Requesting ex employer for experience certificate - final settlement
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hi all, can i have the proper words to be used for requesting my exoffice people to issue me an experience certificate cum relieving letter thanks anoo

Steney Idicala -  Member Since: Mar 2007
Dear Anu

There may not be any standard format for the same, but assuming that reciept of your experience-cum-relieving letter has been delayed, you could use the following. "Dear Mr. <Sirname>, I had been employed with <Organization Name> in the <Department Name> department as <Your last designation> since <Date of Joining> till my resignation on <Your Resignation letter date>. I was relieved from my duties by my <Reportinga Manager's Name> on <Last working date> post my resignation & successful completion of full & final settlement procedures/handover of my responsibilities . However, till date I have not received my experience certificate or my relieving letter. May
I request that the same be made available to me at the earliest. Thank you & with regards, Your name"

Hope this helps!

Regards

Steney

Hari Om Aggarwal -  Member Since: Mar 2010
presently i m working some where. next month i m going to leave my job due to my family work. I need an experience certificate, but i don't know how to furnished the request letter for experience certificate. Pls. help me




 
 
 
 





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