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Dear All,

I m working as a Manager - Admin & HR for a group of companies, under one company we opening one restaurant for which recruitment is going on from last 2 months and almost done, but new joinees have still not submitted recruitment related basic documents like : ID proof, address proof ( permanent & temporary both), PAN card number, Employee joining form, experience letter.

They all are hired by one of my colleague (who is hired on contractual basis only to recruit and manage restaurant staff), on the basis of senior's(director) instruction.

I am waiting for all documents from last two months, now yesterday i had a word with my senior (director) on the same. They told me to give notice them and to clearly mention that they will not be on company role and company will not be responsible for any activities of those employees, they are like as daily worker for us.

So please help me to write this notice as i m not aware of so much legal words and i don't want to see our company in any trouble because of those employees.

Regards,

Monika Singh
5th November 2011 From India, Mumbai
Dear All,

I m working as a Manager - Admin & HR for a group of companies, under one company we opening one restaurant for which recruitment is going on from last 2 months and almost done, but new joinees have still not submitted recruitment related basic documents like : ID proof, address proof ( permanent & temporary both), PAN card number, Employee joining form, experience letter.

They all are hired by one of my colleague (who is hired on contractual basis only to recruit and manage restaurant staff), on the basis of senior's(director) instruction.

I am waiting for all documents from last two months, now yesterday i had a word with my senior (director) on the same. They told me to give notice them and to clearly mention that they will not be on company role and company will not be responsible for any activities of those employees, they are like as daily worker for us.

So please help me to write this notice as i m not aware of so much legal words and i don't want to see our
5th November 2011 From India, Mumbai
You should’nt issue their appointment Letters. Otherwise you can hold their salary. Rgrds, Taksh
5th November 2011 From India, Delhi
Dear Ms. Monika Singh
Greetings..
You had successfully managed to post your query while narrating your workplace issue. Now, just give a pause and think for a second. "How you managed to do it?". I hope you got answer to my query. If you haven't, please feel free to revert.
Kindly prepare a draft in your own words and upload for review. This is the best way to learn effectively.
Feel free to seek help from your SUPERIORS and try your best to develop LONG LASTING INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP.
With profound regards
5th November 2011 From India, Chennai
Dear Monika, You need not to worried about legal word just write a letter on letter head what ever you want and just ensure that you are having receiving of that letter .
5th November 2011 From India, Delhi
Thanx Mr. Taksh and Mr. Thakkar for Sharing your views.
Mr. Taksh i have not issued any appointment letter to that staff and we can not hold their salary too Mr. Thakkar is right on this point.
Mr. Thakkar, 1) as i mentioned my colleague was handling the hold responsibility of recruitment of Restaurant staff, so i was totally out of loop in their recruitment process. He has issued offer letter to few of them. Now they are realizing their fault and i have to handle this issue now, as per their order.
2) I wanted to say "Daily wages worker" not "Daily Worker" that was a typing mistake.
Kindly suggest
Regards,
Monika Singh
5th November 2011 From India, Mumbai
I agreed with Mr. Amit if they are on probation period as per your company policy then you can terminate that employee without any notice period Regards, Taksh
7th November 2011 From India, Delhi
Thanx Mr. Taksh................. with the help of u all, i have successfully managed and solved this issue. Once again thanx alot to all. Regards, Monika Singh Marla
8th November 2011 From India, Mumbai
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