Relieving Letter & Employment Certificate - CiteHR
Head - Human Resource Develpoment
Labour Laws, H R Management
Jain Vikas
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Dear All, Is the exiting employee who have served short notice legally entitle for Relieving Letter & Employment Certificate? Thx
HR should irrespective of the short notice, complete the necesary formalities of issuing the reliving letter. To be on safer side, Even if the employee does not ask, make it, sign it, and file it in the employees file. ambika.
Thx for the advise.But is there any statutory provisions for relieving letter and experience certificate?
Dear Tapas Under the current Labour Laws there is no such express provision as you are asking for. But one can always file a civil suit against the company and get the experience certificate along with some damages too. The choice is our : whether we want to practice fair personnel policies and be seen as fair employers and thus building up a brand images for the company or not. Regards Mohan.
Dear Member, It is moral duty of the company to give Exp & Releiving letter to its out going empolyees and employee should ask for the same before he leave the company. Vikas Jain
what if the exiting employee is breaking a bond? will he still be given the relieving letter and an employment certificate?? Please reply. its kind of very urgent
Yes a company an give a relieving letter and a certificate to the employee who did not serve the bond period after his/her completion of no dues formailities
does that mean the exiting employee has to pay the bond money if he/she has to get an employment cerificate and relieving letter?? no dues wd actually mean that
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