Dear Sir, one of the Emp went on with forgery of Experience letter, Please suggest what we can do not to repeat going further
From India, Hyderabad

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Dear Yamini,

You have asked for the draft of the letter regarding the forgery of the experience letter. However, who exactly did the forgery? Was it by the ex-employee of your company or the employee who was employed recently? Secondly, please explain what do you mean by "Please suggest what we can do not to repeat going further".

Thanks,

Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore
Hi Dinesh....forgery f experience letter done by one of our Ex-employee....ad here I mean what to do to not to repeat going further is...how to avoid such implementations by other employees as well
From India, Hyderabad
Dear Yamini,

If your ex-employee has forged the experience letter and if it were discovered at a later stage, then you may issue an office circular stating that recently you have discovered a case of falsification of the experience letter with your company's details. Forgery is a criminal offence, and whoever does it is liable for legal action. The issue of the circular is expected to create deterrence.

However, the issue of the circular also has limitations. This is because conscientious employees will not do the forgery. On the contrary, unscrupulous employees will remain undeterred and will invent a newer way of forgery.

Thanks,

Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore
Why wasn't this picked up when you did the referee and reference checking at recruitment?

Falsifying documents cannot and should not be condoned under any circumstances. However, the fault is with your organisation on this occasion due to a failure in having a robust recruitment process in place to ensure things like this do not occur.

So, the simple solution to prevent a re-occurrence, is FIX your recruitment process, and train the staff involved in recruitment to ensure all candidates are thoroughly vetted before being offered a position.

I have been a member of CiteHR for many years now, and it never ceases to amaze me just how bad recruitment processes are in many companies. You will never get the right staff without a proper process in place.

From Australia, Melbourne

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