This is an intimation letter from an employee notifying his/her current employer that he/she is applying for another job. The employee is seeking for the current employer (usually a government agency) to issue a letter of no objection/reference. An intimation letter serves as a notification to the current employer but not an official resignation.
This intimation letter informs the employer that the employee is looking to apply for a position within the private sector. The employee explains to the employer, through this intimation letter, that he/she has found a suitable role matching his/her skillset.
To complete the job application process, the employee wishes the employer/company would kindly provide a letter of no objection/reference. A note on the urgency of this request may be added.
This intimation letter ends by indicating that the employee will remain in his/her current position until his/her official resignation and thanks the employer for their help.
This document should be carefully read by the Individual Company/Employer and Employee.
Upon applying for a new job, this intimation letter template may be used by an employee as a letter of reference to provide intimation to a current employer about his/her intention to apply for another job that is on offer.
This intimation letter may also be used when there is no intention of resignation, but merely to provide intimation to the current employer and for the current employer to issue a letter of no objection.
This intimation letter should be sent around a month before the deadline for job application to another company.
The employer/company should return a letter to notify the employee of their decision regarding the intimation.
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