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COCP Mobile policy
R Sekhar Nair
Asked a year ago
can you share your mobile policy? do you have COCP Mobile policy? do you extend this policy to non employees, contractors?also to family and friends COCP bill plando you allow employees to convert the connection to ioip while the employee leaves the organisation?what are the precautions to be taken while bill payments, excess recoveries, exceptions etc.
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Shailendra Nath
Answered a year ago
IOIP is better, more flexible option while still enabling the use of CUG discounts. COCP can at times lead to billing issues which are difficult to resolve. Also migration of network or location becomes a challenge even if for official transfer
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Arpit Mathur
Answered a year ago
I second Shailendra. Managing COCP is like exposing yourself to external threats with people moving on retaining no. It becomes Company
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Dalip Singh Negi
Answered a year ago
Dear Sekhar, we at Tupperware have a mobile bill policy which is completely on ioip regardless of the level......I Understand that we being an organisation which does not have a big workforce hence the policy. for big organizations its suggested to have a tie-up with a good mobile service provider & assign connections on ioip basis....thus reducing the liability of company as well ease of shift when one leaves the organisation.this can also be extended to non employees / contractors ( if require)
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Kapil Gulati
Answered a year ago
Hi Sekhar, my company has COCP policy and I must say it is the best policy. It comes with few benefits like , all employees are enrolled on one common plan which they
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Anil Goyal
Answered a year ago
The telecom industry has transformed its pricing strategy over the last few years as a result of which today unlimited calls and SMSs are available totally free (In COCP the main attraction was CUG which is no more a advantage with current unlimited calling)– whether local or roaming. The only charge is on Data which is also available today and extremely reasonable rates. In light of the above, we have revised our the Mobile Usage eligibility for official usage . These are applicable to both – Company Owned Company Paid (COCP) and Company Owned Individual Paid COIP plans.
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NARAYANA RANGASWAMY
Answered a year ago
Corporate Mobile Connection - Guidelines Objective: These guidelines have been introduced to: • Clearly define who is entitled to a Corporate Mobile Connection and how the costs of the rental and call costs will be met. • Streamline statement administration and payment, and the reimbursement of the costs of business calls. Entitlement: • Employees who are in the position of Associate Manager and above. • Employees engaged in ‘On Call Support’ Services. • Employees who are in Operations Team. Corporate SIM Card: • The Company will provide the official SIM to all entitled employees. • This facility is provided purely for official purpose. However personal usage is allowed to the extent approved by the Management (Local calls only) and the personal usage should be declared within two days once the Bill received from Administration Department. • The call charges will be paid by the Company whereas the personal usage charges including applicable taxes needs to be paid to the Company by Cheque / Cash / Online Transfer to the Company’s account. • All National / International Calls and Roaming charges will be considered as personal usage unless specifically mentioned as Business related calls with valid reason. • Employees are allowed to add Value Added Services or Add on packs and the charges including taxes shall be borne by the individual. • Currently, the Company has tied up with Bharti Airtel as its service provider, as CUG and group facilities are enjoyed by the company. • Depending upon the usage of the service, company reserves the right to change the plan or tariff, wherever and whenever there is a scope for reduction of telephone expense. • This SIM is returnable / transferrable (to individual name) upon transfer / discontinuation of the services with the company. • In case of loss of SIM, the employee must lodge complaint to the nearby police station, to avoid any misuse of the SIM and inform the company as soon as possible. • The Corporate SIM Card provided to an employee is company’s asset and any time it may be demanded to be surrendered to the company. These guidelines would be effective Month Date, Year.
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Vijay Dangi
Answered 6 months ago
Dear Venkatesh,1. In some organizations as a practice - a list of expectant women and specially able is available with key rescue team members.2. ERT Members (mostly females) are assigned special responsibility to assist them during evacuation drills.3. Arrangement of stretcher and wheel chairs as required.  4. First priority of evacuation is always given to expectant women, kids in creche, specially able and senior citizens.
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