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Good News Letter

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Letter: Good News

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Parametrics, Inc.
350 South Street Pittsburgh, PA 15213-1821 15 January 2000 Terry Miller 238 Chestnut Street, #3B Butler, PA 16001-0238 Dear Ms. Miller: It gives me great pleasure to confirm our verbal offer and your acceptance to join Parametrics, Inc., as a technical documentation specialist in the engineering division. Your compensation will include your monthly salary of $XXXX (which is equivalent to $XXXXX annually) plus the benefits outlined in the enclosed summary. After three months of probation, you will be eligible to receive fourteen days vacation during 2000. According to the terms of our current policy, your performance and salary will be reviewed in 2001. Our regular working hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. On your first day, please report directly to the Human Resources Department at 9:00 a.m. to be entered onto payroll, arrange orientation, and initiate the administrative procedures. As part of these procedures, and as a matter of compliance with federal law, we require you to bring proof of your eligibility to work at that time. Please refer to the enclosed pink sheet for specifics regarding which credentials to bring. If you have any questions, please give me a call. We believe that you will make a significant contribution to Parametrics, and at the same time will realize the professional growth you seek. As soon as possible, please acknowledge your acceptance of this job offer by signing the enclosed copy of this letter and returning it to me. We very much look forward to your joining the company on February 1. Best regards, Accepted by:

Date Internal address

Salutation Presents good news first Describes contractual details

Provides instructions

Expresses confidence in employee Requests response

Closing Signature

Ross Wagner
Ross Wagner Senior Employee Relations Representative Enclosures cc: Human Resources Files