Please let me know whether there is any specific law which specifies the terms and conditions to be included in an appointment letter ?
Thanks & Rgds,
H. S. Thukral (Lawyer) 11 July 2008
There is no specific law regarding performa of an appointment letter. Some labour legislations provide for issuance of an appointment letter. It is useful from employer's point of view to issue an appointment letter.
Pragadeesh (Lawyer/Factory certification consultant/Cyber crime Analyst) 11 July 2008
Nowadays it is better for the employees to receive the appointment letter.No specific law for that.but some formats are available
kiranpothuri (area manager in stock broking company) 24 July 2008
i heard hr people r using some legal format and rules for issuing appointment letter
Saravana Rajan 25 July 2008
The format and the clauses to be incorporated in an appointment order depends on the company`s model / certified standing orders.
As far as I know, there is no law governing this.
- Saravana Rajan.
Akhil Gupta (Asst. Mgr.- HR & Administration) 28 July 2008
Dear Mr Kurup
There is no specific format , its vary company to comapny.
Guest (n/a) 31 July 2008
Your company`s Standing Orders / Company Policy / Industry Practices should be considered in the clauses in an appointment order