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In IT companies what letters are issued when an employee is retained at a lower salary?
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Vmlakshminarayanan
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Raghunath_bv
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vmlakshminarayanan
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Hi,

https://www.citehr.com/643307-issue-letter-employee-who-has-been-retained.html

You can use same for multiple questions or can edit your question in the same thread.

During selection process normally offer letter followed by Appointment letter will be issues to new joinees.

What letters you are referring to ?

From India, Madras
raghunath_bv
149

Hi,

In IT companies (and generally in many industries), when an employee's salary is reduced but they are still retained within the company, a new employment contract or an amendment to the existing contract may be issued. This document will outline the new terms and conditions, including the reduced salary.

The document typically doesn't have a specific label like "Letter A" or "Letter B". Instead, it might be referred to as:

Amendment to Employment Contract: This is a legal document that modifies specific terms and conditions of an existing employment agreement.

Revised Offer Letter: In cases where the reduction in salary is significant, the company might issue a new offer letter reflecting the updated terms.

Change in Terms of Employment Letter: This is a letter that communicates changes in an employee's terms of employment, including salary adjustments , the exact terminology and process can vary from company to company, and may be influenced by local labour laws and company policies. Always consult with HR or legal personnel for specific guidance in your situation.

Regards,

From India, Bangalore
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