Difference Between Experience Letter And Service Certificate - CiteHR
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Experience letter is to be given on completion of term of employment with firm, hence it should be given on reliving of employment or thereafter
Service Letter can be given to employee on special request in confirmation of employment with organisation to which associated.
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Mohammed Azeez Beary

Dear Pranathi,
I would like to brief you that both totally different letters.
Experience letter is related to when particular individual is not working the any particular organization. & Service letter is related to when person is already working in particular organization. He/she wants that for some specail purpose like House Rent, Loan etc.
Rgds

Hi,
The service certificate is a confirmation from the employer about the continuation of employment of the employee in that particular organization. Whenever the employee needs any loan / applying for higher education etc., the employee will submit a written application to the employer and basing on the application the employer or his representative will issue the service certificate.
The experience certificate is the letter after submission of the resignation by the employee / completes the notice period & required formalities like handing over , no-due certificate , Exit interview formalities then after relieving an experience certificate is being provided by the employer.
The service certificate is issued during the course of employment wiht the organization & experience certificate is provided after closure of the employment ie., on termination of the employee / employer relationship.
Regards - kamesh

Hi
Experience letter is given to the employee who has quit the organisation, the letter would state the start date end date and desigantion, compensation details and etc. Service letter is given to the employee while he is working with the orgnasiation , a proof that he needs to show to whom so ever concern, it could be fore personal/ offical like PCC , Bank Loan, Dependent visa etc.

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Agree Mr. Nagaprasad i.e. experience letter can be better testimonial than service certificate because exp letter is given by employer without any request.
Service certificate captures only duration and post held. Experience letter along with these details capture briefly nature of work done by the individual
Can anybody add a example of service letter. I need one urgently. Shikha
Hi Dear,
Experience Letter is given while the employee is suppose to take the discharge of all his duty from the organization and he is free from responsibilities.
Service Certificate is a document required for Loans, for a Proof etc, than the employee can requestto his HR department for providing the same.
Ther than both the letters having more or less same contents.
Hope this will helo you.
Ranjana

If an employee is serving his notice period and if he is asking for a service certificate, is it advisable to issue the same?

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