Sanjeev.Himachali
Hr & Od Consultant
Sapana
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AS
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Randi
Hr Manager
Sukhi
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Guptaadi
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Availgopi
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can u tell me exact difference between Relieving letter and Experience Certificate.
Which is perferable ?.
Suppose i offered a job in some other company which letter should i show to them.
Thanks & Regards
12th January 2007 From India, Hyderabad
Hi
The difference is really that the relieving letter only states formally that you have been relieved. I use it in my company to make sure that a new employee has resigned from his previous company and he is not trying to do two jobs at the same time (or he could just have taken a holiday to try out another company)
The experience letter is a letter that states what kind of experience you have, wether the company have been happy about you etc.
Of cause there can be differences from company to company - country to country but these I would say are the differences (the big picture)
Kind regards,
Randi
12th January 2007 From India, Delhi
Hi
This is an example of an experience letter. Of cause you then write something more specific for the person that you are relieving - like he/she work on this and this project, this and this technology etc.
Kind regards,
Randi
12th January 2007 From India, Delhi

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HI
Fowarding you a sample experience letter/certificate , t his format is used in our co.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
This is to certify that Mr. XYZ was employed with us at Mumbai with effect from 01st Januaryr, 2007.
His role prior to his resignation from our service on 30th january 2007 was Executive
Hope it is useful for you.
Thanks
AS
12th January 2007 From India, Mumbai
Hi Randi, Your experience letter format has been important for me, also could you you give me some formatd for relieving letter as well. Thanks Sapana
12th January 2007 From India, Pune
Hi,
Format of relieving letter
TO WHOM - SO - EVER IT MAY CONCERN
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT MR. ..................... HAS WORKED WITH US AS................................. FROM ....................... TO ......................... .
SUBSEQUENT TO HIS RESIGNATION DT................... , HE HAS BEEN RELEIVED FROM HIS DUTIES W.E.F...............
(AUTHORIZED SIGNATORY)
Thanks
Aditya[/b]
12th January 2007 From India, Delhi
Hi Sapana Glad that you could use the experience template and sorry for this late reply but I have attached a template for a relieving letter. Kind regards, Randi
15th January 2007 From India, Delhi

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Sorry - I dont have. But I believe you can find some surveys that have been published in the Indian media like Kelly Service 2006 Salary Guide Kind regards, Randi
17th January 2007 From India, Delhi
Dear,
Reliving letter has a legal application.In reliving letter it is mentioned that the cncerned employee has handed over the charge of the documents,drawings,files,keys and all other belongings which he/she has in possesion during the tenure of his service.Reliving letter moniterise that the employee has handed over the charge whereas Experience certificate moniterise the contents such as Date of Joining,Date of Resignition,Date of Reliving,Designition at the time of joining & at the time of reliving & the conduct.
Nice question asked by you.
S.R.Kulkarni
17th January 2007 From India, Pune
Relieving letter suggests that you have handed over all the documents and items of the organization. There is nothing that you owe to the organization. It talks about detachment between employer and employee. It also suggests that the employer or employee have agreed to scrap their relation.
On the other hand experience letter talks about duration of your stay in the company and your last designation.
These days, when you move from one company to another they ask for Relieving Letter or Resignation Acceptance Letter to be ensured that you have actually left the organization. In good olden days…people use to take leave from their current employer…go and work with prospective employer…learn about the culture and environment and then suddenly disappear.
So, asking for relieving letter is just to trash such practice in the corporate world.
I hope this will help.
Regards
Sanjeev Sharma
(BLOG: http://sanjeevhimachali.blogspot.com/)
18th January 2007 From India, Mumbai
hi,
for writing Relieving Letter, do i have to mention RELIEVING LETTER in Heading or WHOMSOEVER IT MAY CONSERN.
Can anyone please tell me what would be the Heading for Relieving Letter
Thanks & Regards
24th January 2007 From India, Hyderabad
The relieving letter should be addressed to the employee, where as the experience letter is for Whom It May concern. Sukhi :icon1:
9th March 2007 From India, Delhi
Hi Randi,
Can you just let me know that, now i am working in one company, if i quit the Job here. what are things that other company will ask for (such as experience letter or service letter, reliving letter)
Kindly send me the format for the same.
thanks in advance
17th August 2012 From India, Bangalore
Hi Sukhi,
I APPRECIATE THE EASE WITH WHICH YOU DIFFERENTIATED THE BOTH.
Can you tell me is it necessary to write down the address of the concerned employee on the relieving letter format?
if you can be generous enough you can provide me with a format where the address of an employee is mentioned.
piyush242001(at)live(dot)com
30th August 2012 From India, Bhubaneswar
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