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Warning notice for general behavior Issues

An employee behavior warning letter is a document that an employer issues to notify an employee that they violated company policy. The purpose of a warning letter is to inform the employee of their unacceptable conduct, poor performance, or behavior, and also the consequences of their actions. A written notice is given to an employee if they continue to violate company policies even after receiving a verbal warning in order to protect the company against future disputes.

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Passive-candidate-email-template

This is a cold email template you can use when sourcing passive candidates for an open position or trying to hire for hard-to-fill roles in your company. Use this template to compose informative and appealing emails that will save you time and are more likely to get a positive response. You can easily customize this passive candidate email template to keep a more formal or informal tone, aligned with your company culture.

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Salary Calculator

The Salary Calculator converts salary amounts to their corresponding values based on payment frequency.

The Salary Calculator tells you monthly take-home, or annual earnings .

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Drug testing policy

Our drug testing policy explains how and when we test job candidates or employees for substance use. We want to ensure that employees (especially those in safety-sensitive roles) are sober and alert when performing their duties.

drug testing policy will tell you when and why job applicants and employees may be tested for drug and alcohol use.

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Manpower Requisition

Manpower requisition consists of putting right number of people, right kind of people at the right place, right time, doing the right things for which they are suited for the achievement of goals of the organization.

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Job Description

A job description is a document intended to provide job applicants with an outline of the main duties and responsibilities of the role for which they are applying.

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Recruitment tracker

The recruitment tracker software does the screening of the applicants based on the pre-entered user criteria, keywords, and experience and shortlists the most suitable candidates for the listed profiles.

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Interview Guide

An interview guide is simply a list of the high level topics that you plan on covering in the interview with the high level questions that you want to answer under each topic.

The process of creating such a guide can help to focus and organize your line of thinking and therefore questioning.

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Acceptance of employee Apology-All purpose

Knowing how to accept an apology in writing is helpful in both professional and personal situations.

An apology is a way through which we express regret for the past action or behavior. Apology letter is a written statement of acceptance of fault or mistake and to apologize to someone for the mistakes, wrong doing, mis-understanding and Misbehavior done in the past.

An apology should demonstrate regret and an acknowledgement that the person has done something wrong or feels remorse in some way. A true apology will show that the person is taking appropriate responsibility for the situation they have caused.

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Labour Law Trade Union

Trade Union means any combination, whether temporary or permanent, formed primarily for the purpose of regulating the relations between workmen and employers or between workmen and workmen or between employers and employers for imposing restrictive conditions on the conduct of any trade or business and includes any federation of two or more Trade Unions.

Trade Union means an association of workers in one or more occupations. Its object is the protection and promotion of the interests of the working class. Trade Unions have a home grown philosophy based on workers' experience and psychology. It grows out of the workers' day-to-day experience.

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Labor law Fair Treatment

Equal Remuneration Act, 1976 requires employers to pay equal remuneration to workers for same work or work of a similar nature without any discrimination on the basis of sex.

The Act requires every employer not to pay to any worker the remuneration (payable in cash or in kind) at rates less favorable than those at which remuneration is paid by him to the workers of the opposite sex for performing the same work or work of a similar nature.

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Labour Law Health & Safety

Health has been defined as "a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity."occupational health deals with all aspects of health and safety in the workplace and has a strong focus on primary prevention of hazards.

employers have a common law duty to take reasonable care of the safety of their employees.The goal of occupational safety and health programs is to foster a safe and healthy work environment.

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Labour Law Compensation

Employee compensation -- payment of wages and benefits -- is one of the most important aspects of being an employer, and also one of the most litigious. Complying with federal and state wage and fair pay laws such as minimum wage requirements, overtime, and mandatory break periods can be complex.

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Labour Law Annual Leaves & Holidays

Annual leave is paid time off work granted by employers to employees to be used for whatever the employee wishes. Depending on the employer's policies, differing number of days may be offered, and the employee may be required to give a certain amount of advance notice, may have to coordinate with the employer to be sure that staffing is adequately covered during the employee's absence, and other requirements may have to be met.

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Wage Ceiling under EPF Act

As an employee working in a corporate set-up, there are several things one would like to know about the Employees Provident Fund (EPF). EPF is the main scheme under the Employees’ Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952 . The scheme is managed under the aegis of Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO). 

Under EPF scheme, an employee has to pay a certain contribution towards the scheme and an equal contribution is paid by the employer. The employee gets a lump sum amount including self and employer’s contribution with interest on both, on retirement. Read more at: https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/wealth/earn/all-about-employees-provident-fund-scheme/articleshow/58906943.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst

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Rules for Statutory deductions Exemption

Statutory Compliance in HR refers to the legal framework that an organization should adhere to in dealing with its employees.Thus, Statutory Compliance means adhering to rules and regulations.In order to manage with demanding regulatory environment, every company should be well versed and take notice of all regulations in the labor laws. They need to formulate efficient ways to maintain compliance and minimize risks.

Tax exemptions are nothing but the reduction of the tax liability on a person for investing in an instrument or spending as approved by the government. Tax exemptions have become an effective tool for promoting investments and savings.

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Professional Tax

Profession tax is the tax levied and collected by the state governments in India. It is a indirect tax. A person earning an income from salary or anyone practicing a profession such as chartered accountant, company secretary, lawyer, doctor etc. are required to pay this professional tax.

Different states have different rates and methods of collection. In India, profession tax is imposed every month. However, not all states impose this tax.

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PF ESIC_MLWF 1

This document describes the rules for ESI and PF Deduction where ESI is Employee State Insurance (ESI) and PF is Provident Fund (PF). These are two social security schemes available to employees working in India.

The Provident Fund (PF) contribution is 12% of PF Wages from both employee and employer. For the calculation, the maximum limit of Basic is Rs 6500/-. It means even if the employee’s PF Wages is above Rs 6500/-, the employer is liable to contribute only on Rs 6500/-, that is Rs 780/-.

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Payment of Gratuity act

It is a payment made with the intention of helping an employee monetarily after his retirement. The Payment of Gratuity Act was passed by Indian Parliament in 21 August 1972. The Act came in force on 16 September 1972.

it is given by the employer to his/her employee for the services rendered by him during the period of employment. It is usually paid at the time of retirement but can be paid earlier, provided certain conditions are met. A person is eligible to receive gratuity only if he has completed minimum five years of service with an organisation. However, it can be paid before the completion of five years at the death of an employee or if he has become disabled due to accident or disease. 

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ESIC-new-wage- ceiling

Employees’ State Insurance or ESI is the insurance which provides medical care to industrial workers and other employees. You can use this insurance in case of sickness, maternity, injury and other medical-related matters.

The ESIC has now increased the wage limit for the ESI Act to Rs 21,000. The wage ceiling was last raised in May 2010. Back then, the wage limit was increased from Rs 10,000 to Rs 15,000. Now the wage limit has been raised to Rs 21,000. This brings it in line with the wage limit for the Payment of Bonus Act.

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