anishmathews Started The Discussion:
Dear All, PFA some of the good HR Practices in great places. Regards, Anish Mathews
19th June 2008 From India, Bangalore
Attached Files
Shared By Cite.Community Member "anishmathews"
File Type: doc Innovative HR Practices-.doc (59.0 KB, 9362 views)

It is really good to know the prevailing innovative good hr practices. Thanks for sharing. Thanks and high regards Devarajan
25th August 2008 From India, Madras
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.


<link outdated-removed> ( Search On Cite | Search On Google )
26th August 2008 From United States, Sonora
Innovation's other name is change and change is mostly resisted by people. Since HR concerns people is very sensitive and any new practice can be introduced only after a considerable amount of research and study.
21st October 2008 From India, Calcutta
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???
5th January 2009 From India, Bangalore
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
6th January 2009 From India, Mumbai
hi everyone.i am working on project on innovative hr practices infmcg sector.can anyone help
7th January 2009 From India, New Delhi
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?
8th January 2009 From India, Bangalore
Hey Ujval ... First the HR needs to rise above its orthodox functions of recruiting, training etc. These are the expected job roles of any HR professional. HR practices would only be considered best if they enhance the productivity of the employees. For instance you assure a quality work life to your employees. Find out innovative ways in which you can motivate the employees such as awards, gifts etc. Also, figure out ways to break the monotony of the work place... for instance you can just take two hours off a day and arrange for the carrom competion. This will be a refreshing factor for your work force. It is also very important that employees have faith in your HR policies. Thats a key to build loyal employees. Hence address to their grievances. Like already mentioned, apply for awards to get your policies benchmarked etc. All this will help improve the quality of work life within the organization....
9th January 2009 From India, Bangalore

I am working on a research paper on Best People Practices. I need material (or links) on innovative HR practices in India along with the company name as well. It would be extremely helpful if someone could help.


5th February 2009 From India, Delhi


Disclaimer: This network and the advice provided in good faith by our members only facilitates as a direction towards the actions necessary. The advice should be validated by proper consultation with a certified professional. The network or the members providing advice cannot be held liable for any consequences, under any circumstances.

About Us - Advertise - Contact Us - RSS   On Google+  
Privacy Policy | Disclaimer | Terms Of Service
Facebook Page | Follow Us On Twitter | Linkedin Network