sohini basu roy
61

service, HR
yaah i admit...thats y i said...people who all r leaving office for appointments, or has a field work, they at least come to office once daily , rite.....and people who all r not approved for system for them as i told use the notice board or the white board....etc..... yeah of course for important ad urgent cases you can use the mobile devices but keeping a limit to it...thats it
From India, New Delhi
rohitm
LOGISTICS
its very good idea to keep in touch & have a conversation via sms, we can give a motive sms, an important updates ,meeting reminders, imp updates or notice to clients and with your personalize name you can have very good impression.
Am using sms feature,
you can also try at
E Sandesh
By this send sms with personalize name you can schedule your sms to a date time it will automatic send sms, you can also get delivery reports you can maintain contacts and lots more and very cheap cost and depending upon your nature.at first login you can excess 5 free sms.
the contact person for esandesh is Mr Pradeep (9820132067).
regards
rohit

From India, Mumbai
chaitanya ugale
organizational psychologist/MBA-HR
its clearly a forward thinking & can gain popularity with high end application mobiles/ mini computers.
From India, Pune
radhika.cns
IT Recruiter
Communication through SMS should be avoided in between employees.
But at certain case, when i call my TL for informing leave, she never picks up the call, what am i supposed to do?? and even we have a criteria that leave cant be informed at last minute..
Radhika Srinivasan
IT Recruiter

From India, Madras
Ryan
88

India's 1st Strategic Strengths Coach, Corporate Trainer & HR Consultant
Hi
It is best to followup with a written note or email. I don't think that an SMS communication would be held as legally delivered in the eyes of the law.
If the message is of the type which the receiver doesn't want to receive, they could always claim that they did not receive it because of a network problem.
Having said this, I read in the news last year that a company informed a number of employees on a monday morning that they were "being laid off and need not attend work" through sms. This was followed by written documents. This took place in Europe (don't recall the organization name or the country). It showed a very insensitive attitude of the management and the HR towards the employees, along with an inability to stand in the line of fire and deliver bad news.
Regards
Ryan

From India, Mumbai
pankaj_po
1

HR Professional
Hi Everybody,
Communication through SMS may be a good idea in personal matters. But according to me for ofiial communication we should not use this media, record of such type of communication is not available in case we may have to refer it in future. However, kudos to the new technology and ... one day or the other we will have to adopt these things in our day to day working.
Regards,
Pankaj Sharma
Executive

From India, Bangalore
p ramachandran
63

HR & Administrative Manager
Dear Friend, Even Though Sms Communication Is Acceptable In One Way,that Should Defenitely Be Confirmed By Written Documents Which Safeguard The Establishment/hr Dept. Later. P.ramachandran
From India, Madras
PRAVEEN_PAVI
HR Manager
EVEN i USE TO COME A CROSS WITH SUCH CIRCUMSTANCES WHERE EMPLOYEES OR FIELD WORK STUDENTS WHENEVER THEY WANTED TO TAKE LEAVE THEY SEND SMS.
I PERSONALLY ADVISED THEM WITH THE SAME WORDINGS WHICH IS WRITTEN BY ALL.
REGARDS,
PRAVEEN.

From India, Bangalore
Sathish08
Payroll, Compensation, Recruitment
Hi All,
In office, we can use the existing email system for all impo communications and in offline, SMS is the best way to communicate the messages. As smriti said, it would give personal touch.
Regards,
Sathish J


kriyaz
37

executive
Yes, I think for conveying general, urgent, one way, short messages to the staff, specially those in the field it IS A GOOD IDEA.
see we should understand that it is just a means of communication, its potential should not be underestimated or should not be thought as superficial.
riyaz

From India, Delhi

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