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Mahr
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I came through this nice PPT which shows how to and the causes for Employee trouble & behavior. Thought to share it with all..
From India, Bangalore

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Mahr
Vice President - Hr/hcm/people Success
Bharath Gopalan
Learning & Development
Manishgupta1981
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bharath gopalan
2

Hi Mahr, Really a good one. I find the plutchik’s wheel of emotions, a very good model. Can you please tell me where I can find more about this. Thanks, GB
From India, Madras
Mahr
477

Dear bharath gopalan, This was actually given by my old colleague.... Would check with her and let you have the update...
From India, Bangalore
avmoorthy@hdo.in
1

Good one. May be helpful for the upcoming managers to know what to look for in employees behaviour.
From India, Ahmadabad
manishgupta1981
5

great one! i will definately going to use to my human resources, but i have a question?
1. how u can control labour mood swings? especially when they are habtual of taking intoxics like jarda/tambaku/afeem like this???
Manish Gupta

From India, Mumbai
Mahr
477

Dear Manish Gupta,
This one is the toughest one in and for a HR who is in the industry. You shall check with the link below for some ideas which can be put through as in a ppt form to employees. Then I have an idea. I don't know how much you will take it. You shall check with the management and shall give an increment of 200 Rs to 500 Rs to an employee who don't have any drug habit. Inform them that a company medical practitioner would check with them every month and if they would have lied, what ever given to them as increment in this clause would be taken back.. ;)
http://rctfi.org <link updated to site home>

From India, Bangalore
bpugazhendhi
112

Though this an interesting presentation, it is more focussed on conditions available abroad. Even the case studies are based on experiences abroad. It would be better if the same content is presented with reference to local (Indian) context. There is a crying need in our country to develop material like this suitable to our country, including case studies. Even our management schools are far behind in this job.
From India, Madras
chervendias
What I liked the most out of this entire exercise was the opportunity to apply our knowledge through the Case study. Thank you for the wonderful presentation. I will definitely make use of it and it has given me an insight as to why people behave in a certain way.
From India, Bangalore
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