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I do see lot of questions raised on this site but hardly any answers.
20th February 2011 From India, Mumbai
which type of u wana to ask/????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
20th February 2011 From India, Delhi
Dear Kirti ,

I agree with Ajit , which are the question that you are discussing about ? There are many discussion posted on areas of HR . When they are posted in the right forum and framed in the way that the one who have an answer to it can understand , it gets resolved at the earliest.

But at times, the questions are posted in the incorrect forum which is why they go unnoticed. Sometime framed in a way that the reader may not know what is being asked for .

When we come across them, we do our best to get solution and direct it to the forum where the experts are most likely to visit.

For example, if there is a question on 'labor relation' posted on the 'new to forum ' , it might miss the attention of the legal experts who are frequenting the labour and employee relation forum.

When we moderate, we direct such posts to the correct forum. But that may prolong the process for getting the answers.

Too often , the post may not discuss clearly what is being asked for. Suppose you are looking for a compensation structure and you post one line on it. Now that would not explain what are you looking forward to know about the compensation structure. If you clearly explain the background and the bottleneck faced by you , it will be easier for the readers to offer you the right solutions.

You may further wish to read what have been discussed before on the same topic . Hence please do consider using the 'research' button. It would show you every discussions and documents shared in this community on the same topic.

Hope this helps you to get the right solution . Blog your views to what I have shared. I look forward to read it .

Regards,
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20th February 2011 From India, Mumbai
Dear Kirti ,

I agree with Ajit , which are the questions that you are discussing about ? There are many discussions posted on different areas of HR . When they are posted in the right forum and framed in the way that the one who have an answer to it can understand , it gets resolved at the earliest.

But at times, the questions are posted in the incorrect forum which is why they go unnoticed. Sometime framed in a way that the reader may not know what is being asked for .

When we come across them, we do our best to get solution and direct it to the forum where the experts are most likely to visit.

For example, if there is a question on 'labor relation' posted on the 'new to forum ' , it might miss the attention of the legal experts who are frequenting the labour and employee relation forum.

When we moderate, we direct such posts to the correct forum. But that may prolong the process for getting the answers.

Too often , the post may not discuss clearly what is being asked for. Suppose you are looking for a compensation structure and you post one line on it. Now that would not explain what are you looking forward to know about the compensation structure. If you clearly explain the background and the bottleneck faced by you , it will be easier for the readers to offer you the right solutions.

You may further wish to read what have been discussed before on the same topic . Hence please do consider using the 'research' button. It would show you every discussions and documents shared in this community on the same topic.

Hope this helps you to get the right solution . Blog your views to what I have shared. I look forward to read it .

Regards,
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20th February 2011 From India, Mumbai
Dear Kirti,
Please see the discussions at https://www.citehr.com/319682-group-...transfers.html and you will see how giving enough information helps getting good responses.
Have a nice day.
Simhan
20th February 2011 From United Kingdom
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