Request Letter To Manager For Promotion

If you think that you deserve a promotion or your promotion has been pending since long then writing a formal letter to the Manager seeking promotion is the right thing to do. You must send a professional request letter to the management in order to have a direct communication channel in which you talk about reasons for which you deserve a promotion.

Here is a sample format of promotion request letter to the manager which can use for creating a personalized letter with necessary information.

Sample Request Letter To Manager For Promotion

Adam Smith

22, Richmond Street,

New York 1234

Date: 08th Feb, 2016

Jacob Brown

Human Resource Manager

ABC Corporation Pvt. Ltd.

52 Richmond Street

New York

Sub: Request for seeking promotion.

Dear Mr. Brown,

This is to bring to your notice that from last three years, I have been working on the profile of Sales Executive with the company. For all this duration, I have met my targets and delivered impressive performance which has helped me earn good performance appraisal by my team head. I am writing this letter to request promotion to a higher position in the organization as I believe that for all these years, I have learned well about working which makes me competent to head a team.

I have been a part of the core sales team of the company and have broken prior sales records with my hard work and dedication. All my achievement and contributions have been mentioned in the enclosed resume. A promotion at this point in time will infuse me with immense motivation as it would be your way of acknowledging and considering my inputs.

I am looking for a positive response from your end. Please find my resume attached with the letter along with the list of contributions to different sales projects of which I was a part. I would be honored to discuss my promotion request with you at any time when you are comfortable. You can email me at [email protected] or you can call me at 123-456-789.

Looking forward for your response.

Thanking you.


Adam Smith