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NoDue Certificate from Employer Format Required

meet_gagandeep Started The Discussion:

Dear All, I need a format of No Due Certificate from present employer.... Can anybody help me in getting one...??? Thanks in Advance... Gagandeep

sohini basu roy - Member Since: Jan 2008
attached are few cetificate formats.....hope will solve the problem


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File Type: doc NO DUE CERTIFICATE.doc (24.0 KB, 4589 views)
File Type: doc No_Dues_Certificate[1].doc (31.0 KB, 3408 views)
File Type: doc full n final settlement.doc (28.5 KB, 11178 views)
meet_gagandeep - Member Since: Sep 2007
Dear Sohini,

Thanks for the prompt reply.. But what I need is the No dues certificate from Employer given to Employee stating that there are no dues with the company till now while the employee is still working in the organization.

Regards,
Gagandeep

sohini basu roy - Member Since: Jan 2008
yup...ok..... so you can make the necessary changes in the format i provided you and use it..i hope you understand wat i meant to say..... jst try it out.....

mmadhu29 - Member Since: Jul 2009
Hi , If you have made the format of No dues from employer, could you post the same ..Its really helps me a lot. thanks

madhu.upadhya - Member Since: Dec 2009
Dear All,

Its pleasure to introduce my self as Madhavi Upadhyay a HR Professional to one & all ... May the template attached would give more clarity ,,, jst sharing ... have a look at it .... Gud day....... :) take care.....


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File Type: xls NO DUE CERTIFICATE.....xls (38.0 KB, 1408 views)
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