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Kindly help me for making appointment letter for workers and what is difference between employee and workers appointment letter. Looking forward. Vitthal 9004681118
From India, Mumbai
Hi Vitthal, before getting sample appointment letter it is really important to know the difference between Employee and worker and I respect and appreciate that have raised the same question with your request for Appointment letter

Employee is a person who is hired to provide services to a company on a regular basis in exchange for compensation and who does not provide these services as part of an independent business. But there is not much difference between employee and worker but many things such as Emoluments/Salary & Benefits, Duties & Responsibilities and so on.

Even there is no such difference specified by the Acts as we having "Workman Compensation Act 1923" which applicable to both (Employee & Worker). Also I advise you to go through the section 2(n) of the said Act once where you will get the definition of WORKMAN.

But there is an article which can give you the light on the same, please go through it once Difference in rights between employees, workers and the genuinely self employed

For appointment letter sample you can go to..

Sample Appointment Letter

Sample Letter of Appointment for Employees

Appointment Letter Format

And to get the format/sample appointment letter you can dig into the web/Mr. Google where you can get many websites to get the same.

Sample Appointment Letter

From India, Gurgaon
I need a good salary structure for the following grades. For each grades net take home must be good after considering current income tax laws.
1.Management Level – CTC .Rs.1700000 pa
2. Middle Management Lel – CTC Rs.750000 pa
3. Junior office Support – CTC Rs.500000 pa
Thanks and Regards

From India, Mumbai
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