Appointment letter | Company Policies, Salary, Benefit

All about an appointment letter

An appointment letter is given by the company to a person who is officially appointed to the company. This letter is usually given to the employee after he or she accepts the offer given by the employer. The appointment letter contains information regarding the position offered by the employer, salary and benefits, company policies and other information that has to be given by the employer.

When does an employer provide an appointment letter?

An appointment letter is usually given to an employee by the HR manager or the company manager. This letter is usually a formal letter that contains details that were not given in the offer letter during the time of employment. This makes the employee understand the roles and responsibilities that need to be carried out daily.

Appointment letters are given to an employee on the day of joining. This date of joining needs to be mentioned on the letterhead. One copy of the signed letter by the employee is retained by the employer; however, the other copy is given to the employee.

How to create an appointment letter?

Appointment letters are printed with the name of the employer on the letterhead and duly signed by the management or the HR manager hiring the candidates. The candidate needs to sign a copy of the appointment letter indicating the acceptance of employment and the policies of the company. After signing the appointed letter the candidate becomes an official member of the organization.

A well crafted Appointment Letter Format must give full disclosure to all employment  clauses and other terms and conditions offered from the employer’s side so that the candidate convey his / her joining date by accepting all  term and conditions.   The followings Points should be covered in an ideal appointment letter format:

  1. Company’s Letterhead with name & address of the organization (employer)
  2. Issuance Date of the Appointment Letter
  3. Full Name and address of the Candidate
  4. Job Title / Position offered
  5. Job Role & responsibilities
  6. Nature of Job
  7. Permanent    b.   Temporary    C.  Contractual
  8. Office timing
  9. Annual & Monthly salary
  10. Perks and Benefits
  11. Employment Terms & Conditions
  12. Brief of various company policies
  13. Reference or attachment of Employee Handbook or HR Manual
  14. Time length of the contract / Appointment ( if any)
  15. Date of joining
  16. Checklist of Documents need to be submitted at the time of  joining
  17. Security requirements
  18. Commitment or declaration
  19. Provision regarding termination

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