Psdhingra
Legal Analyst, Hrm
Saikat Barua
Recruitment, Labour Law, Qms
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Dear All Please find the attachment. Regards, Saikat

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Dear All , I want to ask your views on an urgent issue . Can a permanent employee or a regular employee be converted into contractual employee after an year . Please give suggestions
Mohini Jain.
Yes it can be Possible the conversion of permanent or regular employee in a contractual employee, it is a tactis, according that you have to make them agree to take the resign or you can retrench after 240 days of working conditions even after you have to full fill the requirement of retrenchment............

Dear Saikat, Excellent Presentation! Will expect more materials like this one in future. Kind regards, R.K. Rada
we as a HR experts can do the perment to contractual employement by using the tacties/loabour law but its unethical and effect the morale of the people.
Dear Saikat,
The presentation of course is nice, but what does the matrix used for conclusion at the end represents about the idea in favor or against -
Strong Manager & Weak Leader;
OR
Strong manager & Strong Leader;
OR
Weak Manager & Weak Leader;
OR
Weak Manager & Strong Leader?
The concept of conclusion should be clear in your presentation. You may like to review and correct, as most members may interpret that in different ways, as above

Dear Barua thanks for a good compilation. But there is a doubt in your compilation.
You wrote For a successful career, 21st century managers need Management or Leadership Competency.
I guess you are using these two terms considering same but Management and Leadership are not the same thing. Leadership or Leader is considered as a Trait where Management is the process. So how can you value a Trait and a Process same?
what is the implication of your Manager/Leadership Matrix?
Here management competency refers to managerial competency. Leadership or Managerial Competencies deal with skills and knowledge essential for overall business management, leading individuals and teams, setting business direction, analyzing and directing the solution of complex business problem, etc. Unlike functional competencies, these are more general skills required for success in all functions but not specific to a particular function. These are more behavioral in nature and while they can be taught conceptually in training programs the learning requires reinforcement through application in practical situations. Another aspect of leadership competencies is that they are not only applicable across different functions but are applicable across different levels of leadership hierarchy as well.
Thanks
Dear Saikat thanks for your reply. I hope you wouldn't mind to clarify my following questions -
You wrote - These are more behavioral in nature. Which competency you tried to mentioned here? Leadership or Managerial or both?
.......learning requires reinforcement through application in practical situations. which is as far as I know is suitable for Managerial Competencies. How this is also applicable for Leadership Competencies?
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