Hi All, I am working as a HR Executive and I want to put a Notice stating not to come in without any work outside my cabin. Can anyone suggest me the right words for the same. Regards, Sona
14th December 2015 From India, Mumbai
How can you stop people from coming outside your office? At best you can put a query timing for HR related matters in your office. Have other HR executives or your HR head put up such notices?
15th December 2015 From India, Pune
No but I have been asked to put such notice as people walk in our cabin without any work
15th December 2015 From India, Mumbai
What if every time some one barges into the cabin on the pretext of having some work. Who will decide, before he comes into the cabin, whether has work or not and then lets him in? We do not know what is the kind of work arrangement at your office? It sounds somewhat strange in this modern age of transformational HR where the emphasis is on connecting with people but not commanding them, you want to put a notice that sends a wrong message.True there may be some one that must be disturbing your work. If you find some people coming in and disturbing you, you can try other means for curbing such habit. For example, see whether such people have enough work on their dusk .Give them some additional responsibilities. Alott time to people for discussions so that they do not come into your cabin during the other part of the day.Deploy staff at the point of need in any other department if you have surplus staff without any work.Look for more employee friendly options to avoid it.

B.Saikumar


20th December 2015 From India, Mumbai
HR is to large extent a function where public interaction is vital and necessary for effective functioning.
Staff should have free access to develop confidence on HR.
Restricting access will give negative signals.
The purpose for which OP wants to restrict access is to increase efficiency,but public perception is equally important.
Employees can come for personal queries about their leave etc,but equally for official work.
At best a query timing can be fixed up in consultation with stake holders or an online query system put in place.
The OP put up the query on 14 December and inspite of several replies has not reverted back.
So no point putting up further posts in absence of OP seeking clarifications or giving her thought process on views expressed.
20th December 2015 From India, Pune
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