vivek_hr
3

Human Resource
Very True Bharathi :) Exit interviews are seen by existing employees as a sign of positive culture. thnx
From India, Karnal
bharathi_83
191

HR- Business Partner
HR Tip of the Day: EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE: To get the best results from employees, give them the opportunity to develop their self-efficacy by allowing them to build their skills through training and practice.
From India, Madras
boss2966
1170

Industrial Relations
Yeah Bharathi
Alongwith training for the employee, one must get opportunity to work on the subject in which he got trained. Then only the employee can gain more knowledge on the subject. Only training will not solve the purpose.
Nice sharing dear. Keep on sharing

From India, Kumbakonam
I do agree with you B.Maru and Bhaskar.
A simple mantra about the 'training' is: Train Lavishly.
I wish to share you here a good PPT by Ms Chitra Krishnan which is extensive but useful to all HR practitioners.
Training & Development Ppt Presentation <link updated to site home> ( Search On Cite | Search On Google )
Thanks for your tips.
AVS

From India, Madras
boss2966
1170

Industrial Relations
Regarding Notice Period
For employees normally the details of notice period will be available in the Offer of Employment or Appointment Letter issued to the Employees.
For workers engaged in construction, manufacturing, mining, shops and commercial establishments, textile industries, etc (covered under ID Act) will be covered by ID Act. IT company workers also getting covered under Shops and Commercial Establishment Act, hence will be covered under ID Act.

From India, Kumbakonam
boss2966
1170

Industrial Relations
Dear Bharathi
Normally IT Field is a highly paid industries. So the employees cannot be covered under ID Act and they are not covered under the purview of Workers. The Notice period details will be available in their Offer of employment/appointment Letter or in the HR Policies of the concerned company. But the aggrieved employee can approach the Court of Law by filing a civil suit.

From India, Kumbakonam
vivek_hr
3

Human Resource
Hey! Firstly, Thanks for a good HR Tip.
Secondly, regarding notice period, however not much idea of IT industry, its in our (Manufacturing facility covered under ID Act) case 15 days during probation period, and 1 month after confirmation by either party or salary in lieu of that, in case of top management position it is up to 3 months.

From India, Karnal
bharathi_83
191

HR- Business Partner
HR Tip of the Day: Timing of communications: When you are trying to communicate with any audience, timing is vital. Donít try to communicate with your line managers during the busiest time for the business because it is unlikely you will be heard. Pick your moments to communicate carefully!
From India, Madras
bharathi_83
191

HR- Business Partner
HR Tip of the Day: Give praise: This may sound obvious but itís important for line managers to feel valued in the role. If your line managers have implemented a new policy successfully, engaged employees effectively, or are just are just doing a good job, make sure you tell them!
From India, Madras
boss2966
1170

Industrial Relations
Timely Communication, As majority of managerial cadres are working on their mood, we must obviously see their mood, work free time, tension free time, etc, to communicate. otherwise it will be of no use.
Give Praise, We must praise and we must be praised for the good work done. It will work as motivating factor and further it will lead to get more productivity.
Thanks for sharing Bharathi.

From India, Kumbakonam

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