Experience Letter

Experience Letter

Whether you are aiming for a career change or opting for a better job opportunity, you will need to provide certain documents corresponding to your previous employment. Amongst these crucial documents, the Experience Letter is an essential one which you will be asked about from your new employer. Leaving an organisation without taking the experience certificate is similar to bidding adieu to your school without taking your degree certificate. An experience letter plays a decisive role in shaping your future employment career. Often referred to as a service certificate, this blog brings a detailed guide on what experience letter is, its format as well as useful samples. 

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What is an Experience Letter?


It is a letter which is duly issued by an employer stating the duration of your employment, the main roles you were assigned, the skills you learnt and your overall performance review. The experience letter is mostly required when you are switching to a new job. In simple words, an experience letter is an official form of documentation given by a supervisor or employer with their truest knowledge of the time an employee has spent with the company. An experience letter is framed in a manner that the individual’s experience and skills are mentioned by their reporting manager. Also, it also consists of valuable feedback from the supervisor or head of the company. 

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Format of Experience Letter

An experience letter needs to be well-structured and written in a formal tone. Let’s take a look at the format of an experience letter:

Name of the Organisation
(It has to be at the top of the page. Mostly an organisation’s name is clearly mentioned on the official letterhead.)

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 

Date of Issuance
(This part includes an exact date of issuance of the experienced letter and employee’s leaving the organisation)

Name of the Employee 
Tenure of Service(The tenure of service comprises of the period of employment & duration) 
Designation
Roles and Responsibilities 
Brief description of the employee’s course of employment and a positive statement from their manager or supervisor.


Include a signature line. The letter should end with a professional signature line, which will include the name of the employer who writes the letter, designation and the company’s seal and signature); For example,
Sincerely,
Employer’s Name
Designation
Signature
Company’s Seal

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Experience Letter Samples 

Now that you are familiarized with the format of this official document, take a look at the following samples for Experience letter:

Experience Letter Sample 1

DELHI CHRONICLES 

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

Date of Issuance: May 11, 2020


This is to certify that Mr Fazlu Rehman was an employee in the role of Content Writer with the Delhi Chronicles for a period of 6 months. He joined the organisation on 1st January 2020 until July 30th, 2020. As an assistant editor, Fazlu ably demonstrated all his professional skills towards organisational and personal development. 

He would write 4 educational stories per day besides working closely with the marketing and social media team. He took extra efforts to understand marketing strategies and diversifying the content to a global audience.  The overall 6 months of working with Mr Rehman have been a wonderful experience. 

We wish him all the success for his future endeavours!

Yours Sincerely,
David Andrews
Organisational Head
Delhi Chronicles, New Delhi

Experience Letter Sample 2

THE HARBOR HOTEL

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 

Date: May 11, 2020

This is to certify that Mr Sumit Arora worked as a reservation manager with The Harbor Hotel for a period of two years. He joined our team on 3rd March 2018 and his last day was on 11th May 2020. 
It has been a wonderful experience to work with Mr Arora. His expertise in Tourism Management and Digital Marketing is truly remarkable. As a reservation manager, he would handle all the inbound and outbound reservations. Moreover, he would professionally recruit and train new staff, review schedules, and handle the influx of reservations on a daily basis. His sheer brilliance and commitment have tremendously helped in the growth of the organisation.


I wish him all the best for his future endeavours. 

Yours Sincerely, 
Aman Shrivastava
CEO 
The Harbor Hotel,
Chanakya Puri, New Delhi.

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