Clinical Hypnotherapist, Psychological Counselor,
In your case may be your boss is concerned because you a HR or may development team has no time boundation, they may be available late hrs or round the clock also.
As you are fresher ur boss doesnt want you to take the late coming as granted.
Being a fresher you have to be more dedicated for your work and its timings, this will lead you to success in less time.
Being as an HR you have to restrict yourself first to the rules and regulations, policies and procedures than you can be authoritive towrds other employees.
20th December 2010 From India, Mumbai
I agree to yaasmin, that being an HR of a company you should always be on time because you will create examples for others.
May be you are screened at this point of time by your boss. So don't take your job leniently as it all will be countable at the time of appraisal.
20th December 2010 From India, Delhi
21st December 2010 From India, Mumbai
Since you are a fresher, you complain like this. Working in an organization that too as head of HR is totally different from college life. My suggestion is that, please refrain from reporting this incident to any1 in your organization which will not only keep you in poor light but embitter your boss more to treat you bad.
As many of our friends in this forum suggested you must set an example for others to follow. A person who ought to monitor others cannot err. Take this as a learning point and for future guidance. Taking all responsibilities may be good for your learning things so as to get importance over others but when you feel it more than to chew, you will suffer especially when you don't get recognition. Please be careful.
Those who suffer and lament at the beginning of their career would develop by efflux of time. I wish you all the best.
21st December 2010 From India, Tiruppur
21st December 2010 From India, Dehra Dun
I do agree with Yaasmin and others, being an HR you cannot excuse yourself and any management will expect you to play an EXAMPLE ROLE to other employees so stop blaming and complaining, regularise yourself (don't be demotivated or feeling regret, NOBODY's Perfect on the other hand mistakes cannot be continued).. proud to be an HR.
21st December 2010 From India, Madras
1. You have Mentioned only for you deduction is done and not to others, Its Clearly states that Your Head " Want you to be Role Model to Others".
2. Your Head wants you to Learn the HR process Soon, and you have to lead HR.
3. This is an Valuable Oppoutunity, were u can Learn Entire Gamunt of HR, Practice and solely Involve in Implementing. Utilise this oppoutunity to Grow in HR.
4. Discuss with your Head HR, and share your thoughts regarding your Role & Ideas.
Even After the Discussion Had in CiteHR, If you are not Satisfied, Kindly go for a Personnel discussion with Prof. Dr A P Irungovel ,Medical Sociologist.
22nd December 2010 From India, Madras
Late coming is not a crime punishable under IPC, but occasional late coming could be treated lightly provided your boss seemingly should recognise your hard work and dedication. But it is all the more appreciable if you are punctual. Suppose in exceptional circumstances, say caught in traffic jam, or accident which you did not anticipate, make it a point to inform your HOD/Boss about it and seek his permission for the late. So far as it is only rarest and with permission you may be excused within the discretion of your boss. Pl.read from the begining.
Make it habit to be punctual always, it really pays you.
All the best.
22nd December 2010 From India, Bangalore
As told by everyone here late coming is not good that too for an HR personnel. Everyone else takes it for granted that HR iself is late. The first thing an employee does when they enter office is to look to HR seat to see if HR is in. I have seen that in my company happening daily. When they come in late they avoid looking at HR to just make to believe that they are not late or they want to avaoid that sight. So try to be punctual always. I do understand that there will be situations for all man, but it is not daily. In those times make it a point to message your boss that you will be in late due to the situation which should be definitely not more than twice a month. Your boss is deducting your pay just to ensure that he brings in discipline. He cannot enforce it in others unless his own department first follows it. Else he will be questioned why his department alone is given the previlege. This I am sure you will agree that no boss will want....
This is a great opportunity you have got. Noone will get the chance of getting into HR that too when he is a fresher. Do make the best use of that opportunity. All the Best
22nd December 2010 From India, Madras
1. Try to Know how your organization needs you (what kind of work/output is expected from you).
2. Don't rush to take on all the responsibilities.
3. Do little but perfect. Justify ur stand.
4. slowly scale up ur job/work scenario (widen responsibilities).
5. Don't do 'anything good' which is not good for organization.
6. Always be cheered up... enjoy the joy of sadness...
Befriend to all
22nd December 2010 From India, Mumbai