Example Of Announcement Memo

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Announcement letters are usually informal and state clearly and concisely what the event/occasion is and what further actions the recipient should take. Announcement letters can be used in many personal and business situations. In personal situations these letters may be used, for instance, to announce a birthday, death, wedding, or graduation. Example 3: Company merger letter. Company Name or Letterhead Address City, State Zip. Addressee Address City, State Zip. Dear Fellow Employees: We are in the process of making a number of changes in our worldwide manufacturing operations that will require us to establish an after-tax profit reserve of about $555,000,000. Like in the new hire announcement letter sample below, some companies will include “fun facts” about the employee, such as hobbies or favorite books, while other new hire announcement letters simply state the new employee’s name, title, and start date.

We are pleased to announce that several corporate departments have been restructured to better position our talented team to meet the operational needs of the company. The changes as outlined below help deliver on Save Mart’s goal of continually providing top-tier service and increased efficiencies across the organization.


Human Resources has realigned key areas of their operation:

What Is Announcement Memo

Human Resources/Employee Engagement will continue to be led by Angela Mills-Dixon, Executive Director of Human Resources and Employee Engagement. Functional areas of responsibilities include Learning & Development, Talent Acquisition, Talent Management, Employee Engagement, and the newly-aligned HR Business Partnerships team. The HR Business Partnerships team plays an important consultative role and is a strategic resource for the supply chain and their assigned banners on all people-related matters. They will provide guidance and focus on employee engagement, our mission/vision/values, and objectives set forth by the company. In order to not conflict with the critical purpose of an HR Business Partner, this team will no longer have a direct role with the issue resolution process (i.e., investigations, discipline, and other related components). The issue resolution process will be managed by the Employee Relations Department. Click here for the organizational chart reflecting the updated structure.

Human Resources will continue to be led by Larry Sanford, Executive Director of Human Resources. Functional areas of responsibilities include Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS), Payroll, Compensation and Benefits, Leaves Administration, Office Services, Employee Relations for Corporate and Support, and the newly-aligned Employee Relations Department for Stores and Supply Chain, led by Hector Salas, Director Employee Relations (Corporate, Stores and Supply Chain). Click here for the organizational chart reflecting the updated structure.

Labor Relations will continue to be led by Christopher Getaz, Executive Director, Labor Relations. Functional areas of responsibilities include Union Contract Negotiations and Interpretation, Union Trust Fund Stewardship, and Labor Relations Strategies and Analytics. Adam Sroufe has accepted the position of Senior Manager, Labor Relations Strategy. Click here for the organizational chart reflecting the updated structure.

Resignation Announcement Memo

Sample announcement memo

Moving into the General Counsel’s Office…

Risk Management and Loss Prevention now report to the General Counsel’s Office. Bringing these two departments together will provide greater synergy between these areas. Led by Michael Quinn, Senior Director of Risk Management & Loss Prevention, this department now includes Environmental Health and Safety, Food Safety and Sanitation, and Loss Prevention. Mike now reports to Cary Mergele, Vice President & General Counsel for Save Mart. Click here for the organizational chart reflecting the updated structure.

Personnel changes have been made in Finance

Dipak Bhakta, will continue to lead Finance as its Executive Director. Corinne Fuhr is now the Controller and Senior Director of Accounting. She leads Accounting, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and Tax and Treasury functions. Bill Jaques is Director of Internal Audit and will lead Internal Audit and Bookkeeping Audit, and Carolyn McDowell is Senior Director of Financial Planning and Analysis, and continues to lead Business Analytics. Click here for the updated organizational chart.

In the Office of the Co-Presidents and FoodMaxx Administration…

Jennifer Stonier is now the Manager of Executive Support for the Office of the Co-Presidents. Jennifer is responsible for managing the work flow of the executive team and provides direct support to Nicole, Greg and Steve. She can be reached at [email protected] or (209) 574-6229. Click here for an organizational chart reflecting the update.

Tammy McCool is the new Executive Administrative Support for FoodMaxx’s Office of the General Manager. Tammy is responsible for providing administrative support to FoodMaxx executive leaders, conducting research and preparing statistical reports, and performing general administrative functions. She can be reached at [email protected] or (209) 548-6533. Click here to see the updated organizational structure.

In Marketing…

Maria Gallegos has left the organization to pursue other interests. Don Bean, Director of Sponsorships & Events; Layla Kasha, Director of Marketing & Advertising; and Kim Musgrave, Director of Customer Engagement, will report directly to Nicole Pesco, Co-President and Chief Strategy and Branding officer, for the time being.