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Dear all,

Greetings !!

I 've prepared a small rule mail for all the employees , though they are very generalised but its a duty of a HR person to make the things in black & white....

Kindly check out the enclosed attachment


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Hi Dear Roopika,

Its really nice to hear that you are implementing such a strict rule. But the rules should not be so strict for an employee may get demotivated. Most of the companies are able to succeed with the help of informal communication. So only when the employees are given the freedom to communicate and share their views, they will have an attachment towards the company.
I don't know whether what I thought is right or not. If it Is wrong kindly pardon with me.

Roopika - Contributing Member
Dear Sandhya,

Thanks you so much for your true concern, i really appreciate this as you showed me the other side of the coin.
Partially you are absolutely right, but as I always keep myself in continuous contact with all the employees of every branch, and i ve found that people are doing their work with more effectivity, also I ve felt that people are trying to obey on these rules happily, as it spells out some concrete things. My motive of these rules was to warn only those employees who were spoiling the office environment & evoking others, as some of the employees came to me personally and asked for these kinds of rules. That was the only reason why i had shoot this mail to each employee. As of now things are going very fine and with its good pace....and Iíll try to maintain the decorum in future also...

Hope for the best


Amitmhrm - Contributing Member
Hi Roopika, Thats really good and very useful. Thanks for share the same with the forum. Amit Seth. - Contributing Member
Dear all,</p>
Greetings !!

I 've prepared a small rule mail for all the employees , though they are very generalised but its a duty of a HR person to make the things in black & white....

Kindly check out the enclosed attachment


It is really good. We need to set up and follow rules and regulations otherwise we may go unprofessional.
My suggestion is remove must/should in your content change to need, so that rules appear strict and not rude.
For example: employees need to keep their mobile phones in silent mode.

Thank you
Keep posting

Originally Posted by s_o_deshmukh View Post
its very excellent

It is very useful for all who want to follow the strict rules and regulation in their company.

This post was posted in the yr. 2006 but it is useful for ever.

I really appreciate you Roopika.

Thank a lot :icon1:

Dear Roopika, The prepared materials really heplfull to employee how to behave in premaises

soumyam - 
Dear Roopika,

Points you had posted here for general office rules are awesome. Help me a lot to make general manual for my office. Keep going. I will ask you about some conflict HR decisions later. Keep going....

Hi Roopika

Its good to have such rules and regulations. I think that one must adhere to rules and reguations but its little bit difficult to implement few rules and regualtions becoz for instance if we make them to follow the timing then they following the same as u mentioned but they wont willing to stretch the timing in the evening n they may question do you pay any OT for extra hours.

Like this some problem might crept in

We have to take rockstand to implement all this.

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