Employees who are being transferred to a different branch, department, or location of their employer are handed employee transfer letters. The letters are being sent for more than just professional reasons. The “ground rules” of the transfer are spelled out in transfer letters to both the employee and the employer.
This sort of transfer letter contains information such as the benefits of the transfer, the date of joining, and other pertinent documents. It’s worth noting that the letter doesn’t have to include all of the specifics; only the ones that are necessary should be provided.
Whether the transfer is employer-generated or a mutual agreement between employer and employee, the transfer letter offers visible, physical evidence of the move from one department or location to another.