Employee Bonus Letter, Sample & Format

An Employee Bonus letter is given to a company employee to inform him of the bonus that is credited to him. A bonus is not always contractual in a company and as such, proves to be a blessing or added incentive to the employee. It could be given once a year or anytime during the year if the company outperforms its sales KPI (key performance index).

From:

Company Secretary

T.G. Corporation

January 25, 2011

To:

Eileen R. Bell

Customer Service
T.G. Corporation

Ms. Bell

RE: Bonus for 2010

It is my pleasure to inform you that T.G. Corporation has fared beyond its 2010 targeted KPIs in all its divisions. The management of T.G. Corporation is extremely delighted to note the hard work of all its employees to bring about this excellent performance for the past year.

It is my privilege to inform you that you have been awarded a bonus of 3 months of your monthly salary. The computed amount shall be credited into your bank account on January 28, 2011, after tax and pension deductions as required by the state law.

On behalf of T.G. Corporation, I salute you on your fine contribution to the company’s success for the year 2010. The management looks forward to a similar stellar performance from you for this year.

Respectfully yours,

J. C. Flint

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