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Dear All, PFA some of the good HR Practices in great places. Regards, Anish Mathews


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Devarajan.N - Member Since: Apr 2007
It is really good to know the prevailing innovative good hr practices. Thanks for sharing. Thanks and high regards Devarajan

mkirkendall - Member Since: Aug 2007
Thank you for the great information.

A number of years ago I worked for a company that gave employees "scratchers" (kind of like a lottery ticket) for various types of recognition. With the points accumulated from these scratchers they could then purchase items from the company store (Hats, Shirts, Jackets, Coffee Cups, Golf Accessories etc.) all marked with the company logo. Apart from giving recognicion, they built pride in the company name.

Another company more recently gave employees Visa Gift cards that had the company artwork on them.

Just a couple of thoughts to go with the great ideas already mentioned.

Mark

www.hrdatamanager.com

dattashaoli - Member Since: Jun 2007
Innovation's other name is change and change is mostly resisted by people. Since HR concerns people ...it is very sensitive and any new practice can be introduced only after a considerable amount of research and study.

sanglesh.sai - Member Since: Dec 2008
Thanks for the article. Those were some really innovative practices. In fact, if any of you have used similar HR approaches within your organization, why don’t you enroll yourself for the SAIL HR Awards? In association with the IIM-A, SAIL is giving out awards to manufacturing companies who have implemented innovative HR practices to the advantage of their firm. I think it is a very good opportunity to get your HR policies recognized among the manufacturing fraternity! Check out the details at SAIL HR Award for Excellence

arun.sinha - Member Since: Jan 2009
Thanx! That was an informative article. In fact I would also like to say that the idea of applying for an award is also a good one. The more reputed an award is, the better recognition your company HR policies would get. This also helps instill faith among employees in the HR practices of an organization, and therefore they tend to stick around for a longer time. However, while SAIL HR award is a renowned one, I would also like to know about some international platforms for HR. Can anyone help please???

ujvalshankar@gmail.com - Member Since: Jan 2009
Hi All,I am in an urgent need of HR Best practices that have been impelemented across the industry.Request all of you to share some of the best practices among your work place.regards,uJVAL

pgoplani123 - Member Since: Jan 2009
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nehal.jiml - Member Since: Jan 2009
hi everyone.i am working on project on innovative hr practices infmcg sector.can anyone help

manish_gupta - Member Since: Jan 2009
I read some of you guys write about the SAIL HR awards. However, as far as i know, SAIL is a manufacturing company. How credible will an HR award be from a manufacturing company? If we are talking of HR awards, i think we should concentrate more on awards given by reputed HR institutes. What do you say?



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