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nathraoThere is no value in keeping vital personnel policies hidden from employees.
Making things verbally known to employees is not adequate.
A person is guided by his appointment letter and if subsequent changes are made detrimental to employee ,they should be given full awareness of change.
Employment is a mutual contract and not a unilateral contract/decision.
From India, Pune
Any policy changes are usually updated in HR portals in large companies. It should apply to your org also. If your company is small-medium sized org, HR should circulate revised policy to all employees concerned.
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From India, Delhi
Rahul ChhabraAn employer should keep the terms of appointment and other details related to service transparent. What is the need to hide it from the employees? Regards Rahul
From India, Delhi
Bharat GeraDear Friend,
Policies are made for the employees to follow, if they are not shared with them, how you expect them to follow. Not only the policies you have mentioned above but all the policies company has made which directly or indirectly affects the employee either immediately or in the long run.
From India, Thane
bijay_majumdarPolicies governing the service conditions of employees and any other policy where employees are involved therein to follow and ensure betterment of organisation and employee welfare must be open and clear to employees.Organisations must be open and transparent to its employees as this helps in maintaing healthy organisational culture and environment.
From India, Vadodara