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Dillip91221
Working As Lead Hr At G4s
Tajsateesh
Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling
Harsh Shukla
Ceo And Md Of 3 Uk Based Mnc's

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Dear Friends at Cite HR,
SHOULD HR MANAGER GIVE FIR AGAINST EMPLOYEES WHO MISAPPROPRIATE COMPANY'S MONEY / MATERIAL ? OR ANY HEAD AS GENERAL MANAGER / HIS DEPARTMENT HEAD SHOULD RAISE FIR AGAINST EMPLOYEE WHO ARE DIRECTLY LINKED WITH THEIR DAILY ACTIVITIES.

Hi Dillip,
HR Manager should gather all evidence and then present it to Company Director via General Manager.
It should be the Company Directors decision to direct the HR manger, as to the course of action to be taken.
This could be an internal investigation first or with the assistance of the police.
Hope the above helps.
Regards,
Harsh

Hello Dillip91221,
Harsh is right.
Pl remember that the HR Manager/Head is ONLY REPRESENTING the Company, on BEHALF OF the Management/Board of Directors..
So the internal route of the Orders to file a Police Complaint leading to a FIR has to follow the same path--just as any Central Government Appointment/Action is done ON BEHALF OF the President of India [or on behalf of the Governor in States], so too should it be in Companies/Corporations.
The file clearing any action is signed by the President, but that document doesn't come out into public domain--you find the signature of some Secretary on the document that's put out into public domain.
Rgds,
TS

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