Challenges Faced By HR In The Year 2015 - CiteHR
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Dear friends, With the incident of Wipro being hit by DV Act, now the Pandora’s box is opened. As a result, this topic is ao immence significance. Pleasen add new perspectives. regards
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Work from home will become a reality. Advance technology is a partial reason. Primarily, the inter-personal relationships and communications will increasingly become more hostile.

With the advent of gender wars, and laws coming into place like DV Act and Sexual harassment laws, men and women will find is very difficult to work with each other.

Globalisation will force the company to build the office in the cyberspace. 9 to 5 jobs will become outdated and impractical. 24 hours work will become inevitable. Employees from various locations of the country will work from home in the time prescribed by the company with specific assignments and needed technological assistance.

Employees will go to their office on the intranet with the time alloted to him hour-wise. For example, 1st employee will work from 9 to 11, then 2 to 4, then 6 to 8. 2nd employee will work from 7 to 9, then 12 to 2, then 4 to 6, then 8 to 10. There will be thousands of employees working in this fashion from their homes.

There will be an unimaginable increase in specialisation. One particular work will be further dissected into ten work and given to ten different people. One employee can't know everything. Not possible.

Challenges are opportunities. Opportunities are based on imagination. Imagine the future, opportunity will be seen and then you face the challenge.

Create your own future.
Let me try to give an India specific answer and they look at the global perspectives

1. India as of today has a very work friendly and TEAM culture.

2. Co operation is part of the ethos which is part of the Indian family tradition where each member feels that he is part of a team.

3. Indians by nature are NOT aggressive, For e.g. even when I am at work and having a bite, If my colleague walks in, I cant eat without offering at least a bite it to the colleague .....

4. However things are bound to change completely with EVEN NUCLEAR FAMILIES BEING TORN APART by myriad laws that are insensitive to Indian Ethos

This IMHO is a continuing challenge, and I may tend to say NOT a new challenge

Talent is a Dependant on the state of the society

A harmonious society made of peaceful families is the best nursery for talent

Studies have shown that healthy homes have always created the best talent

A warn torn, strife torn country like Iraq TODAY cannot promote talent - at least for the productive OFFICE / FACTORY space

Nor can a country made of broken homes create talen

So the very roots of talent, the very STRUCTURE that has made India resilient to every attack and pestilence, THAT VERY structure has to be intact in future

with stupid laws like the latest Domestic Violence act, TALENT ITSELF MAY diminish .....

regards

Vinayak
Any society will have a certain % of people who wish to make a quick buck, or say "...cash in on another's misery..."
Be it the manipulator on the share market, or the outright pick pocket or shoplifter, this variant of greed has been seen all over societies and all through history
That is why Democracy needs checks and balances, so that one does NOT loot the other gullible
However IF every employee's wife is given a chance to HIT AT Industry ICONs like Aziz Premji... well one can only imagine the mess we are going to be in
do we need the Chinese or the Pakis to finish us ???
"Talent is a Dependant on the state of the society
A harmonious society made of peaceful families is the best nursery for talent
Studies have shown that healthy homes have always created the best talent
"A warn torn, strife torn country like Iraq TODAY cannot promote talent - at least for the productive OFFICE / FACTORY space
Nor can a country made of broken homes create talen
So the very roots of talent, the very STRUCTURE that has made India resilient to every attack and pestilence, THAT VERY structure has to be intact in future
with stupid laws like the latest Domestic Violence act, TALENT ITSELF MAY diminish ..... "
Past, present and future. A beautiful analysis Vinayak ji.
Please keep on posting more and more anayses.
regards
one one side we (Indians) are improving our TEAM performances. The BPO industry is built around this concept.
So how does a team get TEAM SPIRITS by working aloof from n different places..
well.....well.....well.....
but at least when working from home, men need NOT be worried about GENDER SPECIFIC FALSE complaints from women !!
regards
IMHO, A stable family life is considred best for a professional. In coming days, misuse of DV laws and Dowry laws (498A is 98% misused - Accepted by Renuka Chaudhary) will come at the top of chart for the professionals. HR needs to be sensitized on this
Sexual harassment at workplace laws too is as biased as the DV Act and IPC 498A. It will make life more difficult for men in the organisation to work with female employees.

In the new sexual harassment at workplace bill, the company has no powers to terminate or punish a woman even after it is found that she made a false complaint. In this bill too, the accused is presumed guilty until proven innocent. Provisions are inserted that will restrict men to prove themselves innocent.

This bill will make men more vulnerable to be falsely implicated at the workplace. Their reputation and career is under constant danger.



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Women-protective laws is now going overboard. Renuka Chaudhary says that almost all the laws are misused and so, that is not a reason why laws should not be made. We should ask her, "which law in the IPC is misused to an extent that 98% of the cases are false. And if she can prove that all the laws are misused upto 98%, then she is right." She is violating all fundamental rights of men in the name of women empowerment. Already men are committing suicide 4 times more often than women. And knowing that men's life is ZERO if he doesn't have a career or his career is in danger, he is bound to commit suicide.

Valuable employees and star performer are at great risk in all the organisations. HR's initiative into gender equality policy of the country should probably make life safe for men.
Hi frnd...
This is Arun 4m chennai,i think tat HR'S in the GOVT Organisations will be facing Recruitment policies because of "Reservation policies" bieng imposed by central govt..

Due to increase in population and dramatic change in the tecchnology which leads to the cross culture change in the organisation,HR managers will b in trouble too controll the behaviours withiin the organisation mainly in IT/ITES sectors.

These are the main reasons where the HR managers will b faccing heavy challenge in front of them.
regards
Arun..
There are already a number of posts which had escaped my notice. I shall respond to them in detail.
However, as Arun says increase of population will be a challenge but to me below replacement level of fertility will be a challenge.
Secondly, tallies in senior citizen level will rise while in the work force level the tallies will disproportionately decline.
Consequences will cause challenge to man power planners.
regards

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