Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Hr & Admin

Dear Sir / Madam,
my boss want we to add office etiquettes in Joining Form how to add it & where to add it.
if any one has the joining form with office etiquettes, then plz forward to me.
Thanks & Regards,
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Dear Ratna,
Business etiquette or workplace etiquette can be part of the induction training. How you can have a "form" to fill on workplace etiquette? I recommend you clarifying from your superior on his expectations.
Dinesh Divekar
Dear Dinesh , He only want to add that point in joining form its what he has send. so plz help. Regards, Ratna
This question does not make any sense.
As Dinesh has said, you explain the organisation's Office Etiquette to new starters during their induction. It is not something you put on a form! In most cases this information is printed in the Employee Handbook, if the organisation has one.
If this is something that must be done, then print the Office Etiquette rules on a separate sheet of paper and attach to the form.
By the way, what is a "Joining Form?" Is this something the employee keeps? If not, then putting the rules on it is a pointless exercise! How can they read it in future if they don't have a copy?
I suggest you rethink this, and then try to have a rational discussion with your boss about doing things the right way.
By the way, how were the existing employees told about the rules? And more importantly, are they being followed. You cannot have rules for some, and not others.
By the way, the word is PLEASE, not plz. We encourage members to use correct English, and not sms speak. It helps those who are not as familiar with the English language to improve their knowledge.
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