Hr, Recruitment, T&d And Motivation
Manager- Hr & Admin
Asst. General Manager - Hr
13th September 2011 From India, Lucknow
- When you say employee is terminated, it means you have issued Termination Letter, mentioning reason for termination. In such case there is no need to issue separate relieving letter. Termination Letter itself will say that, your services are terminated and you are relieved on so and so date.
- In case you do not wish to issue termination letter and spoil future of employee then take him into confidence, obtain resignation from him and issue formal relieving letter.
14th September 2011 From India, Pune
Have you done all full and final settlement of such employee?
What is the basis of termination? If it involves issue like theft and the legal matter is going in the court of law, you should not till the verdict come.
If you have internally settled it or if you have terminated him/ her on the basis of performance, you should release both relieving and experience certificate. Experience certificate you can give immediately but give relieving letter only after full and final settlement done.
14th September 2011 From India, Mumbai
14th September 2011 From India, Lucknow
- I beg to differ with you. I feel you are confusing Relieving Letter with Service Certificate.
- Relieving Letter only says that, your resignation dated so and so is accepted and you are/will be relieved from the services from so and so date.
- Service Certificate generally mentions Name, Date of Joining, Last Held Designation, Date of Relieving, Last Drawn Salary, Reason for Leaving etc.
- Some organizations issue above two documents separately and some organization issue one document which is combination of both.
15th September 2011 From India, Pune
The concerned employee on his part should not accept relieving order even if given;else it will amount to his/her acceptance of the termination.
28th September 2011 From India, Madras