If you seek a new job, you will likely need to provide your potential employer with copies of your previous experience certificates. An experience certificate is an official document confirming an employee’s work history and job duties. This certificate can be used as verification for a new employer, or it can be used as supporting documentation for other purposes, such as applying for a mortgage or car loan.
When asking your employer for an experience certificate, it is essential to follow proper protocol:
- You should request the document in writing. This will give your employer time to prepare the certificate and create a paper trail verifying your request.
- You should provide your employer with the information they need to prepare the certificate. This includes your full name, job title, dates of employment, and a brief description of your duties.
- It would help if you thanked your employer for their time and assistance.
(Relieving and experience certificate letter.)
(Name of the Employee)
Email Id: ____________
Sub.: Relieving confirmation and experience certificate.
Dear Mr./Ms. __________,
I am writing to you to provide a relief and experience certificate for Mr. Smith, who has worked as a software engineer at our company for the past two years.
Mr. Smith has been an excellent employee with us, and we have been delighted with his work. He is highly knowledgeable in his field and has always been able to complete any task we have given him. Additionally, Mr. Smith is a great team player and has always been willing to help out other members of our team when needed.
We are sad to see Mr. Smith go, but we understand that he has decided to move on to new opportunities. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors and would be happy to provide him with a positive reference if needed.
We wish you all the very best in your future endeavors.
For __________ Private Limited,
(Name of the Officer)