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Relieving Certificate Format - Working Hours

Himeshgoda Started The Discussion:

I am in urgent need of format of Relieving Certificate

rahul wagh - Contributing Member
Dear Himesh,

Please see attached file.

Rahul




Ref.: Date: 23 November 2007

To,
Name of employee
Employee Code : _____


Subject: Relieving letter.


Dear ________,


This is to acknowledge the receipt of your resignation letter dated December 20, 2007.

While accepting the same, we thank you very much for the close association you had with us during the tenure from _____________ to _____________.

You have been relieved from your service with effect from the closing working hours of ________________.

We wish you all the best in your future career.



Yours Sincerely,

For Name of company,



Authorised Signatory

Amitmhrm - Contributing Member
Hi Himesh,

Find below one of the sample format of Relieving letter.. hope it would help you to draft the same at your end..


Date

Employee’s Address

Dear Sir/Madam,


Relieving Order

This has reference to your resignation letter dated ___________ . This is to inform you that your resignation has been accepted and you are relieved from the services of Name of the Company on the close of working hours on Date.

You are requested to deposit the company Id and any other company property entrusted to you during your employment with us.

We wish you all success in your future endeavors.



Best Wishes,
For Company Name.,


Name
Designation


Regards,

Amit Seth.

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