Get Your Fill-in-the-Blank Completely Customizable Team Onboarding Template + 10 Letters to Help You Communicate with Your Team!

Do you know how to welcome a new assistant to your team, and share important guidelines with them?

Do know what to say to an assistant who frequently misses deadlines?

Do you know how to handle and refuse a team member’s letter about their prices going up?

If not, you’ll LOVE the kit of 10 Letters + Onboarding Template that I’ve put together for you.

Just edit all the letters and template with your own info, save, and send!

Here are the 10 Letters You’ll Get:

Virtual Assistant Termination Letter

Send this letter to your assistant if things are not working out and you need to let her go.

Response to a Virtual Assistant Quitting Letter

Send this letter to your assistant if she informs you that she is quitting as your assistant.

Frequently Missed Deadlines Letter

Send this letter to your assistant or team member if deadlines are being frequently missed.

Cut in Hours/Fewer Responsibilities Letter

Send this letter to your assistant or team member if you need to cut back the number of hours that they are working for you.

Inattention to Detail/Frequent Mistakes Letter

Send this letter to your assistant or team member if they keep making mistakes, or if they are not paying attention to details.

Rate Increase Refusal Letter

Send this letter if an assistant or team member tells you that their rates are increasing, but you don’t not want to pay more.

Respecting Boundaries Letter

Send this letter if an assistant or team member is overstepping boundaries regarding communication and work hours.

Additional Responsibilities/More Hours Letter

Send this letter to an assistant or team member if you would like to ask them to take on more responsibility and increase their work hours.

Prepaid Project Refund Request Letter

Send this letter to an assistant or team member if you would like to request a refund for prepaid hours.

Constructive Criticism Letter

Send this letter to an assistant or team member if you need to offer them constructive criticism on their work.

PLUS, You Also Get the Team Onboarding Template:

The team onboarding template is completely customizable. Simply edit it with your information and business logo, turn it into a PDF, and send it to your brand new team member.

Welcome to the Team Letter

Send this letter to your new team member to welcome them to team. Along with a nice welcome, this letter covers 7 areas of important information, such as: payment, project management, shared files, password security, vacations and time off, birthdays, and team meetings.

Company Directory

Fill in this section so that your new team member will know who else is on the team, and what their responsibilities are.

Company Branding & Style Guide

This is important information that your new team member will need to know so that all of your branding stays consistent – whether posts are being added to your blog, or graphics are being created.

Announce a New Team Member Letter

Send this letter to your current assistant or team members letting them know about your new hire, and any details they need to know.

Policies & Expecations

This area of the template includes a few policies and expectations that your new team member will need to know, and you can easily add in your own.

Team Member Information Form

This form collects important information from your new team member so that you can have it on file. But it also has a few fun questions too, so that it makes it easy for you to send them a birthday or thank you gift.

All you have to do is go through each section, add/edit your information!

Here’s an Example of the Items You’ll Get:

10 Team Letters/Emails

Team Onboarding Template

Download the Team Letters + Onboarding Template for Only $47!

*Due to the nature of this product, your purchase is non-refundable!

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