Dear Friends,
I work for a medium sized software firm as Manager - HR and i report to my Director.Now i have accepted another assignment and i need to submit my documents there.As i am the HR manager here, and there is no superior in HR, from whom should i take the certificates.Can my director give all my documents ??!!(My appointment latter was given by another HR manager, who has left the firm now).
If my director signs in my docs, is there any issues with the new company HR??!!
What is the policy in such kind of cases.
Pls suggest.
Thanks and Regards,
Vijay Pratap
Manager - HR

From India, Hyderabad

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Hi Vijay,
You may collect all documents from your reporting supervisor i.e from your director. There are no issues.
For Eg when a Head/GM/Chief HR reports to the CEO, all docs has be signed by the CEO or the HR(If any).

From India, Bangalore

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