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Hello Professionals,
I am working as a HR in a chartered Accountant firm, Whenever I send any circular or notice to employees, they all start discussing with each other which is leaving a wrong impression on others. Also they all are professionals. I don't want any negative impact to be happen on others.. For that I want to send a mail to everyone stating that if you have any issues than come to me in person instead discussing with all and denying the circulars..I need your help in drafting the same...
Thank you,

From India, Thane
What I understand is that the employees must be critical about the contents of the circulars or carping about them.Once you have considered all aspects before issuing a circular, you need not worry much about what the employees say about it. Every one will have some view and would like to share it with his colleagues.To say it is not proper may be counter productive.It may reduce an open to talk to whispers but won't stop it.Such gossip is natural in offices.You can not please every one either.However what is important is their compliance.But sometimes we might miss to see how the circulars impact others negatively. In order to keep yourself abreast of the negative implications of the circular, you need to keep the communication channels open to others.That's where your decision to allow access to others for discussing such issues is worthy of appreciation.You can write a notice referring to the circular,inviting employees to discuss their responses or constructive suggestions, if any.this will put an end to gossiping about the circular.

B.Saikumar

HR & Labour Law advisor


From India, Mumbai
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