Zyra
Hello, I Would like to ask if you have a template of a warning letter stating that Labour/employees are not allowed to join the company of the client or supplier that is under our company. Thanks.
From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
vmlakshminarayanan
919

Hi, This has nothing to do with warning letter. Either you should get NDA signed by the employee on resignation or add Non- Solicitation & Non-Competition clause in the Appointment Order.
From India, Madras
Zyra
Hi, thank you for your comment really appreciate it.
From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
raghunath_bv
149

Hi Zyra,
I can provide you with a general template for a warning letter regarding an employee's restriction from joining a client or supplier company. However, please keep in mind that it's essential to customize this template based on your specific company policies, legal requirements, and the circumstances surrounding the employee's actions. If you have a legal or human resources department, it's advisable to consult with them before issuing any formal communication. Here's a basic template:

[Your Company Letterhead]

[Your Company Name]
[Your Company Address]
[City, State, ZIP Code]
[Date]

[Employee's Name]
[Employee's Address]
[City, State, ZIP Code]

Subject: Warning Letter - Prohibition on Joining Client/Supplier Companies

Dear [Employee's Name],

I hope this letter finds you well. We are writing to address a matter of significant concern regarding your professional conduct as an employee of [Your Company Name]. It has come to our attention that you have engaged in activities indicating an intention to join the company [Client/Supplier Company Name], which is associated with [Your Company Name].

As you are well aware, our company has policies in place to protect our business interests, maintain confidentiality, and prevent potential conflicts of interest. One such policy explicitly prohibits employees from seeking employment or engaging in any business activities with companies that are directly connected to our clients or suppliers.

Your actions not only violate the terms of your employment agreement but also raise serious ethical and legal concerns. We consider such behavior a breach of trust and a violation of our company policies. It is imperative for all employees to adhere to these policies to maintain the integrity of our business relationships and ensure a fair and competitive business environment.

This letter serves as an official warning, and we expect you to immediately cease any further communication or actions related to seeking employment or engagement with [Client/Supplier Company Name] or any other entity associated with our clients or suppliers.

Failure to comply with this directive may result in further disciplinary action, up to and including termination of your employment with [Your Company Name]. We believe in providing our employees with a fair opportunity to rectify their actions, and we trust that you will take this matter seriously and adjust your behavior accordingly.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this matter, please do not hesitate to contact the Human Resources Department.

Sincerely,

[Your Name]
[Your Position]
[Your Contact Information]

[Company Seal/Logo] (if applicable)

Thanks

From India, Bangalore
raghunath_bv
149

Hi Zyra,
I can provide you with a general template for a warning letter regarding an employee's restriction from joining a client or supplier company. However, please keep in mind that it's essential to customize this template based on your specific company policies, legal requirements, and the circumstances surrounding the employee's actions. If you have a legal or human resources department, it's advisable to consult with them before issuing any formal communication. Here's a basic template:

[Your Company Letterhead]

[Your Company Name]
[Your Company Address]
[City, State, ZIP Code]
[Date]

[Employee's Name]
[Employee's Address]
[City, State, ZIP Code]

Subject: Warning Letter - Prohibition on Joining Client/Supplier Companies

Dear [Employee's Name],

I hope this letter finds you well. We are writing to address a matter of significant concern regarding your professional conduct as an employee of [Your Company Name]. It has come to our attention that you have engaged in activities indicating an intention to join the company [Client/Supplier Company Name], which is associated with [Your Company Name].

As you are well aware, our company has policies in place to protect our business interests, maintain confidentiality, and prevent potential conflicts of interest. One such policy explicitly prohibits employees from seeking employment or engaging in any business activities with companies that are directly connected to our clients or suppliers.

Your actions not only violate the terms of your employment agreement but also raise serious ethical and legal concerns. We consider such behavior a breach of trust and a violation of our company policies. It is imperative for all employees to adhere to these policies to maintain the integrity of our business relationships and ensure a fair and competitive business environment.

This letter serves as an official warning, and we expect you to immediately cease any further communication or actions related to seeking employment or engagement with [Client/Supplier Company Name] or any other entity associated with our clients or suppliers.

Failure to comply with this directive may result in further disciplinary action, up to and including termination of your employment with [Your Company Name]. We believe in providing our employees with a fair opportunity to rectify their actions, and we trust that you will take this matter seriously and adjust your behavior accordingly.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this matter, please do not hesitate to contact the Human Resources Department.

Sincerely,

[Your Name]
[Your Position]
[Your Contact Information]

[Company Seal/Logo] (if applicable)

Thanks

From India, Bangalore
Madhu.T.K
4193

If any employee has joined your client company or a competitor, how can you restrain him? Or if somebody is about to join your client company how can you stop him from joining? So long as they are with your organisation you can warn you or punish you for any misconduct. But once they leave you, the contract of employment comes to an end and they are free to join any organisation of their choice. Even an agreement that he will not join a competitor will be void because it will be violative of section 27 of the Contract Act. There are several verdicts which say that an agreement which extends beyond employment is invalid. The Supreme Court in Superintendence Co. of India v. Krishan Murgai ( AIR 1980 SC 1717) has ruled that a service covenant extended beyond the termination of the service is void.
From India, Kannur
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