Employment Letters

An employment letter is a written document signed between the employer and the employee which states clearly the terms and conditions of the employment. An employment letter also mentions the duties and responsibilities which are expected from the employee during the course or period of employment. It is generally printed on the letter head of the company.

There can be various employment letters. The following are a few types:

  • Teaching employment letter
  • Nursing employment letter
  • Job employment letter

Etc…

The following points can be taken care of while writing an employment letter:

  • Use the company’s letterhead and use a business format with formal language to frame these types of letters.
  • Mention the subject clearly and precisely. For example, Subject: Letter of employment for the junior business development manager.
  • The body must consist of the job profile and the effective date of employment.
  • The letter must also consist of all the duties and responsibilities that are expected from the employee. For example: Your responsibilities will include-Quarterly reporting, financial reporting and others.
  • The reasons which can result in termination should be stated clearly to avoid any further confusion
  • The ending of the letter should consist of your contact details for further requirement of information.

Employment Rejection Letter

Employment Offer Letter

Termination of Employment Letter

Employment Referral Letter

Employment Application Letter

Employment reference letter

Employment Certification Letter

Proof of Employment Letter

Self Employment Letter

Employment Release Letter

Employment Transfer Letter

Employment Acceptance Letter

Employment Appeal Letter

Employment Approval Letter

Employment Verification Letter

Employment Follow Up Letter

Employer Interview Letter

Company Employee Retirement Letter

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