Writing a new-employee press release can build buzz about your business, get information to the public and advertise change and progress for your company. Write a press release to announce and advertise a new employee with advice from a writing specialist in this free video on technical writing.
Hi, this is Laura Turner and today I'm going to talk with you about how to write a new employee press release. So you're a CEO of a big company, and you've just hired somebody new for your company who's going to do a lot of great things for it and you'd like everyone to know about it. So, first of all what you're going to do is you're going to write "For Immediate Release" at the very top of your press release and you're going to date it and you're going to give the contact information for your company and the release date. Make a headline with the new employee's name and the position to which they will be overtaking and then make a paragraph detailing the experience in this person and why he or she is good for the company and really make sure that you proof read this press release because it's going to be sent out and it's going to be published who knows where. And it's going to be thee way that you're going to get this information out to the public. And, you know, really let people know that you're under new management if you're a manager of a restaurant or something like that or you've got somebody big coming in a multi-national company that everybody needs to know about. So, that's how you write, in a nut shell, a press release for a new employee.