Official holidays for 2007
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The list of holidays for Zyxware for the year 2007 is as follows.

January 26 - Republic Day
February 16 - Shivratri
March 31 - Milad-e-Sherif (Nabidinam)
April 6 - Good Friday
May 1 - May Day (Labour Day)
August 15 - Independence Day
August 27 - Thiru Onam
August 28 - Shri Narayana Guru
October 2 - Gandhi Jayanti
October 13 - Ramzan *
December - 20 - Bakrid *
December - 25 - Christmas

* Subject to change depending on the sighting of moon.


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on 01st September 2007 / by webmaster
The list of holidays for Zyxware for the year 2007 is as follows. Company Documents Company Policies Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Cherry (not verified) access_time 13 Sep 2019 - 23:13 Why are the days picked out and chosen for employees? There are 12 days mentioned here. Why not give people ( employees) the option of choosing any 12 days of their liking for personal holidays so that the company doesn’t dictate terms on their personal religious inclinations ? If sufficiently early notice is provided, things can be planned for as well. Also, why is this on the public website and not a private internal employee webpage ? Cheers, Cherry Anoop John (not verified) access_time 13 Sep 2019 - 23:13 1) Since the number of employees are still small it is difficult to manage operations with the optional holidays model. If a certain combination of employees do not come to office on a particular day even if that be only 6/12 or 7/12 people the company will not be able to function properly on that day. In a larger company this might not cause any problem because of the cushion of larger number of employees. 2) In the longer run we will be moving to the optional holiday pattern with a set of fixed holidays and a set of optional holidays. 3) This is on the public site for 2 reasons - a) Open documentation policy :). b) Customers/Clients can know ahead the holidays of the company. Cherry (not verified) access_time 13 Sep 2019 - 23:13 1) I guess you know the logistics better, but having a situation where employees feel committed enough to the company to be flexible about their holidays seems a good deal of a better work situation than having rules set in stone. This would be especially true when the example is set from the ‘top’, whatever that is. 2) Good luck with this. 3) Open Documentation: Even open source projects have “internal” mailing lists. All the BSDs have them, most of the bazaar model’s have “rings” where private email resolves “internal” issues. I don’t think it is a good precedent. Add new comment
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on 14th September 2007 / by webmaster
After giving the Offer Letter, an Appointment Letter is the next step of interaction between a company and an employee. For him/her, a Letter of Appointment is a guarantee about the given job and position in that company. There are various formats available. Given below is the one which we use at Zyxware. Company Documents Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Santosh Kr. Lenka. (not verified) access_time 13 Sep 2019 - 23:13 Dear Sir/Madam, Please send some idea regarding made/send the matter of three yrs. agreement for appointment. Is it along with the appointment letter or separetly a bond paper. Thanks & Regards. Santosh. webmaster access_time 13 Sep 2019 - 23:13 In reply to matter for three yrs. agreement of appointment by Santosh Kr. Lenka. (not verified) We currently don't have a document like that. You can please check back once in a while to see if we have any that might fit your purpose. Team Zyxware prabodh (not verified) access_time 13 Sep 2019 - 23:13 respected sir, i shall be thankful.if you can send me a draft /sample of appointment letter that can be issued to junior mgt. / operationa personnel in hospitality sector. regards, prabodh h s mukherjee (not verified) access_time 13 Sep 2019 - 23:13 In reply to sample of appointment letter of hospitality sector staff by prabodh (not verified) respected sir, i shall be thankful.if you can send me a draft /sample of appointment letter alongwith a standard copy of comp.terms & condition that can be issued to our operational personnel and diffrent type of employee working with us. They are working for hospitality and facility management service provider sector. regards, Anil Sharma (not verified) access_time 13 Sep 2019 - 23:13 Dear Sir/Madam, Please send some idea regarding letter writing to my Sr,Boss, ( send me following things, I require so n so, on and more) Regards Anil Sharma Add new comment
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on 14th September 2007 / by webmaster
An offer letter is the first document using which a company contacts the employee who is selected for appointment. It contains the designation offered, general terms, salary figures, payment details, working hours etc. The employee can either accept or reject the offer. If he agrees to the conditions given in the Offer Letter, he will inform a convenient joining date. Then the company issues the Appointment Letter as a confirmation of his job. Company Documents Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Pritish (not verified) access_time 13 Sep 2019 - 23:13 very good Krishna (not verified) access_time 13 Sep 2019 - 23:13 more terms would go in association with the local government norms and also is different from place to place. Some more important points to ponder: Place of employment Annual Vacation Misconduct and misbehavior josh (not verified) access_time 13 Sep 2019 - 23:13 the offer letter format is reallly excellent keep it up Our Offer Letter format is given below. Offer Letter Dear Mr./Ms. , It is my pleasure to extend the following offer of employment to you on behalf of , further to the interview and discussions you have had with us. You are expected to join duty on . You are appointed to the position of and in this capacity, you will report directly to . As , your starting monthly remuneration will be Rs 00,000/- (Rupees ……..Thousand Only). You will be on a probation period of six months. Your working hours start from to with one hour break a day and you are scheduled to work through to , which is hours a week. After successful completion of the probation and review thereof, you will be entitled to other allowances and benefits whatsoever as per policies of the organization. Regular performance reviews will be done to assess your suitability. You shall receive your payments on or before the of every month. Offer stands canceled in case of any deviations in information or if you fail to report to me on or before pre-decided date. I will have to assume that you have not accepted this job offer if i do not hear from you before You will need to submit all your original qualification documents, relieving documents and salary slip (if any) of last three months with a copy of each, on the date of joining. I look forward to an enduring relationship with your self. Yours sincerely, Anonymous (not verified) access_time 13 Sep 2019 - 23:13 I am new member for this.. hi to all........ srividya Jeeva (not verified) access_time 13 Sep 2019 - 23:13 In reply to Hello by Anonymous (not verified) I need a sample format of offer letter Add new comment
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Why are the days picked out and chosen for employees? There are 12 days mentioned here. Why not give people ( employees) the option of choosing any 12 days of their liking for personal holidays so that the company doesn’t dictate terms on their personal religious inclinations ? If sufficiently early notice is provided, things can be planned for as well.

Also, why is this on the public website and not a private internal employee webpage ?

Cheers,

Cherry


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1) Since the number of employees are still small it is difficult to manage operations with the optional holidays model. If a certain combination of employees do not come to office on a particular day even if that be only 6/12 or 7/12 people the company will not be able to function properly on that day. In a larger company this might not cause any problem because of the cushion of larger number of employees.

2) In the longer run we will be moving to the optional holiday pattern with a set of fixed holidays and a set of optional holidays.

3) This is on the public site for 2 reasons - a) Open documentation policy :). b) Customers/Clients can know ahead the holidays of the company.


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1) I guess you know the logistics better, but having a situation where employees feel committed enough to the company to be flexible about their holidays seems a good deal of a better work situation than having rules set in stone. This would be especially true when the example is set from the ‘top’, whatever that is.

2) Good luck with this.

3) Open Documentation: Even open source projects have “internal” mailing lists. All the BSDs have them, most of the bazaar model’s have “rings” where private email resolves “internal” issues. I don’t think it is a good precedent.