hi all,
pl. tell me that the below formats / letters are enough for HR functions or anyother formats/letter are used for HRD functions. if yes, pl. tell me.
Formats: -
* Performance Appraisals – 1800 - 3600/*Exit Interview/*Interview Evaluation Sheet/*Employee Assessment Sheet/*Job Description/*Job Specification/Manpower Planning Requirement/*Employee Information Sheet/*Pay Slip format/Induction/Training Development/Leave Application/Attendance
Letters: -
Transfer/Suspension/Termination/Appreciation/Address proof, Salary Revision/Confirmation/*Appointment/*Offer/Promotion-Increment/Vechile Maintenance/Acceptance of Resignation/Charge Sheet
hope for positive reply

From India, Delhi
here are a few formats... hope they help...
From India, New Delhi

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Hi Manish, You can draft a format for relieving letter and one for no dues certificate also. Also maintain the database of the candidates who apply in your company. This will help you a lot. Deepali
From India, Chandigarh
hi manish,
These are suffiecient letters/formats. you can also include application blank as well. As such the letters and formats are not specific you can create more letters and formats depending upon the requirement of the company. like disciplinary action form etc.

From India, Jaipur
to all,
actually i have not prepared these formats/letters, this is all from cite hr and u can search it by quick search.. it is all in this cite.. thanks to this cite and people who has given their contribution. and i have only preapred the list not formats and letters, i am also searching it in this cite. so pl. go ahead..

From India, Delhi
Hi Manish,
With Deepali's addition it is very comprehensive. You may consider adding a Regret Letter to those who do not make it in the interview. Here I propose two letters - one for those who attend the interview but do not make it - must appreciate the time spent by them. The second one is for those who are not even called for an interview.
You also consider a Requisition Slip from the concerned department before commencement of recruitment.
Ajay Chaudhari

From India, New Delhi
thanks ajay, actually these are the basic formats and letters which are necessary and we should knowledge of it and we should take revision of it if we not doing practice of any of it. regards manish
From India, Delhi
Hi Manish, Can you please draft a format for relieving letter (that is to used for IT and ITES sectors). Dev
From India, Gurgaon
u can search these all letter/formats here in cite hr with quick search on left top corner. manish
From India, Delhi
Hi manish, Can you send me the model formats of all you mentioned. Kindly do the needful to my profession. Regards, Srikarthik
From India, Madras

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