1)I have been transferred from mechanical to electrical department.
2)I am transferred from mechanical to electrical department.
Supposedly, If I am working still in electrical department and I got transferred three months ago. In this context, which one is correct? Since the transfer is valid( i.e I still wok in electrical department), can we use "have been"? However, I feel transfer is one time action. So, it can't continue. Even, "was transferred" makes sense but I still work there.
How shall we mention the date when we got transferred Like "october 3"?
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
You can use all three if you still work in the electrical department. If you no longer work in the electrical department, I wouldn't use #1.
I have been transferred from the mechanical department to the electrical department since October 3rd. Because we mention the date we use "since".
"Since October 3rd" means "after October 3rd".
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I am sorry..I put "I think..." because I am not sure, it just my thought. Thank you for your advice.