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Dear All,
I am Vikram, working in a manufacturing firm based at Gujarat. We have a practice here wherein, employees are recruited and put in a third party payroll. To explain, the employee is working at our site and with our employees, but is paid his salary by the contractor / manpower supplier including PF, ESIC, & WC policy cost are borne by the contractor / manpower supplier. The company just pays a fixed sum to the contractor / manpower supplier.
My dilemma is that 2 such recruits have asked for a letter of appointment. The contractor is reluctant to give one to them citing the fact that they may later on claim for permanent employment and company letter head cannot be given. What should I do ? Is it possible in some way to provide these 2 with any such letter ?
Will appreciate your speedy inputs on the same...
12th April 2010 From India, Surat
Hi Vikram,
Now in days every consultants use to issue an appointment letter to flexi staffing employees. In fact I am working as a Staffing manager and my all they employees whom so ever has been outsourced by us are getting all the statutory benefits and such require letters as well.
many companies are out source their entry level staff to third party payroll and reduce their recruitment as well as admin charges. It will help them to control on attrition ration and save the additional cost.
for more details pl feel free to get back to me at
thanks & regards,
rakesh barot
24th August 2015 From India, Pune
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