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Is It Mandatory To Share Both Offer Letter And Appointment Letter With Employees?


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When you start working in a proper organization, you are issued an offer letter or an appointment letter. Right! Before discussing their compulsory issuance, let us have a clear vision about the Appointment letter and Offer letter.

Appointment letter

A letter that is issued to any employee as a proof that he/she is working for a particular organization or company is called Appointment letter. The letter contains details about your working hours, salary. An employee can raise his/her voice anytime for the rights and benefits as the employee of the company. Do not forget to handover the appointment letter once you sign it.

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Is the issuance of an appointment letter compulsory?

If you are an employee for a long time, you may say that it is not at all compulsory to issue any appointment letter. It is true as per your experience. But the answer in case you ask any current time employee or fresher. Because, laws under the establishment acts have mentioned the issuance of appointment letters as compulsory.

Offer letter

An offer letter is a letter that lists the duties and rights of an employee as per the employees' act. It is wrong to say that you have got employment if the company offer letter is sent from the employer. Because the offer letter does not mention the commencement date of your job. An offer letter is issued only after proper search of the employees' background.

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Is it mandatory for the employer to issue an offer letter to the employee?

Well, there is no law that legally binds an employer to issue an offer letter to the employee. But yes, an improper offer letter may affect the employer negatively.



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