Branch Manager - Operations
Recruitment, Induction, Handling Grievances,
Raj Kumar Hansdah
Shrm, Od, Hrd, Pms
Hr & Back End Operations
Hr , Ir , Admin
Mktg & Hr
Manager - Finance & Hr
Senior Officer Hr & Admin
29th September 2009 From India, Bangalore
30th September 2009 From India, Delhi
Your thouts are very good in an ideal condition. Do not forget HR proffessionals are also human beings and tend to make mistakes. Do not expect 100% good each time.
I feel your organisation is sufering from many such issues. If you have got a bad HR people than, your managment should take care of this.
Other thing is that each person feels that he or she can do the HR jobs and alwys starts preaching them.
Everybody feels that HR should fevour them and the moment it is not done, HR becomes bad. For Example when unethical medical bills are questioned, the employee himself goes around propagating negativity about HR and even if it is passed he tells aothers to follow saying that he has made HR Fool by successfully claiming the wrong bills.
Lot can be discussed as HR deals with Humans, who are unpredictable in all ways.
People want HR to perform according to their thinking which is not possible as you know how many people are their in your organisation and HR has to answer management as well and they too have bosses.
I will end like this .
It is like people of nation wants everything from the Goverment, however they do not want to follow enven simpler rules like not spitting in open or not smoking in open. ( check for yurself how many in your organisation apply for leave on time. If not many you will find some)
30th September 2009 From India, Mumbai
The HR people alwasy notice others faults & mistakes, but if we people eradicate our mistakes as mention in your presentation, definetly we will become the most precious resource for the organization. Being a HR person is very easy, but to maintain the ethical decorum of a HR is the toughest part, hope by these post some HR learn the lesson that HR is not only a job for earning money but its a resonsibility which is not so easy to carry out.
30th September 2009 From India, Chandigarh
I am saying that because i am in HR and have been since last 8 Years. and we are one of the major successful department in the organization.
30th September 2009 From India, Madras
Thank you, it is marvelous !!!
First time, I am looking at something that tells us to examine ourselves.
Hope it is your own creation. It just scratches the surface, I would like you to add a few more points.
Please carry on your good work.
30th September 2009 From India, Delhi
In present days recession, the first department to get the axe is HR Dept.
Is it not true with a company tainted with financial irregularities last year and taken over by some 'maha' company removed so many HR people and thrown them on roads?
The sensitive information and leaking the same with or without any bad or good intention is there with other departments, especially, the accounting information regarding the profits, losses, sales figures, net worth of the company reflected in balance sheets and window dressing the figures are all equally affect the company. For that matter, the information leaks from HR to outside public, is in fact, innocuous and may not affect the company vitally, but the information regarding the financial position, work process procedures, secret formulae that the company develops have far reaching consequences for a company. HR is another name given for personnel management (old wine in new HR bottle). I have to add that this opinion in no way takes away the importance of HR and its role in keeping harmonious relations between Management and employees and employees and employees. This can be compared to 'yoga' to the good health vis a vis the rigorous workout at gyms(other departments). Can you ignore 'yoga', or not is a matter of individual choice. Good effort on the part of the author to throw light on the simple issues which we generally ignore as <common<.
1st October 2009 From India, Hyderabad
Hope you have had enough of COMPLIMENTS and PRAISES, including mine.
One member dhanablr has posted this same PPT again on CiteHR.
Here's the link :
If this PPT has been created by you, then please fight for protecting your Intellectual Property Rights.
5th October 2009 From India, Delhi
I BEG TO DIFFER
Therories are good in paper but in practical life the factors affecting even a single situation are so many and so complex that one needs to think on his feet and act accordingly to give the best possible results.
The Suggestions mentioned in the PPT cannot be termed as GOOD or BAD because a particular so-called BAD SUGGESTION might be GOOD in a Particular Circumstances, and also a particular so-called GOOD SUGGESTION might be BAD in a Particular Circumstances.
HR related to Humans and Organizations as a whole with the environment and the Pysche's and Cultures, so just imagine the complexity one has to handle. Its very easy to term something as do-this and dont-do-this, but practical HR lives involves a gamut of factors which i believe no book or theory can possible fathom. Each live case is different and Case Study is only a refferal and not a Cut-out solution.
Nevertheless the ppt can be taken as an entry level education, something like we teach a child DONT SPEAK LIES, BE HONEST, RESPECT ELDERS ETC......but as the child grows he understands where he should not speak lies, when to be honest and how to respect elders which only practical live experience of living teaches and not books on Moral Science.......................rgrds
24th September 2010 From India, Mumbai