Last updated on November 27th, 2018
From the documents list I gave in the previous post, you must have gotten some idea about how time-consuming this step is. But I didn’t have a clue back then that 90% of my time in this step will be taken up by just one document – well technically three documents but of the same type – Employer Reference Letter.
What The Heck Is A Reference Letter?
Reference letter, also known as roles and responsibilities letter, is a document, usually provided by company HR on a company letterhead. It contains a list of duties performed by you during your tenure in the company. This document gives a clear picture of your role as well as your responsibilities in the company, hence the name. You have to get one letter for each company that you worked for.
Why it is needed,