Hi all,
I have recently joined a company as a fresher for the quality control engineer post, the company's director said me to join immediately and after joining he will give my appointment letter. But it's been one week he hasn't provided me with that, when I discussed with my seniors in this company they told me the director doesn't provide any appointment letter nor payslip just a cheque is a proof for them as a experience. So as a fresher I can't take risk of leaving job because at present I don't have any other offer , so plz help me with this situation, should I continue to work for 6 months and gain experience or will not having appointment letter and payslip may hamper my experience in future?
Nishad shetty
15th July 2017 From India, Dombivali

Hr Consulting
Quality Control Engineer

If you are getting enough / opportunity of learning then be in that organization only till you be any better professional organization.
15th July 2017 From India, Pune
Appointment letter and payslip are important documents. When you apply for other jobs after 1 or 2 years, prospective employer will ask documents to prove your experience. Some may trust while rest may ask for documents. Hence it is better to have documents. Even if you don't have the payslip, ask for the offer letter atleast. Its been just a week, sometimes it takes about 15 days due to other procedures. Speak to the director once more
21st July 2017 From India, Madras
my cheque with my company name will not prove my experience @HR4NATION
21st July 2017 From India, Dombivali
@Nishad Shetty

Company can pay by cash or cheque , nothing wrong. But without offer letter or payslip, it will be difficult to prove employment. Direct credit will hold value as bank statement would have 'Salary from xyz'.

Were you an employee / contractor / consultant? Cheque cannot give answer to this

Assume, I supplied you furniture worth 3 lakh and you paid in 12 equal installments, my bank statement will have 25,000 every month from you. Can I claim that I was employed?

Some employers trust people on face value, but most employers don't. So either offer letter or a payslip is very important.

But don't quit this job in a hurry. Allow sometime for them to issue the offer letter.
21st July 2017 From India, Madras
I will surely look after that. Thank you for the information @hr4nation
21st July 2017 From India, Dombivali
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