Email drafted to address all floor employees to maintain silence and discipline? - CiteHR
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Hi Members, Need an email drafted to address all floor employees to maintain silence and discipline
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Dear Jobsu84,
What is the nature of your industry? How many employees work on the floor? What is their qualification and what is their designation in general? What is the cause of noise? Against the backdrop of the humming sound of machines, are employees required to talk loudly or even shout?
What technological means you can adopt to avoid oral communication amongst the employees? If not technological means then can introduce whiteboards where someone can update the required information constantly?
Yes, maintaining silence at the workplace is important. Noise is a distraction for others. However, you may call meeting of all the employees and take their views on how to improve silence at the workplace. Rather than issuing notice, if you involve them, it will have a better impact. After the meeting, prepare minutes of the meeting and circulate among all the employees. It can be said as code of conduct.
Dinesh Divekar
Silence and discipline cannot be attained by issuing e-mail. Unless you make a proper prognosis of the situation any such communication is not likely to yield any worthwhile results. Any workplace involves social interaction and you cannot enforce total silence at such a place. I am unable to understand how it is adversely affecting the work progress.
As suggested , involve the floor workers first and the post a notice stating that as discussed in meeting held on------ -------------------------------------------------------
Col.Suresh Rathi
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