Shruti Arora
Recruitment , Training And Development
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HI,
I am currently working in the HR department of a data conversion firm and we are about to launch a new employee referral scheme in the organisation kindly advice how to write a formal mail to all the departmental heads informing about the same .
Thanks

From India, Delhi
Subject : CIRCULAR: Employee Referral Scheme

Dear all,
The Management is pleased to introduce 'Employee Referral Scheme' to all the employees of XXX Technologies (P) Ltd.

It is your chance to rope in the right kind of people to help build our company. As associates of the Company, we know that you will be the best judge; of the type of people we need here.

The program is an opportunity for the employees to earn attractive bonus, and be able to contribute in creating the best team of qualified and efficient people, working for the success of the company.

You will receive the current Human Resource requirements shortly with the Job Descriptions. Make sure you mention 'Your Name' in the subject line when you refer a candidate.

For Employee Referral policy, please read the document enclosed. Please contact HRD for any clarifications.
--------- Human Resources

From India, Madras
Hi Everyone,
I am mukut working in IT co. as HR manager. here is mostly employee from IIT and female are more than male.here is problem that some emplo. make misuse of net they visit adult sites many times IT team mail me list of misuser i d here is biggest problem is when create the ID's found of Female my age is 24y so my age is no evenly that i can talk to them on this matter our Female Hr is recently left the job. Please suggest me proper way how i can get solution from this problem?............

From India, New Delhi
I am a new manager and already need a letter for insubordination. The employee is always complaining about other employee and gossiping instead of doing her work and even told me I was to new to put the hammer down on the current employees. She needs to be put in place with the quickness. Help
From United States, Cherokee
Hi Mukut you are a HR-Manager and make sure that you are bold enough to face such kind of issues. Dont ever hesitate as its ur duty and thats y u r paid.

Do onething first talk to the IT head and ask them to frame a Security Policy, Do's and Don't list and you being the HR plz circulate it to all the employees of your company. At the end of the email specify that whom-so-ever voilates this, the management will take severe action against them. Paste a photocopy of the same on the notice board too.

Even then if those female employees continue to exceed the policy, then ask your IT team to send the links visited by those female employees, take a note of it, make sure that they are really restricted sites, call those employees for a meeting along with those employee respective Teach leads and the IT head.

Start off the meeting with the Do's and Dont's, Security policy and warn them for exceeding their limits. Tell them that if they continue the same then they will be fired from the company and the reason will be circulated to all the employees with their names mentioned and the same will be stated in their relieving letters as well as their reference checks.

Issue a warning letter, get it signed from the employee, their TL and IT team for proof and finally u sign. File that sheet in their respective files.

I will email you the Security Policy and Do's and Dont's list shortly

From India, Madras
It doesnt matter whether you are a new or old employee, What it matters is your position. Be bold enough to say " Concentrate on your work and mind your bussiness".

The best and polite way to do this is - First of all dont give her much room to talk, dont share any of ur personal things with her, dont be too strict as well as too liberal, Be very strict when it comes to work, make sure that you do justice to ur position and maintain it, try to cut down her unnecessary conversations and tell her to concentrate on her work alone and rest you can take care of.

Look at the number of years that she had served for the current company, evaluate her performance, try to point out her drawbacks and the areas she is lagging behind, give her handfull of work with dead lines and moniter accordingly, ask her to send everyday tasksheet, do have weekly meetings. Warn her that its not the right attitiude if she starts complaining about others or if found gossiping about others.

Incase if she(any of ur member too) doesn't complete her(or their) work on time, during weekly meetings bring that topic and warn them, ask them to complete their tasks within the given dead lines. Tell her that if the same is repeated then action will be taken against her and the same will be reflected in her appraisal. The more she is mugged up with the work the less she gets the time to complain or gossip about others.


From India, Madras
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