milimapsenkar Started The Discussion:
Hi All,
I work for Event Management Company as HR the problem with my staff is beside Accounts Dept they work on odd hours as a result can't be at office next day on time (9.00 am)but then everyone takes this advantage. How to go about this i want to implement a rule. How to get them on track? when you are working for Event Management Company you end up working odd hrs but then you have to be at office on time,this cant be a excuse but then at times it is not possible i can also understand this but something has to be done........please suggest how to go about it?
Posted 29th December 2007 From India, Panaji
Hi Mili


I recently attended an HR meet at Pune and one suggestion evolved while we were discussing about retention strategies that in case of industries like media ,event managment or software where employees need to work at odd hours "flexi timing" can work wonders.


You can have a word with management if they are ready to allow people to work on flexi timings


I hope my suggestion is of use to you


Feel free to get in touch with me at indrani.chakrabortty@ gmail.com for any further assistance.


Thanks and Regards


Indrani Chakraborty
Posted 29th December 2007 From India, Pune
Hi Indrani Thanks for reply but the mangement is not open to flexi timings. boss says 1-2 we can understand days but it should not be always. Regards, Mili
Posted 29th December 2007 From India, Panaji
HI Mili send me your mail id ,would like to discuss this at length Thanks and Regards Indrani Chakraborty
Posted 29th December 2007 From India, Pune
hi Greetings ! Interested in implementing soft rules for late coming in a media company Can double timings be implemented
Posted 11th February 2016 From India, Chennai



 
 
 
 







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