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Company Canteen Rates Hike Circular to Employee

Canteen in a company premises have been part of formal as well as informal discussions over coffee, tea or snacks. Employees get to spend a casual time in the premises, which is good for the enhancement of cognitive power. As known, the food quality of canteen is always delectable.  In fact, the circular put on the notice board is meant to inform employees about the increased rates of varied food items available in the canteen. The increased rates are a resultant of GST taxes over the purchase of raw materials used to cook a meal. Though, the rates are increased; they have been decided in conjunction with the authoritative permission of the company heads. Under mentioned is the circular format for employees informing about increased rates of canteen food products.

Dated: December 23th, 2017

Notice / Circular

This circular for change in canteen rates is meant to inform the employees that the food items in the canteen menu have been slightly increased. Such a decision has been taken by the canteen manager and administrative authorities by keeping in mind increased prices of raw materials and other products used for cooking meals in the canteen. The new rates for food items are subject to change from December 26, 2017. Along with this, every bill will have CGST and SGST levied on the total price.

We hope that the company employees will be supportive in the decision because of the hike in prices of vegetables and materials. For the updated rates, the employees can consult with the canteen manager and check the new menu that will be available in the canteen premises from day after tomorrow onwards.

Thank you very much in advance for your co-operation and taking the administrative decision in a favorable manner.


Rajesh Khandelwal

Admin Head

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Posted by Hrformats - December 23, 2017 at 12:30 PM

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Sample Letter Inquiring About Hiring Decision

We all are keen on knowing the status of the application once we are done with the interview. But not all of us take pains to write to the company for a follow up thinking it to be a waste of time or we are not confident enough to enquire about it. Remember writing a letter inquiring about hiring decision leaves a positive impression on the employer as it shows your seriousness towards the job.

Here is an example template to help you frame a professional letter addressing the HR department to ask about the status of your hiring. Personalize it as per your need and find out about the hiring decision.

Sample Letter Inquiring About Hiring Decision

Adam Smith

22, Nicholas Street


Ph: 1234-5678

Date: 25.09.15


Andrew Joseph,

HR Manager,

ABC Technology Pvt. Ltd.,

52 Park Street


Dear Mr. Joseph,

The purpose of writing this letter is to find out about the status of my job application. I have applied for the position of Marketing Manager at ABC Technology Pvt. Ltd. My interview was scheduled on 15th September, 2015. I had the chance to meet you in person and know more about the company which made me more interested in joining your prestigious organization.

I would like to express my interest in this job opening as I am quite sure that my qualifications and experience are going to suit the profile. As discussed during the interview, I have wonderful organizational skills that are essential for planning, managing and executing. I have profound knowledge of complete procedures that are needed to carry out marketing projects of all possible lengths. As now I am more informed about ABC Technologies Pvt. Ltd., I feel I can come up with wonderful marketing plans which will help the organization grow. Not only that, I already have so many ideas coming up which just need right planning to come up with wonderful results.

I would like to thank you for taking out time from your hectic schedule to interview me. I am really very excited and hopeful for joining your esteemed organization. Looking forward for a positive response from your side. You can contact me at 1234-5678or email me at

Yours sincerely,

Adam Smith

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Posted by Hrformats - September 25, 2015 at 12:55 PM

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Authorization Letter From Company Head

Authorization letter is a useful document which is written with a purpose to give authority of acting to someone else on one’s behalf. If you are working with a company and you have to go out on a vacation or you are on leave for some personal reasons then before going you must write an authority letter to your executive or anyone else delegating him the authority of signing the documents in your absence on your behalf.

If you are not sure of how to begin writing such a letter then here is a formal example sample of authorization letters from company head consisting of all important details to make your letter informative. Use this format to create a personalized letter for your situation.

Example Authorization Letter From Company Head

Date: 16th June, 2015

I, Adam Gibbs, hereby certify that I, the Manager of ABC Corporation Pvt. Ltd. authorize Mr. Sam Smith to attend to all the issues and sign all the documents in my absence from 01.07.2015 to 31.08.15. During this time period he will be responsible for handling all the important matters that require attention of the management for approval.


Adam Gibs,


ABC Corporation Pvt. Ltd

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Posted by Hrformats - June 16, 2015 at 12:31 PM

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Full And Final Settlement Letter Central Excise

Full and final settlement letter central exercise is written for a business purpose and this letter is issued at the time of relieving an employee from a company. Generally, the letter deals with making the complete payment which a company is liable to pay to the concerned employee. The amount of payment depends upon the terms and condition of the company and according which, the payment is made to an employee.

A format of full and final settlement letter is given below. You can add your own information to use the letter as per your requirements. The letter is in word format and if it suits your criteria, you can download it too.

Sample Letter of Full And Final Settlement


Mr. Robert Koch

100 Avenue D,
8th Street, Fort Lee,
New York

Subject: Full And Final Settlement Letter

Mr. Koch,

In respect of your resignation application dated on 16.08.2010, the management of our company accepted your resignation and relieves you from the post of software engineer.

As per your service during the notice period, we attached the cheque amount.

Wish you best of luck for your future.


James Codie

The letter must contain the amount which is given to the employee and, other than that it should attach all the important details about the employee’s working area so that the concerned person does not have any problem to understand. The full and final settlement worksheet should be attached along with the letter. Generally, it is the payment of working during the notice period in a company. The letter must give an employment detail of the concerned company.

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Posted by Hrformats - October 15, 2014 at 11:13 AM

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Acceptance of Resignation Letter Format

 I have Attached the Format for Resignation Letter Acceptance











This refers to your letter of resignation dated 21 December 2011 where in you have expressed your desire to leave this organization due to some personnel problem.



In view of the above your resignation has been accepted and you are revealed from duty with effect from 31 December 2011.You are further directed to clear all dues if any and submit company’s belonging to personnel dept.




We wish you all success and prosperity in your future life.




HR Manager



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Posted by Hrformats - February 1, 2012 at 12:19 PM

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