonpublic company information for your personal gain or advantage, or for the gain or advantage of another, including the purchase or sale of securities in a business company is interested in acquiring, selling or otherwise establishing or terminating business relations with.
• Investing in an outside business opportunity in which company has an interest, except for having an insignificant stock interest in publicly-held companies.
• Receiving personal discounts or other benefits from suppliers, service providers or customers that are not available to all company employees.
• Receiving personal honoraria for services you perform that are closely related to your work at company. Your supervisor should approve occasional honoraria, such as for a university presentation or symposium.
• Working with a business outside your company responsibilities that is in competition with any company business.
• Accepting a gift that does not meet the standards in the company.
• Having a direct or indirect financial interest in or a financial relationship with a company competitor, supplier or customer (except for insignificant stock interests in publicly-held companies).
• Taking part in any company business decision involving a company that employs your spouse or family member.
• Having a second job where your other employer is a direct or indirect competitor, distributor, suppler or customer of company.
• Having a second job or consulting relationship that affects your ability to satisfactorily perform your company assignments.
• Having romantic relationships with certain other employees where:
There is an immediate reporting relationship between the employees.
There is no direct reporting relationship between the employees but where a romantic relationship could cause others to lose confidence in the judgment or objectivity of either employee, or the relationship could cause embarrassment to the company.

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Posted by Hrformats - July 11, 2011 at 6:48 AM

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Employee G.P.F Interest and Closing Balance Calculation

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Posted by Hrformats - May 27, 2011 at 11:48 AM

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NSC Certificate for Tax Benefit

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Posted by Hrformats - May 24, 2011 at 6:00 AM

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