A Formal Appointment letter is an official letter written by the superior of HR officer to an individual who has been selected for the position, he/she has applied for. The Formal Appointment Letter is sent after a series of hiring procedures and tests have been completed by the organization for the benefit of finding the most suitable candidate for the advertised / vacant position in the company.
With the Formal Appointment Letter employer gives the designation for which the individual is being hired, usully through enclosing Terms and Conditions under which the hiring has been done. Furthermore, the Formal Appointment lett cleare states the Entry on Duty date, from which the ApLetter is effective. Apart from EOD letter also specifies conditions under which empoyment will take place, such as leave, salary, formal requirements to be completed pertaining employment, benefits, entitlements, etc.
The Formal Employment letter is signed by the highest authority in the organization responsible for hiring new employees, such as a Head of HR, or managing director
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