Megha Kogilgeri
Dear All,
One of our employee has resigned from the job. Due to some reasons, there is a delay in relieving this employee. And thus the resigned employee is asking for a letter stating that his notice period has been extended and will be relieved on the further dates, which will be submitted by him to the company he is joining. Kindly help me to prepare a letter for the same.

From India, Bangalore
Dinesh Divekar
7855

Dear Megha,
I recommend you writing the draft of the letter and uploading it here. Some senior person like me will correct. I say this because you know the facts of the case and secondly, if you try then it will improve your drafting skills as well.
Ok...
DVD

From India, Bangalore
srinivasgs
2

Hi, Please find attached a format for Notice Period Extension Letter. If somebody can provide their feedback on this it would be very helpful. Regards, Srinivas
From India, Bangalore
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Anonymous
If an employee served his 2 months notice period successfully on behalf of company HR wants to give him appreciation letter for successfully notice period served.
Any letter we have regarding this
Please share

From India, Nagpur
Anonymous
Hii all.. one of our employee resigned form his job and want relieving letter, I have to send a notice to serve his notice period before resign. Please help
From India, undefined
Lallalji
2

I have to already given a month notice to employees now i wand extend one month more kindly suggest a draft email.
From India, undefined
panchsen
49

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Dated >>>>

Dear Mr X,

WE refer to your resignation letter dated and ..........and you will be relieved off your services with effect from close of working hours on ..........on completion of two months notice period.

we are pleased to place on record of your sincere efforts so meticulously put to accomplish the project entrusted to you well ahead of time schedule , during your notice period of two months,thereby demonstrate your sense of commitment , bounden responsibility and loyalty .

We will very much miss you and should an occasion arise, it will be our sincere endeavor to welcome you back in our organisation for mutual advantages



We wish you all the best in your future endeavors and many more laurels

Yours truly,

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HR

For ABC info-tech Ltd

From India, Chennai
Aks17
116

Hi
As rightly pointed by one of our senior personnel, one has to draft a letter and let the members comment on the same with or without corrections. One should not expect this forum to be a ready reckoner of sorts but a site helping one another in the field of HR with guidance extended by many distinguished guests who take time to spare and put their thoughts/advice into the subject.
Whoever is bringing up the issue has to put in some efforts from his/her and take the initiative before seeking assistance.
Thanks and Regards

From India, Hyderabad
AMIT B. VARADORIYA
Dear All, Please give me simple and short resignation letter.
From India, Jalalpur
vmlakshminarayanan
919

Hi,

There is no pre defined template for this. Resignation letter is nothing but an official written communication from the employee about his /her unwillingness / inability to continue employment with the employer and request for relief along with settlement.

It is not that you will score less marks or penalized for grammatical mistakes in the resignation letter. So just express your thoughts in simple words and submit the resignation letter with your employer.

It is as simple as the way you have coined the question for this forum.

From India, Madras
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