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Dear Friends

Pl find the attached file of HR/IR Interview questions.

Hope The notes will be helpful for you.

Pl give ur feedback and comments



Thankx & Regards

Bhuvnesh
MSW
Welfare officer
Vardman Group

From India, Agra

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Rgds

From India, Mumbai
Dear Bhuvnesh, It was a good one for beginners and refreshing stuff for experienced. Keep posting.
From India, Karnal
Hi Bhuvnesh,

Refering to the formula for gratuity calculation as shown in page 4 of your attachment, it seems that out of the total wages one can earn in total 26 days (i.e. 1 working month), only 15 days wages is paid for each completed years of service irrespective of who has completed how many years of service. In other words, Mr.X may have completed 5 years, Mr.Y 7 and Mr.Z 10. But the basis of calculation for all of them is always limited to 15 days irrespective of the difference in the no.of year individually completed. Thus, the onus of gratuity accumulation is limited to 15 days which also means only i.e. 15/26 = 57.69% of total wages per month.

If Gratuity is considered as an award for long and meritorious service, then shoudn't longer service period be awarded better? Shouldn't there be a difference in gratuity accumulation of two staffs with 7 and 10 completed years respectively?

I understand that gratuity provisions are legally guided. But aren't legal provisions also to be logically based? Probably, the assumption is, people with higher no.of service years have higher wages. But isn't gratuity all about recognizing "no.of years of dedicated service" rather than " hierarchy of wages"? If yes, how is it reflected in the formula?

Would appreciate some clarifications.

Rgds

From Nepal, Kathmandu
Hello Bhuvanesh singh.
It is very happy to say my thanks for your contribution. I'm also fresher MSW from Tumkur University. Just I was looking for like this type of document in forum, fortunately I got it.
After reading your document I made call for you to say thanks through the phone but it is not connecting to me so please send me your email or phone number to . Please because I would like to touch with you.
With Regards.
Dhananjay.

From India, Mumbai
hi Bhavesh very good and very informative keep posting. though more theoritical . put the practical questions . regards naresh
From India, Pune
Hi Dear Bhuvnesh,
The note which you posted here is really helpful for the interview.I am searching similar kind of note and i got it through you.It's amazing and the whole extract of all labor act which every fresher should know while going for interview.
Keep Posting such kind of stuff regularly.
Regards,
Kuldeep

From India, Delhi
hi R/sir Iam fresher of mba (hr) (dep) and appeared in written exam in next month for the post of officer (hr), so pls help me what type of question asked in exam.
From India, Kalka
Hi,
Formula for calculating gratuity is:
(last drawn basic + DA) / 26 x 15 x Total no. of completed years of service in an organisation.

Gratuity surely recognizes services rendered in an organization.

From India, Bangalore
thnx bhuvnesh for the post this will be of grt help to all,goodwork keep it up Anuj Mishra BBsr
From India, Bhubaneswar

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