Dear All, This is my first post, so apologies if any rules i have broken while posting the content of the method. Feedback is appreciated if any.
I want to know if there is any labor law that specifies that the Experience and Reliving letter is only given to the full-time employee and not needed for consultant role (an employee and employer relationship based on year-on-year consultancy agreement).


Dear Shiva,

Please clarify the role of the consultant. A few organisations hire external consultants to avail of the benefits of the expertise in the specific field. These consultants are not employees and provisions of the labour laws do not apply to them.

If the company had hired the services of an external consultant, then it must have issued the Purchase Order (PO) to the consultant. If not PO, then some agreement must have been made. Therefore, for a consultant, either PO or legal agreement will suffice the purpose of an experience letter.

Thanks,

Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore

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