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durga2 Started The Discussion:

Hi Friends, I have to generate employee codes for 26 employees. Please help how to do it. Regards

A Renu -  Member Since: Aug 2006
Hi

Do you have previous Employees code or you are going to do it for the first time.

If you are doing it for the first time you can start with 4 digit No Eg EC1001 EC denotes Employeee code if you want to give no alone then you can give it like this also 1001 - 1027 (for 26 Employees)


Or you can start with with your company names first letter and then give some 4 digit no


Hope it will give some idea

Thanks & Regards
A Renu

DASHRATHSINH CHUNDAWAT -  Member Since: Jan 2007
Even you can start with Locationwise Ahemdabad = ADH1002, Regionwise =WADD1002 As per your suitablities

thinkjobz -  Member Since: Feb 2008
Hi Durga,

I would like to provide some inputs regarding the implementation of employee codes.

The employee code system has to be decided on the basis of the increase in the number of employees you are expecting in the company and also based on the hierarchy of your company and as suggested by dashrat region wise/department wise and hence should be implemented in such a manner wherein having a look at the employee code the senior management would be able to determine what position he works in, where he is located or which department he works for and the number of years he has been working with the company.

Alphabets can be used to define values for each of the above and a reference file maintained with the HR.

Thanks & Regards,


AJ

gmdave84@gmail.com -  Member Since: Nov 2008
hi, this is helpful to me also a lot. i am working with an it company which is just started. thanks for your help. grishma

riya bindal -  Member Since: Sep 2012
Hi Durga, Even you can start with Company Name Wise , Year ,Department Wise for eg: MS/12-13/MKT As per your suitabilities Regards Riya




 
 
 
 





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