What are letters?
If your employer has a contract with Truework, it is likely that they have arranged self-serve letters for you to access via truework.com/letter. While your employer is responsible for determining what types of letters they choose to make available to you, some typical letters-types may include:
- Employment Letters
- Employment & Salary Letters
- Travel & Immigration Letters
- Former Employment Letters
- Verification for non-US employees
When to generate a letter
If you need a letter, it is because a 3rd party (ex. a landlord, or a customs agent) has requested that you provide this directly to them.
How to generate a letter
Go to truework.com/letter. Then, type in your employer's name and select "Get Started"
From here, you will be asked to submit one of the following in order to obtain a verification code:
- Work Email
- Personal Email (if you are a former employee)
- Mobile Number
To use one instead of the other, make note of the alternate options presented beneath the "Generate Code" button.
Type in your email or mobile number, select "Generate Code" and then check your inbox or text messages. Input the code you will have received and click "Verify."
Upon clicking "verify," you will be brought to your Letter Dashboard, where you will be able to access any of the letters that your employer has chosen to make available to you. You can download these letters directly onto your computer or mobile phone and distribute as needed.