Aniket Pathak
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NK SUNDARAM
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Jitender Yadav
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Dear Seniors,
I am working in pharma company, my plant head want to put a circular regarding the Proper Grooming men in the company.
So please suggest me the format of circular
Regards,
Dinesh Kumar
Sr. Executive HR
1. What will happen if employee will keep different style of Beard?
2. Are you defence organization that you want to dictate employees?
All that education and you can't draft a circular? Anyways - you need to write something to the effect that it's recommended.. policy...grooming in a professional environment... expected...and end with " any clarification required, please see..."
Hope this helps you get started.
#Prashant - your response has no value other than eating up webspace here.
please have GMP SOP in your plant and ask the employees to follow the same .
Dear Dinesh,
It is understood that , Pharma guys have to visit doctors all the time to pitch their product. They have to be presentable in front of the client, As they are representing the company. Please write the circular according to your need about being clean shaved on the field.
Corporate or Business Etiquette calls for proper dressing and grooming. You represent an organisation to the outside world. People would love to do business with somebody who appears, clean and neat. Imagine somebody knocks at your door on a sundary morning at 11 am, with a shabby dress, hair unkempt, ,dishevelled, pan stain in the mouth, unshaved face, two buttons missing in the crumpled shirt, as if he just got out of a park bench , foul-smelling mouth drooling spittle from the corner... who wants to sell a new brand of shaving cream with a free razor as a gift ???
Just a circular is not enough. All senior people should be the role model and if they walk in with a properly shaved, neatly groomed, well-dressed, but need not be wearing expensive dresses, well manicured fingers, no food stains on shirt, all buttons intact, polished shoes.... naturally juniors will follow. When I was heading HR, I was the only guy to come to office with proper dress with tie intact. Once the GM called all the HODs and myself and told them, in my presence... Just see NKS, all of you are marketing heads for different products and none of you can meet the standards of a marketing organisation. That day onwards people changed their attire and appearance. Even Graduate Engineer trainees, who come to office without shaving, were asked to come to office only with a clean face. There are plenty of PPTs available on Grooming and Etiquette available in CiteHR and you can conduct a training for your employees in batches. For that, you should first come neatly dressed. If you have a problem, call me over... I will conduct the programme for your company. You can watch my photos, videos in Linkedin, Face Book and Youtube at the following links to see how I appear, consistently, in all my training programmes.
Best wishes
http://in.linkedin.com/pub/n-k-sundaram/1a/717/750
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkS...w0vmWaGLo78f5w
http://www.facebook.com/potters.wheel.14
our employee not do proper shav in auto mobile company . how will give their letter regarding for this.
Send a circular to the effect that as an established organisation, it is essential for all employees to come to the office properly shaved and groomed. Only such decent appearance will bode well for an organisation. Otherwise, it will reflect poorly in the minds of customers and visitors to our office. Those who do not follow the instructions will be sent out of office and come back only after proper shaving / grooming.
Best wishes
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