Hello Everyone,
We have a huge bulletian board or say notice board in office. I have recently joined as HR Executive. I have a suggestion of using the notice board as of now its not in use.
So i need suggestions as to what has to be included in notice boards.
How can i best use it?
5th January 2010 From India, Pune

It's like motivating the employees to take part in that, of course all may not be interested.
1.You can write thought for the day.
2.Acheivement of the employee of that particular day with wishes from senior people.
3.Companies Vision, Mission, Targets and employees contributions etc.
4.Funny photographs, taken when they are eating, Snawling etc.
and many more
I request all members to add few more points to it

5th January 2010 From India, Hyderabad
Dear Namita,
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5th January 2010 From India, Madras
Hai Namitha, Birthdays of employees can be written Wedding days can be written Holiday list can be pinned Vid
6th January 2010 From India, Madras
for your notice board you can do the folloeing:
1. since its a begining of the new year you can put new year wishes to all employee on behalf of the CEO of the company.
2. you can paste list of holidays.
3. last year achievemnt of the company to boost up the morale of the employees.
4. good quotation related to team work, creativity etc can be put on.
there are many things which you can put it on. This are the few things which we follow regularly in our company.
6th January 2010 From India, Mumbai
i maintain a notice board in my organisation as well, as mentioned above by others there are topics like:
company values, mission etc
Employees of the month, recognised employees
employee birthday list
happenings and activities
chairman's wishes, notes
guest comment cards (since my industry is in Hotels)
6th January 2010 From India, Panaji
Hi Madam,
In Notice board you can do the following points:
01. Quality objectives.
02. Last ten years achievement - Improvement
03. Future plans for the organization
04. Last year Attendance details, i.e., - Whose take Least amount of Grace, Late, Permission and Leave (name of the person should be indicated)
05. Birth day & wedding day wishes
06. List of Persons are trained for First Aid, Fire Fighting (Name, Department with Mobile no. should be indicated).
07. Safety & Quality commitee name should be furnished.
08. Location of First - Aid Box should be indicated.
09. Any other important news should be indicated - on daily basis or your own wishes.
10. List of Holidays in the year.
With Regards,
6th January 2010 From India, Bangalore
You can also show following -
1) various articles from newspapers, books, magazines etc related to your industry
2) Yearly company paid leaves
3) Information related various Acts related to your industry like PF, ESI,
4) Information of Some good investment plans like NSS Certificates etc
6th January 2010 From India, Pune
You can display on notice board following points:
1.Post any latest achievment of the employee in his social field
2.Encorage the people for safety slogans
3.According the type of industry informative articals
4.Birthday greetings
5.Day special like women day(Picture of greetings)
6th January 2010 From India, Pune
Hi Namita ! You must also post on notice board all statutory compliances as required under law. V.K.Gupta
7th January 2010 From India, Delhi


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