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Self Introduction Letter

I have attached self introduction letter from a newly joined employee.

 

Mr.A has joined (XYZ Company Name) Bangalore as ——, —– Engineer for —- group.
He holds a graduate degree in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering from xxxx and he brings with him xxyrs of industrial experience coupled with focused experience on Soc Design. Prior to joining us he was associated with xxxxx and xxxx.

Please join me in welcoming him to (XYZ Company).

 

OR

 

 

Hello All,

We have great addition to (XYZ Company Name) Bangalore. I request you all to join me and welcome Mr. ,,,,,,,, . He joined us on ……..(today) as a ……….

Below are few words about ,,,,,,,,,,,,, .

He holds a graduate degree in ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, from University and he brings with him +years of industrial experience coupled with focused experience on (,,,,,Domain)

Prior to joining us he was associated with ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Hello (Name of the joinee)

We are all excited to have you part of (XYZ Company Name). Looking forward to have a great contribution from you in building (XYZ Company Name).

Thanks,

 

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Posted by Hrformats - August 11, 2012 at 6:18 AM

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Mindset and How to Develop a Growth Mindset

Please find attached a very interesting ET article on Developing A Growth Mind-Set.

7/4/12                             Management Tip

Publication: The Economic Times Mumbai;Date: Jul 3, 2012;Section: Career & Business;Page: 8

Management Tip

 

Develop a Growth Mind-set

 

By Harvard Business Review

WE SPEND A lot of time and energy at work trying not to fail. However, most people describe their failures as an important part of learning and growing. Adapt a growth mind-set and accept that failure is part of the process of skill development.People with a growth mind-set feel smart when they’re learning, not just when they’re succeeding. Don’t limit yourself to doing things that you know you can do—you won’t grow that way. Instead, try things that are above your ability and set high goals that you aren’t sure
you can reach. You might surprise yourself and succeed, and if you don’t, you’ll learn something new.

NEXT TIP: Manage stress

by facing it

 

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Posted by Hrformats - July 10, 2012 at 5:49 AM

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Sample PaySlip

I have attached sample payslip for a small company.

 

COMPANY NAME

ADDRESS

 

 

SALARY SLIP FOR THE MONTH/YEAR _____________________

 

Employee Name:   

 

Date of Joining:      

 

Designation:            

EARNINGS

FOR THE MONTHS (In Rs.)

DEDUCTIONS

FOR THE MONTHS (In Rs.)

Basic Professional Tax
Variable
Conveyance
HRA
Medical
Gross Salary   Total Deductions
 

 

Net Salary  

Remarks: Salary for ______   days

 

                                                                                                                               

 

 

Signature (OF EMPLOYER)

STAMP

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Posted by Hrformats - June 4, 2012 at 4:16 AM

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PaySlip For a Small Company

I have Attached PaySlip For a Small Company

 

COMPANY NAME

ADDRESS

 

 

SALARY SLIP FOR THE MONTH/YEAR _____________________

 

Employee Name:   

 

Date of Joining:      

 

Designation:            

EARNINGS

FOR THE MONTHS (In Rs.)

DEDUCTIONS

FOR THE MONTHS (In Rs.)

       
Basic

Professional Tax

Variable

 

Conveyance

 

HRA

 

Medical

 

     

Gross Salary   Total Deductions

 

 

Net Salary  

Remarks: Salary for ______   days

 

                                                                                                                               

 

 

Signature (OF EMPLOYER)

STAMP

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PaySlip For a Small Company

 I have Attached PaySlip For a Small Company

 

COMPANY NAME

ADDRESS

 

 

SALARY SLIP FOR THE MONTH/YEAR _____________________

 

Employee Name:   

 

Date of Joining:      

 

Designation:            

EARNINGS

FOR THE MONTHS (In Rs.)

DEDUCTIONS

FOR THE MONTHS (In Rs.)

       
Basic

Professional Tax

Variable

 

Conveyance

 

HRA

 

Medical

 

     

Gross Salary   Total Deductions

 

 

Net Salary  

Remarks: Salary for ______   days

 

                                                                                                                               

 

 

Signature (OF EMPLOYER)

STAMP

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Posted by Hrformats - April 23, 2012 at 6:48 AM

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Letter of Appointment as a consultant

 I have Attached Letter of Appointment as a consultant

CONSULTANCY AGREEMENT

 

 

This agreement is made on the <date> day of <month year>, between Mr. /Ms. <Name> aged about <age> residing at <Address, City, Pin> [herein after referred to as Consultant] of the one part and <Name of company> having its registered office at <office address in full> [herein after referred to as the Company] of the second part.

 

This agreement has been entered into between the Consultant and the Company and will be effective from <effective date> for a period of ELEVEN MONTHS i.e. up to <end date>. This agreement supersedes all previous agreements.

 

Now this agreement witnesses the following terms and conditions agreed between the parties and are binding on both.

 

1.     The consultant shall be engaged under the designation of <”Designation- Department”> based at <Location>.

 

2.     The consultant will work on all working days during the tenure of the agreement, and in no circumstances may the consultant engage himself in any other business whatsoever whilst so engaged.

 

3.     The consultant shall not indulge in any act or omission, which is likely to harm the reputation of the company. The consultant will be signing the Non Disclosure Agreement of the company.

 

4.     The consultant shall be paid remuneration of Rs. <salary/-> < (salary in words)> per month excluding service tax on consultation on the succeeding <payroll date> of the calendar month during the agreement period.

 

5.     The consultant shall be paid remuneration as under during the agreement period:

 

Mention all details of compensation to be paid; for e.g.:

 

  • Medical coverage will be provided to the consultant and his family to the extent of Rs…../- p.a. for hospitalization expenses only, apart from Group personal accident & workmen’s compensation coverage.

 

 

  • The variable salary component, termed as Performance Linked Pay (PLP) will be pegged at 20% of your annual remuneration, and will be based on metrics, covering the business, financial and performance parameters and will be based on a combination of-

a)     The performance of the company as a whole (7%)

b)     The performance of the Business vertical and the Region concerned (7%)

c)     The performance of the Consultant (6%)

 

 

  • Mobile expenses will be reimbursed as per company policy.

 

  • Conveyance expenses will be reimbursed as per company policy.

 

 

6.     The consultant shall be provided a company vehicle which is to be maintained as per company policy (if vehicle will be provided)

 

7.      The consultant shall serve the company loyally, faithfully and diligently and shall at all times safeguard and protect the interest of the company.

 

8.     The consultant shall not have any financial transaction with other consultants or customer/suppliers of the company.

 

9.     The consultant shall not be entitled for benefits like gratuity, PF, and any other fringe benefits except mentioned in this agreement.

 

10. The consultant shall be entitled for <no. of leave days> days of leave per annum. Unavailed leave shall lapse at the end of the period of the contract.

 

11. Either party will be at liberty to terminate the agreement by giving one month’s notice in writing with or without assigning any reasons.

 

12. In the event of this agreement being terminated, the consultant shall repay the lump sum amount outstanding against him on any account whatsoever.

 

 

This agreement shall be enforceable by suit or otherwise at <location> only.

 

Witness:

 

 

 

Authorised signatory

Signature of the Consultant

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Posted by Hrformats - February 11, 2012 at 11:40 AM

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