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Thread Started by #Deepali Singh

HI FRENS,
as i hv told earlier i m workin with an international call center as an hr exec. its an upcoming call center, thus manpower is not so large. its been just a month i hv started workin dere. d prob i m facin is dat , i think my director is now under d impression dat he can carry all hr functions himself, coz workforce is not much. so he reacts in such away dat irritates me, he tries to exaggerate my mistakes. due to certain probs i want to continue here atleast for 2 more months. i try to workout for new things, new plan of actions for recruitment, selection, training , payroll bt he hardly gives any considerations to it. Smtimes i think dat i shud nt do things if im not being told for dem and only do wht he says , bt den i find no career development. The only problem in my cmpny is dat the things are nt standardized.
so, plz suggest me as to wht shud i do. though im offered a good salary and flexible timings also.
dips
29th June 2005 From India, Delhi
Hmmm Interesting.... I think your hr manager feels that he can only do all the job, also he feels only if he does the job, it is done perfect.
The suggestion I can give is..... You can Call for a meeting and ask him what is your Role in your organisationa and your Responsibilities, Once this is carved out, Ask them to write it in a Paper and give it to you. So you can atleast do only those jobs for another 2 months.
If you have New Innovative Ideas to implement, Then you cant do it yourself wihout letting know to others, So you can Jot it down in paper or mail them to your hr manager, CEO, and other depts manager, so they can come in your way and support your views, If majority agrees then you can Go Ahead, ignoring your HR Manager.
What I feel is work for a Boss Who Challenges your Power! There you can Find Success :!:
All the best
29th June 2005 From India, Bangalore
thanks pramod,
bt d prob is just nt dis . actually he is nt d hr manager. he is d owner of dis, and my hr manager has just resigned, secondly dere is not much hierarchy n no oder deptt. even .thus only an hr, operations and admin deptt. r dere. so i m d only one rite now here in hr dept.
dips
29th June 2005 From India, Delhi
Deepali, If you feel that you have capable of doing better things and you dont have the opportunity here, then I suggest you can find a better company where you have prospects and Job Satisfaction, Instead of groaning in this organisation.
In this organisation, ask your boss to write down all the policies which will help in the long term instead of commanding it orally, so atleast you can have the chance to formulate strategies and implement new policies! And you can also follow that!
I am sure if the boss is not right then the whole organisation will not be right. Dont be a mere puppet.
29th June 2005 From India, Bangalore
know more abt me at www.pramodn.us.tt or and click about us. I am working as hr in a company in bangalore.
29th June 2005 From India, Bangalore
wow pramod dats really great. just gone thru ur website. feeling as if i am nowhere n how much i lag behind. really dere’s alot of things i need to know n learn. dips
29th June 2005 From India, Delhi
what is there in your mind now.. what you are upto?.... I came to know you are fresher, so why suddenly you are implementing new things, first initially understand the company... then make the right Move.. DOnt jump into conclusions.
29th June 2005 From India, Bangalore
DEAR DEEPALI DUDE....
SITUATION IS SAME EVERYWHER....ALL BOSSES ARE ALIKE....DATZ THE REASON THY ARE BOSSES....I M GOINTHROUGH THE SAME....UNDERSTAND ONE THING SITUATION WILL NOT IMPROVE EVEN IF YOU CHANGE....DEAR GIV YOURSELF SME TIME TO ADJUST... I COULD NOT AGREE MORE WITH PRAMOD....INITIAL STAGES DO WHATEVR U R BOSS TELLZ U TO DO...AFTER SME YEARS U CAN IMPLEMNT U R FUNDAS
SO DEEPALI DUDE JUST HANG IN THERE....EVEN I M HANGING THER FROM 2 YEARS :lol:
REGARDS
VISHAL
29th June 2005 From India, Mumbai
Hmm One Need not agree to my terms, Coming to the situation here at Marlabs Bangalore, As an HR Exec... I have been given freedom by my boss to implement new things in my organisation, Not only me, ofcourse even other HR Peeps too. I think it depends on the companys culture and morever how the boss plays with Bossism.. and what he expects from the employees and how he/she expects the employees to see the organisation.
29th June 2005 From India, Bangalore
hi vishal,
if u hv gone thru pramod's last submit at dis post, i think u''ll agree wid him dat it really depends on d organisational culture dat dey give authorities to freshers to implement new ideas, even i was given full freedom to work d wau i liked in my previous cmpny( consultancy). d only thinf of dere concern was results.
dips
30th June 2005 From India, Delhi
Hi Deepali
Went thru all that would suggest that its quite normal to come across people like your owner, but then edcating them would go a long way in making him realise that all the fuctions cannot be carrued out by him alone and he needs professional support from time to time.
Why dont you sit with him and discuss your plan of action and garner support from your other deptmental colleg.who would appreciate and would push thru these things at appropriate forum. Also see how relevant they are at the present moment,how do they figure out in your owners list of priority. Most important gain acceptance in the org, which shall take time ranging from 3- 6 months before you can actually start calling the shots.
If you could specify couple of the initiatives that you propose to do let me know may be could suggest some possible solutions.
Bhaskar sen
9871894297
30th June 2005
Let me see if I have this straight:
Owner (Operations); You (HR); Owner's wife/other relative (Admin.)
My advice: GET OUT NOW!!! You are outgunned 2 -1.
Owner is looking for scapegoat in the event something goes wrong. He can point to "HR".
30th June 2005 From United States,
hi deepali,
in my previous post i have agreed with pramod...."I COULD NOT AGREE MORE WITH PRAMOD...."....ther wld be only 20%-30% of the companies that have free culture...& giv good freedom to freshers...majority of thm expct people to follow conventional protocols...
one mre issue is hw the people define the degree of freedom...yardstick to measure it...
regards
vishal
30th June 2005 From India, Mumbai
hi bill,
quite straight, bt d scene is like dis
director (partner), hr (me), operations( IT proffessional- quite experienced n gud), admin (admin officer) and agents.
hi vishal,
well being a fresher , wht strikes me as freedom as far as my job profile was/ is concerned is to let me apply a standard format of interviewing, a standard format of training and appointments, my ways of building employee relations, proper hierarchy n dese all were dere in my previous cmpny.
dips
30th June 2005 From India, Delhi
hi . i can see no. of views of dis post increasing bt y aren’t d no. of replies, see it cud be a gud case study for u guys. dips
30th June 2005 From India, Delhi
Deeapli
I think this is the peoblem everywhere wtih HR executives, if the MAnpower is less.
But when they ahve HR as seperate department , then the organisation must have the job profile, duties & responsibilities of HR personnel to be clearly defined.
what I think is, You should meet your boss and ask him polietly to clarify as to what all are your duties here int his organization.
Hope your problem will be solved.
Ekta
6th July 2005 From India, Ahmadabad
Hey Deepali !

Look at the +ve side. your company has a HR Dept and you are HR Head !!!!

Take it as a challenge and don't get bogged down!!!

It's perfect for your director to think that he can manage all HR activities all by himself. As a matter of fact when one person starts a company, he is the BOSS, marketing manager, HR manager, operations manager and peon too...........

In small organizations people are bound to wear too many hats. but at the same time remind your boss that if our company will grow then what will be the scenario like. What will be his strategy, when the headcount will go up to 500 or 1000 maybe. then ask him should the company manage? what will be his POA ?

Make him aware of the problems that the company will face if there are no standard formats and policies. dicuss some real cases and ask his opinion and suggestions.

Don't be straight, but put the things in such a manner that he will get the point and he himself will realize the importance of the HR department .

Best of Luck !!!

Do keep us posted of your struggle !!!!!
8th July 2005 From India, Pune
Hi Deepali

I have gone thru all the post related to this topic of yours.

Deep, its really difficult for you to adjust where you are not allowed to use your mind and creative idea to implement that would help the organization to grow, also Working with a org does not equal to a consult firm

As some exp guru has mentioned & actually its right that first we have to understand the organization very well as well the boss & only very few organizations (Professionals) allowed to the juniors to come with the new idea's, processes to improve their standard of work & org growth.

One thing that I suggest you have to wait in your organization where you have lots of opportunity to play as a whole & sole of HR role only problem is your hand is tied up. Make your boss aware that you are capable to do creative things that would help to the org. For that you require to gain the confident of your boss :roll: .

The confident would come untill you listen to his activities. Listen & be patience. Do whatever your boss says when you know that is unnecessary, but you can give the suggestion to him ie instead of compelling him about your idea, accept his idea and give your suggestion on that instead of avoiding. I am working in a great environment. I dont have the full freedom to implement things, but whenever I have an idea or improvement in the process, prepare a case study & history about the positive & negative and forward to my boss. Wait for a week for him to respond. If he is not respond, I personally go to him and ask him to read the mail expect a response from him. Yes, I do agree this is not going to help at all time. In that case, whenever I feel there is some egotism with my boss, I call him for a cup of tea & a snacks. I speak to him about the issues related that. I have succeded in many times about the same.

Request you also try to gain the confidence of ur boss. Its difficult task. Once you gained that.. Wow.. thats all.. you can implement any process..
8th July 2005 From India, Pune
Dear Mr. Deepali,
Its very cool one. Nothing to worry. simple solution is that you just do according to your boss instructions. What all he tells you just reconfirm before doing it and then proceed accordingly. Its best solution. If anything goes wrong he willnt blame for it, and instead that is the time when you are supposed to give your opinion but not a suggestion.
Think broadly and act wisely so that you can do much more wonders.
Its very important for everyone in HR to be paitent enough for any situation.
Wish you good luck.
Swathi
16th July 2005 From India, Hyderabad
Hi

Its really cool to view some of the opinions and experiences. its good. Basic quality of a HR person is to be Patient and analyse things instead of hoping to a hasty decisions. Im a HR in a software firm at chennai. from my experience i can really tell you that proper understanding of your Company, Boss, employees and clear implementation of your Boss orders is the primary task of any new HR executive. it all takes few months. you have to think from your boss point of u rather than giving importance for your thoughts. you need to clear understand the roles of HR. he(HR) is not there just to implement new ideas but more importantly, he is the bridge between employees and Director, sorting out the existing problems of employees and winning everyone in the company sh be primary concern. when i was appointed, my company posted me as an Administrator but advertised for HR post. Your office scenario and your boss behavior is common in most small organizations. Be focussed, make ur boss realize that ur role is unique and he should feel that none other than u can handle your task in your absence. Belive on gradual process. now i take many motivational meetings for our employees. in 6 months time of my joining i have got the freedom to implement my ideas. its all happening for me just becoz i only implemented what my boss told me to do initially, then in course of time i builded confidence on him that im capable of implementing new things.ANY director of a small company whos handling HR & ADMIN on his own will surely feel like ur company boss. once they get a confidence on other guy who can handle more effectively than them, only then they would hand over. so please analyse and fulfill the present task assigned to you. whatever they say like getting permission before implementing, do that. U will see success within few months. :D :) :)

Good luck
17th July 2005 From India, Madras
hi to all,
n thanx 4 ur suggestions as well. its great to hv so diverseuggestions but less chill, i got a new job n i hv left dat cmpny a week b4.
Now i hv got a job in 100% subsidiary of siemens. lets c if dis gv me a chance to develop.
till thanx n how u all r doin.
dips
17th July 2005 From India, Delhi
Hi dips,
Its nice to see that ur problem has seen a full life n got solved coolly... none other than by Siemens. Howver, its good that the topic initiated by u has brought many experts in HR with valuable suggestions.
Particularly, the suggestions given by Mr.Ram, Chennai hold good, wherever u work. Basically, we've to get rid of the complaining nature, whether against colleagues, subordinates, superiors or even our boss. No boss wants to destroy his organisation always riding on the wrong side. So, its better we analyse from his point of view also n come to a balancing solution where both the parties reach a win-win situation than leading into deep conflict.
Wish you all the best in ur career.
srinivas
20th July 2005 From India, Hyderabad
HI DEEPALI,
GO THRU U R PROB.
FIND THAT U R NOT ABLE TO CONVINCE U R DIRECTOR ABOUT U R PLANS.THEREFORE , I ADVISED U 2 ANALYSE U R PLAN TO CHECK WHETHER U R PLAN ARE SUITABLE FOR THE ORGNISATION AT THIS MOMENT.
RGDS
JITENDRA SINGH

20th July 2005
See Deepali,
I am going to sound bit blunt but this is my point of view, please friends do not mind this, I am sorry if I hurt anybodies feeling.
These kind of boss are like a dog's tail. Whatever you are going to do or suggest he is going to think from his frog mind. The problem here is this that you have to spend little more time here, and this experience is going to give you a bad experience, my suggestion to you is just stay calm, do not get upset about anything and side by side try and research some good and new things about HR and once you spend the relevant time here, leave this job and try to think that you have spent this time enhancing your intellectual skills rather professional experience.
Take care, stay calm and happy everything will be fine.
21st July 2005 From India, Gurgaon
Hi deepali, I am new to this website, but I have had similar kinda experience, tell you what, you have no idea what you are gaining in that setup, you'll experience the worst,worst & worst, and at a point you be in a state where nothing can make you sad or feel bad.
when you join a good and big setup. you'll be the only person who will SHINE
Regards
21st July 2005 From India,
Deepali,
I agree with Vinod & Sirohi entirely. Coz, Iam going through much the same situation in my present job. I had a very high profile job in my last assignment. Iam waiting for that good break to happen and while Iam at it, Iam enhancing my intellectual skills by reading anything and everything that I think will prove useful when my big break comes up.
22nd July 2005 From India, Bangalore
Dear Deepali, Vinod, Sherine and friends,
Let's stay together and I can tell you, that we will see a new day because still HR has to go far, because I have seen software professionals, when IT sector was drastically going down, now, if you look at the software professionals they are growing like anything, this is because they have utilised that time in learning and enhancing their software skills. The most important thing is that they have waited patiently for the good times to come.
I can tell you that no organisation can run without HR and HR professionals are going to grow just stay calm but at the same time utilise your time and share the knowledge. I simply proud and love to be called as HR professional.
Love n regards,
22nd July 2005 From India, Gurgaon
hi
I am working in a consultancy new delhi ,m aware
for such kind of attitude.
okay so your organisation is
new upcoming call centre right,
and you r into recruitment .
what you can do is as he is the owner
he is the ultimate boss you have to obey him
what you can do is discuss your problems with him
your queries ....
things will run smoothly.
What I feel there is communicatin gap.
bye and send me your mobile no:
teke care
Artish
27th July 2005 From India, Calcutta
hi
I am working in a consultancy new delhi ,m aware
for such kind of attitude.Do not Worry...
okay so your organisation is
new upcoming call centre right,
and you r into recruitment .
what you can do is as he is the owner
he is the ultimate boss you have to obey him
what you can do is discuss your problems with him
your queries ....
things will run smoothly.
What I feel there is communicatin gap.
bye and send me your mobile no:
take care
Artish
27th July 2005 From India, Calcutta
Hello
I understand you are in a very tight spot. It is better to wait for sometime, tolerating this nonsense and get out with a certificate. With a cranky chap like this you may not get a good certificate if you confront him. Instead you can ask him to guide you with his valuable advice, experience and so on. You can even mail him for suggestions and get replies and this could help you in preserving your work even if the certificate does not say otherwise.
Good luck
V. Raghavan
4th August 2005 From India, Pune
hi raghavan n artish, now i hv joined anew cmpny bt still thanx. keep in touch n luk for my new posts for climate survey. dips
4th August 2005 From India, Delhi
Hi Deepali,

me is also in a similar situation like urs. but the details r very different.

my organisation is a large one but new to HR. till date the HR was only at Head Office. now the need for Region-wise HR is being felt. so am here in Mumbai getting trained under the HR Western Region. in sometime i will have to go n handle Northern region.

the problem is that i have an open field to play on but no game told to me. n if i pick up one, the idea is accepted n taken by him ... while i have to start thinking abt smthg new. n the best part is that that idea which he took up doesnt see any further movement. mostly it get's lost between him n the head office.

i dont blame him too, i can't ... coz he is also not sure how long i will be here .... so he is hesitant to start any new initiative ... but trust me it is very fustrating! i also think i should look for another job .... :)

infact that's why i had posted a post saying i need new ideas of initiatives that can be started in a medium sized set-up.

neeways, from my experience i would say just wat has been said already ... stick around for a few months n all should work out for u ....

wat i do is keep checking with him with follow up about things that r underway ... that way at least he know i am here! :)

Regards,

Pallavi
4th August 2005 From India, Pune
hey seems like i am too late ..... but the situation was so likemine ... i cud not resist posting my woes ... :) Regards, Pallavi
4th August 2005 From India, Pune
Hi Deepali ,
The same problem happened to me once when i entered in the industry .That director is only want to cut the cost Since this is proprietorship Co .So you can meet him and clear the matter if he agrees or else start looking otu for another option before he tells you to leave . i was told to leave inthe mid of the day as process gone back on the very day ............
All the Best !!
Rgds
Natasha
4th August 2005
Hello It is good news that you joined a new one. We always stay in touch through this site anyway. Good wishes V. Raghavan
4th August 2005 From India, Pune
HI RAGHVAN, AZMAL, VISHAL, PALLAVI AND FOLKS. I HV JOINED FINALLY A COMPANY INTO MEDICAL EQUIPMENTS AND D PROFILE IS FOR HARD CORE HR. NOW I HAVE TO WORK TO WORK FOR HRM POLICIES. HOW R U ALL. DIPS
10th September 2005 From India, Delhi
Hi,

have seen your message. The main thing is you do not have job satisfaction (although the salary & flexitime is good enough). Perhaps you can hang on for a couple of months. Another factor contributing to your dis-satisfaction is you are not working under the right person because one of the attributes which you need is patience & a strong team player which your boss does not seem to have.I may be wrong here but this is just an opinion.

I think you should sit across the table & discuss since he is the one who is heading the department & this is one of the most important dept where the things should be in a very standardised format.

despite this if you feel that things are still not working out then it is better that you look for other opportunities in the same line of course where you will be considered a part of the team & that there will be an opportunity for you to present your ideas & implement them.

All the best to you!!! & may all your dreams come true.

Regards,

Sadashiv Rao :)
11th September 2005 From Kuwait, Kuwait
Dear All,

I have gone through the whole post and saw all of your experiences and suggestions.

I am working with an IT MNC in NOIDA. at this branch we have only 4 employees including me. I have been working here for the past 7 months. And m alone over here who is handling HR and Admin activites. Now the problem which I am facing is that I do not have enough work to do. Its really stopping my career growth as I am not learning or doing anything rather mere admin work. In whole day I work for not more than 2 hrs and sometimes maximum 4-5 hours. To take initiatives and because I did not have anywork to do, thus I preapred HR manual and 3 performance appraisal system well suited for our organisation goals / objectives. for the past 2 months I am sitting totally idle. We have to report to our MD in U.S. on daily basis regarding the work done through e-mail. Moreover the senior programmer who is also working here as Manager for Indian region, takes the task of HR work whenver it comes. This thing happened few weeks back also, we had to recruit few people, deliberately to show more work-holic to our Management, he did the whole recruitment process. He has some attitude problem with me, as he talks very nicely and very cooperative with others but not with me. Whenver I ask him any feedbacks or something he ignores it. I am the only girl over here. Now my main problem is I dont have much work to do and secondly senior programmers attitude. Please suggest me what shall I do? Do you think I should write an e-mail to my MD in US and tell him that I do not have much work to do? If I send him an e-mail do you think it is going to create any problem?

Waiting for all of your suggestions!!

Thanks & regards,

Rekha
12th September 2005 From India, Delhi
HI REKHA,
i can understand d frustation u r undergoin dese days. well its quite a gud time workin dere n if one cannot see future prospects in d cpy, it really irrotates and disturbs. well i wud suggest u start lukin for smthing else bcoz at times its really nt easy to change things as u wish 2, bt since u hv got dis much exp. u cn get a new job in delhi ncr easily. well i did dat. bt yes never spoil ur relation wid ur employer, u never know whn u might need dem in future!!!
dips
12th September 2005 From India, Delhi
Hi there,

I guess am reading your message rather late and that you may have found a solution. While I am not offering a solution, I was reminded of a Emotional Intelligence Trainer who had shown me a Video once. It was an excerpt from the movie - Sister Act (Whoopie Goldberg).

In this movie she is a con but lands up as a nun and as a part of the church choir. A competition was set up to be presented to the pope. The mother superior did not like whoopie and the story shows how whoopie has new ideas, is creative and keeps suggesting new things. While Mother Superior gives her good!

As it turns out Whoopie turns the Choir into a Rock Choir and the pope loves it, though mother superior feels that the church is lost.

At the end when the archbishop comes to Whoopie and team to congratulate her, she says it was mother superiors idea and she has been involved in this.

- The lesson was that Passion at work never stopped for Whoopi. She never changed herself. However she knew how to manage her boss. She shared her success with her boss. In life in cretain situations we need to create win - win situations to take us forward.

In this case, ideas coming from you may be a case of win - lose in your managers perception.

Approach him with a small plan asking for his advice and critique. Go back to him after including his suggestions.

I know its very easy for me to say this, and that you may have done it a number of times - but just give it a thought, maybe you need to improve your approach and improve handling your boss!!!

Think about it.

Sankalp
14th September 2005 From India, Bangalore
hi sankalp, d story really carries a meaning. many of d freshers face dese kind of problems in their initial assignments, bt dese are d learning lessons. well thanx 4 d suggestion.. dips
14th September 2005 From India, Delhi
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14th September 2005 From India, Madras
hi folks, after a whole lot , i still see dat whtever experience do u possess, bosses really take a lot of time to rely on HR for changes.what say??? dips
15th September 2005 From India, Delhi
Hi all,

thanks for all of your suggestions.. my present immediate boss is not getting threntened but he wants to show himself as an employee who is very attached, gives out his full time to the office [he works till 9 or may be 10 in the office]. This office has started in the year 2001 with 4 employees and still the employees are 4 only. till now more than 12 people came and left this company. every year they make the plans to increase manpower strength but fails to do that because of their own managerial problems...I have signed an appointement letter with them whereby i need to give them 2 months notice.. i want to go very far in the hr area.

I spend my time by reading articles on hr and visiting Cite HR but how long can I keep the information in my mind unless I dont utilise it practically. Get very disappointed when see my condition here... everybody assures me a good future in this company but if the things are going to work out like this as it is happening at present then i am sure, after 10 years also this company will have 4 employee strength only. I am in dilemma rightnow. company is paying me good.. but do not know what to do?? pls suggest me the way....
15th September 2005 From India, Delhi
hi rekha,
u know what? u are exactly saying the words which i used to think, do and write. i can very well understand ur position . see , i suggested u earlier also dat u shud start looking for another company. as u said its been four years , ur cmpny has d same strength. wht wud u tell if u go 4 an interview abt d manpower ofur company?? dis happened wid me also. dun luk 4 money aspect right now. luk 4 a company now which has a proper strength n years of establishment, coz it gives an idea of its stability. gud luck n b in touch...
dips
15th September 2005 From India, Delhi
Hi Dips, Thanks for ur reply! Ya, i think its better to look for a change, rather than waiting for the new employees to come and then establish the proper HR Department . tke cre
15th September 2005 From India, Delhi
hi rekha, wish u all d best. u’ll find gud options in IT companies. there are so manu IT companies there in Noida. dips
15th September 2005 From India, Delhi
hi rekha, where are you? I was wondering what’s going on in your office. and did u take any decisions or not? dips
22nd September 2005 From India, Delhi
Dear Deepali,

From my perspective, I think this is not a problem that U r facing specially coz U r in such an orgn.

If U see at a larger horizon, most ppl feel HR is a job, anyone can do.

We all know HR is a support function andhas been treated like a seconf class citizon in a orgn always. We need to change it. And to do this, we need to be there, fight it out for ourselves.

First of all, I guess U should make your expectations clear to yourself. What is it that U want from your job?

Next will be the mapping of the orgn's offerings to the expectations?

Being there for 2 more months and doing nothing or gaining nothing will not take anywhere.... be professional and practical... if there is no future, stop looking at it!! Start looking afresh....

Finally, the best way to get it across is to TALK! MAy be he is the owner... U r a professional and deserve to be treated as one. Your self esteem is inyour hands.

To prove the importance of HR or for that matter any value in a co. DATA and METRICS help like no other facet. Show him the data, metrics and analysis U have done...

give him the:'

Attrition Rate

Attendance and Absentism Rate

Training man days and Productivity Rates

Exit analysis and Exit feedback forms with reasons

Employee Grievances Reports and collated analysis

Show him the value U can create by givign valuabe and implemenntable suggestions....

Cheers!

Kanishja
22nd September 2005 From India, New Delhi
Dear Deepali,

From my perspective, I think this is not a problem that U r facing specially coz U r in such an orgn.

If U see at a larger horizon, most ppl feel HR is a job, anyone can do.

We all know HR is a support function andhas been treated like a seconf class citizon in a orgn always. We need to change it. And to do this, we need to be there, fight it out for ourselves.

First of all, I guess U should make your expectations clear to yourself. What is it that U want from your job?

Next will be the mapping of the orgn's offerings to the expectations?

Being there for 2 more months and doing nothing or gaining nothing will not take anywhere.... be professional and practical... if there is no future, stop looking at it!! Start looking afresh....

Finally, the best way to get it across is to TALK! MAy be he is the owner... U r a professional and deserve to be treated as one. Your self esteem is inyour hands.

To prove the importance of HR or for that matter any value in a co. DATA and METRICS help like no other facet. Show him the data, metrics and analysis U have done...

give him the:'

Attrition Rate

Attendance and Absentism Rate

Training man days and Productivity Rates

Exit analysis and Exit feedback forms with reasons

Employee Grievances Reports and collated analysis

Show him the value U can create by givign valuabe and implemenntable suggestions....

Cheers!

Kanishka
22nd September 2005 From India, New Delhi

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