Request to Employer / Company - Internal Transfer

Employee Request

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Internal request from employee / staff for internal transfer to a different role.

I am writing to request for a transfer to [Department]. I have worked in [Original Department] for [number] years. [Although I like working here and have learnt a lot from my position, I feel that there is little opportunity for advancement and I would like to move on to a new role.] I understand that there is an opening in [Department] and I believe my skill sets are better suited in [Department] and can contribute to COMPANY’s long term development.

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This document should be carefully read by the individual employer/ company.

This leave letter template may be used upon the employee of Internal request from employee / staff for internal transfer to a different role.. 

This Letter should be sent to the employer. A carbon copy (CC) should be sent to the Human Resources Department, if applicable.

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Letter / e-mail / note / correspondence


Personal > Employment / Work > Human Resource / Work Related Issue




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