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Letter of employment after company has changed

Old Jul 31st 2019, 12:51 pm
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my partner worked at her aunties law firm between 2009 - 2014, since then her auntie retired and no longer part of the law firm. The letterheads etc will have changed, how does she go about the letter of employment? does it still come from the law firm as it is now? Even though the name has changed. I guess you then just include a letter of explanation? Or can her auntie sign it as it was her law firm at the time?
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Originally Posted by Pinnacle
my partner worked at her aunties law firm between 2009 - 2014, since then her auntie retired and no longer part of the law firm. The letterheads etc will have changed, how does she go about the letter of employment? does it still come from the law firm as it is now? Even though the name has changed. I guess you then just include a letter of explanation? Or can her auntie sign it as it was her law firm at the time?
It needs to come from the company, not the person. So a letter from HR or similar rather than the Aunt. And just evidence the name change i.e. companies house records or similar.

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