Dear sir,
I need appoint letter format of a manufacturing company for
1. production supervisor.
2.prodution manager
4.accounts assistant
9.fitter. boy.

From India, Bengaluru
Am sorry to state that perhaps you are not a HR professional or you might have not got your basics right. Can you please tell me, in what way the letters differ from item no.1 to item no. 10 ? Have you classified them into various categories of employees ? This question leads me to another question whether you have any HR policies, procedures, systems in place in your organisation ? Another question, do you have a wage structure, allowance structure for various levels of employees of your organisation ? If you say yes, then the question arises, how those structures came about, who did it and how these were carried out ? The categories can be Managerial, Executive, Supervisory, non-supervisory or workmen levels. The letters vary from band to band and cadre to cadre. Unless you have your foundation which should be strong, my sharing of formats and letters will not help you at all. Because appointment letters (not appoint letters) also contain various terms and conditions of employment. If you need to include those terms and conditions, you should have an employment policy in place. As I see from your query, you must be in accounts department or in sales or marketing ! Please get your fundamentals clear. You can get hundreds of formats from internet itself... why internet... if you see by the side of my response here, you can see Related Files & Downloads... you can download a few of them... but that is not a solution at all. Best wishes
From India
HI. Yes as you said am said am just a beginner for a HR Profession, that is the reason why i ask each and everything on this site, so that i can gain some knowledge fro experienced persons like you. coming to the topic, we dont have any HR policies, but we are trying to build HR policies accordingly. as the company is planning to make a system.
From India, Bengaluru
But this is NOT the way to build the policies and procedures for an organisation. It should be done in a systematic and organised way, step by step so that it will be like constructing a proper building. You dont do interior decoration or woodwork for a home, even before a building is built, right ? So, first and foremost there should be mission, vision and goals for an organisation. Your policies should be built around them. When I say policies, policies should be related to Safety, HR policies, service policies etc. You cannot implement policies without management approval. There should be rules and regulations and Standard Operating Procedures, everything should be available online for emmployees to see for themselves.
Hire me, if your organisation wants a structured solid foundation on HR.
Best wishes

From India

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