HI All,
One of our employee is going to leave the organisation within 3 months of his joining.
Kindly advise me whether he should be given any work-ex letter or not. Can he present that letter for his future endeavours, moreso when he joined us as a fresher and now due to some unfortunate circumstances he has to leave.
Also plz give me a format of the work-ex.
Yuyutsa Consulting Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore
India's Largest Paintball Co.!!!!!!
in Bangalore and Pune
26th November 2010 From India, Bangalore

India, Secunderabad
India, Bangalore
Adventure Sports

Hi ,

May I know the reason for his leaving . As per me, it is not necessary to issue the experience letter for 3 months.. He can't join any company with the 3 months of experience . Because of the job hopping, he will get a bad remarks...

(Experience Certificate cum Relieving Letter)

This is to certify that Mr.-------- ,bearing ID ---- worked for us from ---2010 to --- 2010 as a ----- . During this period he/she contributed significantly well in delivering his /her duties.

We found him /her highly result oriented and efficient,maintained good attitude and relationships with internal and external staffs.

We are also releasing him /her from the services as a----from -----on his /her request.

We wishhim /her all success in her future endeavors.

Thanks and Regards,
For company name

Manager :
Date :

If you want to give the experience letter you can use the above one & take print out in your company letter head.


Thanks &Regards,
26th November 2010 From India, Secunderabad

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