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Salary increase notification letter template

Use this letter to confirm that their salary has increased, and remind them of their obligations to not share the information with other employees.


£1.95

Salary increase notification

[Sender name]

[Sender address]

[date]

[Recipient name]

[Recipient address]

Dear [Recipient first name],

Notice Of Salary Increase

It is with pleasure that I write to let you know of our decision to increase your salary. The increase is £[amount] per [annum | month | week].

This increase is only partly in recognition of the increase in the cost of living since your last rise. It is also made in reward for your loyal and conscientious work, and to let you know that your efforts have been recognised. The increase will take effect from the beginning of this month.

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Last update

31 March 2021

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