Raj Kumar Hansdah
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Hi ... i think it useful to everyone anupam
From India, Calcutta

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Dear anupam.cha
Thanks for attaching the letter format used in your organization for employees who stop reporting for duty or are absent.
However, the format of the letter leaves much to be desired. The "Clause 7" of your appointment letter may not corresponds to other's. Moreover, due process must be followed. Here, it has been "assumed" that the employee has left the organization. there are no follow-up of his absence.
Moreover, the company+ "property" involved has not been mentioned - whether it is an office stapler, stationery items, water cooler/fridge, laptop, mobile/SIM card or substantial amount of cash.
On the whole, the letter gives an impression of trying to browbeat or frighten an employee to submission; and accordingly reflects the 'people policy' of the organization.
Warm regards.

From India, Delhi
[QUOTE=anupam.cha;1061883]Hi ...
The line property belong to you is not appropriate. instead 'property given to you for better impementation of your duties belonging to the Company' is better phrase.
In absconded case- 1st step shall be asking employee to resume,
2nd step Issue Charge sheet to the employee and
3rd Step Termination letter

From India, Mumbai
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