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Please ask your employees to produce the Marksheet of their children as evidence for the appreciation. Findout first three. Call every employee and announce the highest mark scorer name list and give the prises. Put the name list on the notice board along with the student photos. Give news in the news paper stating that the Company has honoured the employees children who scored higher marks in the annual exam...
From India, Madras
It is a common practice followed by organisations to appreciate the employees children by issue of Certificates. However I would like to suggest that in order to enhance their further growth, you can enroll them for training in Computers,Communication Skills,Foreign languages.
From India, Mumbai
Without knowing the nature of your organisation and the type of employees, I hesitate to give you concrete advice. However, I am willing to raise a controversial point that may enhance the debate on the issue.
If you need to do it then you have to ensure that somehow you take into account the grades of staff and their ability to spend money on their children's education. For example, a senior manager's child may be put in a private school and given extra tuition and thus is at a great advantage to that of a low paid clerical staff's child that is sent to a local public school and has had no private tution.
From United Kingdom
hai_nituDear Simhan, Reverse case has happend wherein clerks son got far more % than a sr. executive’s. Nitu
From India, Surat
nashbramhallI was not saying that a clerk's son does not get a higher grade than that of an officer's. I know of cases too, where a director's children fell into wrong company and failed. I was on about the type of school children go to and extra help they get. It's quite possible that a clerk also sent his/her child to a private school. There are very bright children born to parents in a lower level job. I know of people who were not qulified but were educated giving birth to very bright students.
From United Kingdom
mksharma63In my opinion you must set a right context, honest motive in place first for honoring good scores of children. Than for a year or two you will remain truly committed to this cause.
Else what so ever buttering you do, it will be a wasteful affair. However true commitment shall help make a good bonding with employees and their families which is mutually beneficial.
From India, Delhi
First you collect mark sheets from employees children and divide into three cadre
Mark wise, then fix some benefits for each group like(next year tuition fee,books , offer any useful certificate courses etc.. .). Announce in front of all your employees to honer and motivate them.
From India, Coimbatore
venkatraghavanmA notice calling upon all categories of employees to submit their children's certificates and then categorising the received applications on the basis of the type of schooling, viz., State Board, Matriculation, CBSE, etc., and the top scorers are to be awarded the prizes with certificates. However in order not to de-motivate other students who secure below the selected toppers in each category of schooling, it is necessary that the others who ever have applied are also to be given certificate and a minimum consolation prizes.
The prizes can be provided entirely out of a Management's fund or to involve the employees also a nominal contribution can be collected from them also.
From India, Selam
NK SUNDARAMIt would be advisable to give as gift, very good autobiographies, motivating books. It is also one way of developing reading habbits in children. Or else, gift cheque with which the children can buy books of their choice.