[Resolved] Fake Appointment Letter — Mr. Manish, hr.[protected]@gmail.com
I received a fake appointment letter from the below address
Human Resource Manager (H.R.M)
STAR ENERGY COMPANY LTD.
Its clearly fraud. Because why would a company hr mail from free web browser instead of the company mail id..Please take necessary action
STAR ENERGY COMPANY LTD
Address: Ground Floor Burdett House 15/16 Buckingham Street London WC2N 6DU.
E-mail : [protected]@ star-energy.net
Website : www.star-energy.net
Congratulation on Your Appointment
ATTENTION: N.SREERAMI REDDY
Agreement date: 8th JUNE 2009
SOFT COPY OF APPOINTMENT & TERMS
This is to certify that the above named person has been employed with STAR ENERGY COMPANY LTD UK for a Three (3) year contract. You are therefore required to print out the last page of this employment appointment bond, fill the gaps, sign and attach a copy of your passport photograph on the space given, scan and send a copy back to us for confirmation of your appointment & a copy to the Principal attorney of (SCOTTISH-YARD CHAMBERS) for the acquisition of your Affidavit of Guarantee and this must not exceed 18th of June 2009.
All employee are expected to procure an affidavit of guarantee for this is an indisputable policy of the British Government migratory law and it’s also in line with sub-section 12.3 Article11.42 of the STAR ENERGY COMPANY LTD Constitutional policy and code of conduct which you must adhere to. In conclusion, this will go a long way to indicate your seriousness to work with this firm and further more also shows commitment on your side along with other traits.
On presentation of your Affidavit of Guarantee, the company shall subsequently reimburse you any amount spent in the process, send you your visa, flight ticket, work and resident permit papers. Your one month upfront salary will also be sent to you as well as order entitlements in other to help you take care of your local expenses before you embark on your trip to UK.
STAR ENERGY COMPANY LTD specializes in Oil and Gas exploiration.
This agreement is made and entered into by and between STAR ENERGY COMPANY LTD and EMPLOYEE (N.SREERAMI REDDY) Employer hereby employs Employee and Employee accepts such employment on the following terms and conditions:
ARTICLE 1: TRAVEL DOCUMENTS
All currently employed International employees (Non United Kingdom citizens) who do not presently possess a valid Work and Resident Permit papers are required to present an Affidavit of Guarantee, which must be procured from the Companies accredited Attorney (SCOTTISH-YARD CHAMBERS), as this is in line with sub-section 12.3 Article11.42 of the STAR ENERGY COMPANY LTD Constitutional policy and code of conduct which you must adhere to.
NAME OF CHAMBER: SCOTTISH-YARD CHAMBERS
CONTACT NAME: BARR. DERECK MARK
DESIGNATION: SENIOR ADVOCATE
Telephone: +[protected], +[protected]
E-mail: [protected]@laywer.com OR [protected]@ymail.com
ARTICLE 2: TERMS
Employee shall be employed by Employer for a period of Three (3) years from the effective date hereof. This letter agreement shall be automatically renewed for successive additional One (1) year term unless notice of termination is given in writing by either party to the other party at least thirty (30) days prior to the expiration of the initial term or any such renewal term.
ARTICLE 3: INTERVIEW
Personal interview will not be conducted for we develop individuals through a portfolio of training and development courses which is designed to help make the best of your abilities and talents. We also have an active programe of in-house training, as well as external training for all our engineers which normally last for two months before the commencement of duty-personal interview may not be necessary.
ARTICLE 4: DUTIES
Employee shall hold the title appointed to him/her and shall perform such services regarding the operations of Employer as are appropriate for the position and as the Board of Directors, or senior management, may from time to time request.
The Company reserves the right to assign you to duties of a different nature either additional to or instead of those referred to above, it being understood that you will not be assigned duties which you cannot reasonably perform.
Employee shall at all time faithfully, with diligence, and to the best of his ability, experience and talents, perform all the duties that may be required of and from him pursuant to the terms of this letter agreement.
ARTICLE 5: COMPENSATION
In consideration of the work and other services that Employee performs for STAR ENERGY COMPANY LTD hereunder, STAR ENERGY COMPANY LTD shall pay Employee the following:
(a) SALARY: Your salary will be paid on a monthly basis. You will be entitled to commission to be paid on a monthly basis one month in arrears, specific details on quota targets and achievement incentives will be as discussed with your manager and as provided separately in a Sales Incentive Plan.
Salary payments will be made on the (26th) twenty-sixth day of each month. Performance reviews will be carried out once in a 2 month period; The first monthly salary shall be paid in advance before employee embarks on journey to assume duty, this is to enable employee settle all domestic needs local expenditures incurred as a result of readiness before travel, as no excuses will be entertained on assumption of duty relating to default.
This is in accordance with the British and European Union expatriate Financial Statutory law.
(b) ACCOMODATION: STAR ENERGY COMPANY LTD has provided a suitable Accommodation in the forms of self content (applying to single employees) and family sized accommodations (in the case of married employees) in the STAR ENERGY COMPANY LTD Residential Estates. Services of Chauffeurs, gardeners, stewards and butlers are available upon request by employees at the expense of STAR ENERGY COMPANY LTD. Privacy rights are strictly observed and will “NOT BE VIOLATED”.
(c) AUTO ALLOWANCE: Employee is entitled to an official car in addition to the monthly allowance; Employer shall pay £5, 020 per month for Employee's use of his personal automobile on behalf of Employer. Such auto allowance shall be payable in accordance with Employer's normal payroll policies, not subject to withholding for federal income tax, and local taxes;
(d) INSURANCE: Employer will provide Employee with life insurance coverage, hospitalization and major medical insurance at no cost to the Employee. Such Employee's dependants may be covered under such insurance policy, subject to the terms of such policy, at the expense of Employer.
(e) HOURS OF WORK: Your normal hours of work are 40 hours in a five-day week exclusive of lunch breaks. The core office hours are 8.30am to 6.00pm, however the times are negotiable with your manager. You may be required to work additional hours from time to time.
The Working Time Regulations 1998 ("the Regulations") impose a limit on the hours which employees can be required to work, and this limit is a maximum of 48 hours over a 7 day period, averaged over 17 weeks.
The Regulations give some workers entitlement to rest breaks. Certain parts of the Regulations may not apply to certain workers or workers in special circumstances. Unless you are a worker who is not covered by or who is excluded from the Regulations or some parts or provisions of the Regulations, you will have the following entitlements:
(i) An entitlement to 11 hours rest between each working day;
(ii) An entitlement to 24 hours rest in each 7 day period;
(iii) An entitlement to an uninterrupted break of 20 minutes rest if you work continuously for more than 6 hours (it is likely that this will be covered by your lunch break).
We expect you to take the rest breaks to which you are entitled. If for any reason you encounter any difficulty in taking your rest breaks, you should contact the Human Resources department immediately.
You must obtain the consent of the Chief Executive officer and President before you become engaged or employed in, or provide services to, any other business or Organization. Even if you obtain such consent, you must only work such hours with all employers so that you enjoy all entitlements you may have under the Regulations.
ARTICLE 6: VACATION AND SICK LEAVE
In addition to statutory public and bank holidays, you are entitled to 22 working days' annual holiday in each calendar year, paid at your normal basic rate of pay such vacations/holidays shall be taken at such time, or times, as shall not be disruptive to the business of Employer. Scheduling shall be accomplished with the Executive Committee.
Employer will pay for travel expenses (flight tickets) and travel allowances of employee.
Vacations/holidays must be requested using the Company's official holiday request form that must be properly authorized and then handed to Human Resources for filing.
With the exception of an employee taking maternity or parental leave, an employee on unpaid leave of absence does not accrue holiday during any such period. An employee must work more than half the days in a month to be eligible for holiday to be accrued in that month.
If you are absent from work due to sickness or other medical incapacity the Company will continue to pay your normal salary ("Company Sick Pay"). Your entitlement to Company sick pay increases with length of service and is subject to your compliance with the Company's sickness reporting procedures set out below. Company sick pay entitlement in any period of 12 months is as follows:
Length of Service Company Sick Pay Entitlement (Working days)
Less than 1 year 5 days
1-3 years 10 days
3-5 years 15 days
5 years and above 20 days
Thereafter you will be entitled to statutory sick pay subject to the normal limits.
To qualify for sick pay a Company certification form must support any period of absence. For periods of absence of 5 working days or more, medical certification from your GP must be provided.
If your attendance is unsatisfactory because of frequent or continuous sick absence, whether medically or self-certified, your suitability for continued employment may be reviewed. No payments will be made in respect of periods o[censored]nauthorized absence from work.
You must ensure that the Company is informed by telephone as early as possible on the first working day of your illness. The Company's printed sickness form should be completed and sent to the Human Resources Director no later than 7 days after the first day of absence due to illness.
It is your responsibility to notify the Company at the earliest opportunity of the anticipated duration of absence and in the case of a longer term absence, it is your responsibility to ensure that the Company is kept informed at least once a week of your progress and likely date of your return.
ARTICLE 7: CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
Employee acknowledges that in the course of employment by Employer, Employee will receive certain trade secrets and confidential information belonging to the Employer which Employer desires to protect as confidential.
For the purposes of this Agreement, the term "confidential information" shall mean information of any nature and in any form which at the time is not generally known to those persons engaged in business similar to that conducted by Employer. Employee agrees that such information is confidential and will not reveal such information to anyone other than officers, directors and employees of Employer. Upon termination of employment, for any reason, Employee shall surrender all papers, documents and other property of Employer.
ARTICLE 8: TERMINATION FOR CAUSE
Employer may terminate employment of Employee under this letter agreement if any of the following occur:
(a) The death of Employee; or
(b) The Employee breaches any material provision of this agreement; or
(c) For a period of 120 days or more in any period of 6 consecutive months be incapable of performing your duties hereunder by reason of ill health or other incapacity (whether accidental or otherwise); or
(d) The Employee fails, or refuses to perform any job duty resulting in substantial prejudice to employer's business interests; or
(e) Be guilty of continuing unsatisfactory conduct or poor performance of your duties, after having received a written warning from the Company relating to the same.
In the event of a termination for cause pursuant to the provisions of this letter agreement, Employer shall give a written statement to Employee specifying the event causing such termination, and the termination will be immediately effective.
Any delay by the Company in asserting its rights under these provisions does not constitute a waiver.
However, any of the provisions of this agreement relating to activities and conduct after the termination of the employment relationship between Employer and Employee shall remain in full force and effect, and is enforceable.
ARTICLE 9: TERMINATION AND COMPENSATION
In the event that Employer elects to terminate Employee from employment prior to the expiration of a One (1) year initial term, or renewal term, of this Agreement for any reason other than termination for cause as expressly provided for in (Termination and Cause) then, and in that event, Employer shall pay to Employee, on the effective date of such termination, the following compensation:
(1) A lump sum payment equal to six (6) month's base salary.
(2) A lump sum payment equal to six (6) month's automobile allowance.
(3) Shall continue the payment of premiums for hospitalization and major medical insurance for the lesser period of either three (3) months or the date on which Employee secures full time employment that affords equivalent medical coverage.
ARTICLE 10: HEALTH & SAFETY REGULATIONS
You will be required to comply with the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Management of Health and Safety at Work (Amendment) Regulations 1994 to take responsible care of yourself and other persons who may be affected by your acts or omissions at work. You must not misuse or intentionally interfere with anything provided in the interests of health and safety.
ARTICLE 11: EXCLUSIVITY OF SERVICE
You are required to devote your full time, attention and abilities to your job duties during working hours, and to act in the best interests of the Company at all times. You must not, without the written consent of the Company, be in any way directly or indirectly engaged or concerned in any other business or activities where this is, or is likely to be, in conflict with the interests of the Company or any Associated Company or where this may adversely affect the efficient performance of your duties.
ARTICLE 12: PRIOR TO RESUMPTION
As inscribed above, you shall also be expected to start your job processes by acquiring all necessary traveling papers with the o[censored].K PERMIT SERVICE (UKPS) as a sign of readiness to enable you receive all your due entitlements prior to resumption of duty and to enable you settle all domestic necessities before embarking on project trip and avoidance of excuses leading to delays on your side.
ARTICLE 13: GOVERNING LAW / AUTHORIZATION TO WORK
This letter agreement shall be construed and enforced in accordance with, and be governed by, the laws of the British Government. The second ministerial meeting between European Union (EU) on terrorism, which was held in Brussels on 11th October 1999. Where regulations adopted on Immigration Reform and Control Act, you will need to present documentation demonstrating that you have authorization to work in United Kingdom.
ARTICLE 14: ENTIRE AGREEMENT
This letter agreement contains the entire understanding of the parties and all of the covenants and agreements between the parties with respect to the employment.
THIS EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT IS ENTERED INTO THIS DAY
8 JUNE 2009
Dr. Oliver Williams
The Managing Director,
STAR ENERGY COMPANY LTD.
Telephone: +[protected], +[protected]
EMPLOYEE; FILL BELOW
NAME: …………………………...⇄ …………………………...⇄
COUNTRY/ LOCATION: …………………………...⇄
In the attention of:
Mr. Franker Thomas
STAR ENERGY COMPANY LTD.
Human Resource Manager (H.R.M)
STAR ENERGY COMPANY LTD.
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