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Hi,

What are the things that we need to have in hand when we leave a company? Some of the things that comes to my mind are relieving letter, all the appraisal letters, and what are the other things which I may need in future when I apply for a job?

Thanks,
Srikanth
 
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An experience certificate
 
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Make sure all of your dues have cleared , get the experience and recommendation letters and keep in touch with your boss or co-workers . While leaving make sure you don't burn any bridges .
 
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PF(Provident Fund) transfer.It can be done later but better before your finance team forget you.
 
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Nothing is needed--although I ususally suggest speaking with your manager about having a good recommendation from him/her in the future.

The laws for countries other than the US may differ, so if you do live outsdie the US, you should be specific about where.

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Export your Address Book and Favirites and mail the same to your personal email id.
 
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