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Appointment Letter for Job to Employees

An Appointment letter is a letter given by the company to person to officially appoint him in the company as an employee. It comes after the person has accepted the job offer and now he is being appointed as an employee. Such letter is generally provide on the first day of the joining of the employee. It provides information about the position offered, salary along with benefits, various company policies and other information about the employment. The copy of letter has to be signed by the employee and return the same to the employer.

How to use it?

We are giving an Appointment letter format which can be used by the HR (Human resource) Manager of the company to draft an appointment letter for a new employee. Such letter is generally drafted on company’s letter head signed and authorised by the HR manager or the Employer of the company.

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Appointment Letter Format

An appointment letter or employment letter is a formal letter provided in writing to a candidate joining for employment. Appointment letters are usually provided after offer letter on the first day of the candidate starting work. The appointment letter describes in length the position offered, salary, benefits, confidentiality policy, work policy, starting date, and important information about the employment. The candidate usually would receive the appointment letter on the first day after beginning employment and would return a signed copy back to the employer indicating acceptance of the appointment letter.

When Appointment Letter is Provided?

This appointment letter format can be used by a HR Manager of the Company or Manager of a Company offering a job to a prospective hire. This appointment letter puts formally and in writing all else that was still left unsaid at the time of employment, fills in the blanks and connects the dots about any questions or details the employee may still have had and gives him a feel about the daily work and day to day responsibilities expected of him.

Appointment letters are provided on the day of joining of the employee, printed on the letter head of the business. One copy of the mutually signed appointment letter is retained by the Employer, while another signed document is retained by the Employee.