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Dear Tonmoy Haldar
Please identify such persons and keep them away from you, because these are the people will spoil your reputation and even your career growth.
Try to avoid that agency itself if you can. Whoever offering bribe and deploy manpower in your organisation, surely their candidates are also in the same category and you cannot expect qualitative service from the candidates as well as from the manpower agency. If you have influence in your organisation please black list the agency itself in all over India basis from engaging the manpower from the agency who tried to offer you bribe.
Be cautious from such agencies and be away from those members of the agencies.
All the best.

From India, Kumbakonam
Dear Tonmoy Haldar please give me phone no of those consultants so that i can extract big money from them and then fool them..
From India, Madras
Dear Mr. Ravi Please contact Mr. Good HR Associates. By trying to make others fool, you should not be trapped. Beware and be cautious. All the best
From India, Kumbakonam
Hi K Ravi
We are consultants our selves & have never paid a single paise to any HR. So far we just avoided such companies & did not take them up as clients. Now we plan to communicate with these corrupt HR people further & expose them to their organization & HR community.
We are "taking care" of the corrupt HR Managers
You can "take care" of the corrupt consultants/ recruitment agencies.
Good HR Associates

From India, Chandigarh
yeah lets bring all the corrupt HR managers and consultants //; recruitment agencies to one place and blow them with big BOMB...
From India, Madras
Dear GHRA,

I never used the word honest... I always used the word efficient and effective... There is a difference. Manmohan Singh may be honest, but he is inefficient and ineffective when he is not controlling his own people! I am sure, you appreciate the difference. An inefficient leader cannot ensure efficient mechanisms... And if you look at the number of scandals that have rocked this democracy, you know what I mean...

Coming to the question of Chhota Rajas... Well, if one were to penalize the chhota raja, then it would work. Praja doing that, would equate a coup attempt... Like I said, we are not there yet. By silently accepting the situation, it is being made a way of life. But the truth is the way of life is coming about due to the 'cost of delayed justice'... or even the cost of a 'governance deficit'.

Tonmoy, great to see your post. But be careful... Don't let that get into your system. It could have ugly consequences if you do so (especially if your luck turns against you).

Kravi, you might want to come up with a better solution. We are all ears...

From United States, Daphne
Bomb laganewalon, zara intezar karo, neta Ravi saheb sabha mein aa rahe hain,
(Bomb Fixers, Please wait, leader Mr. Ravi is coming in the gathering)
hahahahahahahaaaaaaaaaaaa :D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D

From India, Kumbakonam
Dear All
I wish to thank each & everyone who participated in a healthy discussion on the topic.
It was heartening to see that most of us are keen to get rid of this menance.
I close this thread now.
But action abhi baki hai..
Please visit:
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Good HR Associates

From India, Chandigarh
Hi,
I have exposed many such people throughout my career and have handled them with iron grip and sacked them straight away. I would definitely continue to do so.
But I do not see it necessary to go to forums and generate a discussion about it.
If you want to expose the corrupt HR or any other professional of the corporate world why cant just do that and be done with? What is the need to mobilize an opinion ? why there is a need to get the opinion or kind of a written statement or get pledges that are your way?
I have a strong conviction and clear conscience against the practice of corruption, I would just put my efforts as a part of my duty and try to ged rid of the same.
Kind regards
Dayanand L Guddin

From Singapore, Singapore
Hello Dayanand L Guddin,
While you definitely have a point in what you mentioned, I think, there are a few aspects/points that seemed to have missed your attention.
1] Based on what you mentioned, you seemed to HAVE some level of powers to take action--but that can't be held true for junior/mid-level persons who see what's happening around them [and, in quite a few cases, their bosses into such corrupt practices too], and yet being in a sort of 'helpless' state to effect any correction. When anyone @ that level takes courage to complain/point-out, it essentially becomes his/her word against the boss's. Hope you get the point.
2] For those into the Recruitment industry [Consulting companies], handling/controlling such practices becomes more tougher...since it had a definite effect on their revenues [I have had such experiences with even Global MNCs, where getting evidence of such instances/practices is 'next-to-impossible'].
3] This Forum comprises of HR/Recruitment professionals right from fresher to senior levels. While the senior professionals would have been exposed to such practices, the juniors would, most likely, be facing such situations for the first time...leading to more of a 'perplexed' state than anything else. This is where taking their experiences to Forums like CiteHR for discussions help them understand the practical nuances & possible ways to handle the situation(s).
Rgds,
TS

From India, Hyderabad

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