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Hi All, find attached the two samples of offer letters, If you need more samples kindly let me know
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Hi Anitha,
To remember, comments and refinements are for the betterment. My observations:
Offer letter is called as first relation letter with the candidate (Third party not belongs to company) from the company, where as it leaves first impression on the company.
So it must framed and formatted well.
All HR docs must be noted with the clauses . (Points 1, 1.1, 1.22 and on).
If you are missing with the clause, you can't address the point when required.
Regards,
Shiv

Hi Anita,
I have recently joined a company where i have to start and implement the HR work .
can you please help me and tell me which letters are used more and please send me their formats or forms.
thanks
anju

Hi Anita,
Could you please help me with some pointers on what to do when new employees join your organization, since I have joined one which is in it's inception and don't have a clue.
Cheers
Imran

Hi Imran, Good mornin. The joining formalities can classified into 3 sections. 1. Pre-Joining, 2. Joining/Induction 3. Post Joining. If want more details please forward a mail.
Hi Friends,
Thank you very much for your help and the suggestions guys.
However, Anitha as for your question, I just wanted to know that I have recently joined an organization wherein new employees come on board every week.
I wanted to know, within the joining formality procedure what are the things we need to take into consideration and how could I go about doing that.
Could you help me with these procedures and the forms required for the same.
Regards
Imran

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