Format of work experience letter

Format of work experience letter

  1. What is a work experience letter?
  2. Things to verify in a work experience letter
  3. Sample work experience letter
  4. Criteria for getting a work experience letter

One of the most important and useful documents in your job career is always working experience.  

However, the document which shows your job career is a work experience letter.

Imagine that you have been working for many years in an organization and still not able to prove your employment. The document which testifies your job in an organization is a work experience letter. 

In this blog post, we shall explain to you some crucial aspects of the work experience letter. 

  1. What is a work experience letter?

As the name suggests a work experience letter is an official document that is provided by the employer to an employee after exiting from an organization. A work experience letter is a document that shows that the employee was the part of the organization and mentions his/her position and conduct during the period. 

A work experience letter is a document that shows the name, date of joining, and leaving.

The letter is duly signed & signed by the signatory authority on the company letterhead.

An employee can ask the employer to mention a few words about the achievements done by the employee during their tenure of work. 

 

2.Things to verify in a work experience letter

Check joining and leaving dates.

After you have received the work experience certificate to your hand, make sure that joining and leaving dates are mentioned clearly. 

Check if the date of joining and date of leaving is correctly mentioned. 

Check if your tenure is mentioned clearly.

Mention your name, your job title & location

Check details such as your name, job title, location, and your company name. 

Positive feedback on your employment in the organization.

What is the point of having an experience letter which makes the matters worse?

An experience letter is a document that shows your job and professional relationship with your employer. 

While you start applying for the jobs, positive feedback mentioned in your experience letter shall add value and increase the chance of being hired by the employer. 

Authorized signatory name, designation & contact details.

At the end of the letter, make sure that the signatory authority has mentioned his/her name, designation & contact details.

This would be useful for future employers to reach out to your previous boss.

At the end of letter, make sure that the signatory authority has clearly mentioned his/her name, designation & contact details, which would be useful for your future employers to reach out to your previous employer.

Reason for leaving

Make sure that the employer has clearly mentioned that you have not been fired nor laid off and that the employee has taken the decision of leaving the organization on his/her own will. 

Experience certificate samples

Date of Issuance: __________

 To Whom It May Concern:

This is to certify that [Name of the employee] was working with [Company name] as [Employee designation] for [Tenure] starting from [Start date] to [End date].

During his/her tenure with [Company name], we found [Employee name] to be honest, hardworking & responsible.

He/she has done an exemplary job while working with us & has always maintained professional relations with the team & colleagues.

The decision of moving on is completely [Employee name] own decision.

We wish him/her all the best for his/her future opportunities.

Sincerely,

 [Signature]

 [Name of signatory]

 [Designation of the signatory]

 [Contact details of the signatory]

Criteria for getting work experience letter

  1. An employee must have completed a certain period within the company.
  2. There is no dispute regarding any liability between the employee & employer.
  3. An employee has handed over all the necessary or sensitive documents related to the company.
  4. There is no breach of contract between an employer & employee.
  5. An employee has served a notice period (as per company policy).
  6. No pending dues are left with an employer & the employee has a proper receipt of the final payment.

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