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  1. Provides a Policy & Procedures of Employee Transfer
  2. Provides a Flowchart of SOP Employee Transfer
  3. Provides of Employee Transfer Letter

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SOP Employee Transfer (Examples & Templates)

Contents :
1. Policy of Employee Transfer
2. Procedures of Employee Transfer
3. Flowchart of SOP Employee Transfer
4. Employee Transfer Letter

The purpose of this procedure is to explain the process of employee transfer professionally and effectively, so as to improve the performance of the employee in question as well as the performance of the team/division in which the employee works.

The transfer procedure is carried out in order to meet the company's HR management needs optimally, rather than basing it on subjective and unreasonable factors.

The transfer procedure also takes into account the compatibility of an employee's competencies with the new position to which they have been assigned.

Employee Transfer is the process of horizontal movement of an employee, wherein there is a change in the job, without any changes or revision in the remuneration, pay, and modification of responsibilities. It is a form ofinternal mobility, in which the employee is shifted from one job to another usually at a different location, department, or unit.

Transfer can either be temporary or permanent depending on the decision of the organization, and it is initiated by any of the two, i.e. employer or employee. Sometimes, it also includes promotion, demotion or even no change in the status and responsibility.

Every organization has a defied criteria for the transfer of employees, and it also varies from individual to individual. The primary reasons for employee transfer are mentioned here:

1. Some positions require distinctive skills, competency, and expertise from the transferred employees.
2. The transfer is also affected when there is a shortage of employees in one department of the organization due to high demand, and there are surplus employees in another department. So, the workers are shifted from one department to another.
3. It is also initiated when there are some clashes between the superior and subordinate or between two workers.
4. To break the monotony of the work, employees are transferred, as the productivity of an employee decreases by doing the same job again and again.
5. An employee may request the human resource department, to transfer him to another location, due to health issues because the climate is not suitable for his/her health.
6. Female employees commonly request a transfer when they get married, and they have to live with their spouses.
7. The transfer may be requested by the employee himself or by his immediate boss (superior) or by the manager of another department

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Untung Juanto ST. , MM. Founder of UJ Consulting. He is professionally experienced business and management consultant in several local and multinational companies. [read more]

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