Appointment Letter

APPOINTMENT LETTER

 

An Appointment Letter is a formal document where an employer authorizes a person to work in their institution. When an offer made by the employer is accepted by the person, this letter will be served to the person by appointing him in a job post. The letter of appointment is usually served to the employee on the first day of the job listing all the terms and conditions.

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WHO CAN SEND AN LETTER OF APPOINTMENT?

A Human Resource Manager of the enterprise or the director or manager can send the letter of appointment informing their will to appoint the person as an employee of their enterprise. And every detail of work must be elaborated to the employee without leaving any doubts.

CONTENTS REQUIRED IN LETTER OF APPOINTMENT

The following details are required in a letter of appointment:

  1. Name of the employer and the employee.
  2. Designation offered.
  3. Location of an enterprise.
  4. Place of posting.
  5. Starting time.
  6. Nature of work.
  7. Terms and conditions.
  8. Basic salary.
  9. Probation time (if any).
  10. Training is given (if any).
  11. Signature of an employer.
  12. Signature of an employee.

 

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MODES OF SENDING LETTER OF APPOINTMENT

  1. REGISTERED POST.
  2. IN HAND.
  3. ELECTRONIC FORM.

The Appointment Letter sends in hand and electronic form will be considered accepted when the receiver sends back acknowledgment.