One of my team member resigned, we have accepted her resignation, she is in notice period. We wanted to retain her sine she is a performer, after long discussion she is willing to continue working with us. But I need to send this on Email. Kindly help me with the Employee Retention Letter.
From India, Mumbai
Hr & Payroll Consultant At Kredily

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Dear Becki,
There is no need to send an Employee Retention Letter. Just request your employee to withdraw her resignation that was submitted previously.
Note - In case, your employee wants to quit after withdrawing her resignation, she may have to serve her full notice period again
Sairam Bandi

From India, Bengaluru
Hi Sairam, Thank you so much for quick response. Best Regards HR Becki Navi Mumbai Email: Contact No: 7208226662
From India, Mumbai
Shailesh Parikh_HR Pro

Dear HR Becki
The straight way is as suggested by Sairam Bandi.
Do you have any other objective for writing the mail ? Is there any retention bonus you are paying to her or any other terms based on which she has agreed to stay back ?
If yes, in this case you need to frame proper communication with all facts , legalities and safeguarding company's interest as well as employees' interest.
Shailesh Parikh
99 98 97 10 65

From India, Mumbai

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