Hello anil,
This is due to lack of protocol in trade unions cos the relations among the trade union and mgmt is at the lowest in india.
there are law to deal with this kind of event,but in this country the few people wont come under this kind of law so they do this offen.
i am worried that this can be a clue for other organization so the mgmt before allowing the union to exist they should put certain protocol in place which the union show follow.
the union should protect the employee welfare but at the same time they need to think about he mgmt the there future.
by this japanese will pull out of manesar this short note and the state of haryana will the losser.
Regards,
Sudhakar


I think the unions should not be given the liberty which they have currently. Most of the companies where unions exist work under much pressure due to the political background to it.....there should be some amendment in the law safeguarding the interest of both the workers & management.......the union leaders act like they are the owners of the company & spread unnecessary unrest......Why is politics required in place where you work & earn your living?
Shreyas

From India, Nasik
Thanks sir for write up this.
But they persons have no mind, they are not only burnt Mr. Dev also they burnt themselves future. They have no right for punished anyone with reason or without any reason.

From India, Delhi
Ya,sad part for this profession. We don\'t know how that decision came to suspend an employee, but in future (all sectors) should have CC camera\'s and that has to be monitored. regards, Venkat
From India, Madras
Respected all
i would like to address about this topic. I think this accident shows the failure of hr dept. The reason is it was the accident which was pre planned. If your workers and unions are not satisfied then one has to fell the same and has to take prventive actions. If small small things are happeing to your premise, and if you ignores then some day it will take a big form like this. The work of hr is not to sit in office and do the admin work all the time.

From United Kingdom, Basingstoke
Riot at Maruti Suzuki plant:
So far the happening has not raised the issue of just, fair and reasonableness.
Riot is not occurring for the first time.Governments already have well accepted steps-Investigation,prosecution,trial and if the charges are proved then conviction and sentencing.
It is your best guess.
The flawed dynamics of human relation angle is disproved swiftly.
Caste slur did not trigger violence at Maruti's Manesar plant: Probe - Times Of India
Then where is the role of human resource management and more so when no collective wisdom could evolve here? Is there any for future to prevent such happenings?
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Caste slur did not trigger violence at Maruti's Manesar plant: Probe - Times Of India

From India, Delhi
Dear All

I am quite taken aback to see a few of our HR friends describing this as failure of HR department or failure of Industrial relations etc . There is just one question lurking in my mind" Does any amount of wrong doing from the management level justify this kind of a heinous crime?" Let us for arguments sake assume, that HR has been irresponsible and has not taken into account the grudges and complaints of the employees/workers for many long years but does that give them the right to burn an HR manager alive after fracturing his legs?This is such a horrifying incident and this should be an eye opener for all HR folks all across the globe that if we do not collectively protest against this then the future and safety of HR managers in such roles is at high risk

I suggest all HR professionals should organize a mass rally all across India protesting this ghastly murder and ensuring that this doesn't happen again

I invite opinions views and comments on this

Thanks and Regards

Indrani Chakraborty

From India, Pune
None is justifying violence. No body can ever justify that.The situation is the breach of cohesion in an organisation. What is the answer to it? The partisan stand has no room in the discussion.
Riots come and go. Companies emerge and collapse. But the happening is a great opportunity for HRM to impress corporate world as well as governments provided that any collective wisdom evolves. Individual eloquence/magnanimity is of no consequence. Here HRM stands.Please understand the situation.

From India, Delhi
The main issue is that HR has to face negativity of workers all the time as there is no limit of expectations from employee's side, in today's time HR is just playing a role of speaker for policies and strategies designed by Management, when we talk about benefits HR is the person who gets least benefits as he/she always in demanding position for her employees and has to satisfy herself with empty plate.
This is a high time to give actual power in hands of HR specially in manufacturing firms otherwise everyday we will listen these type of news.

From India
I am saying the very same thing but to earn power HR specialists are to earn the confidence of the corporate world first.For this the intermediate step is to arrive at collective wisdom.That is lacking. Without that HRM is going to miss this stepping up advantage.
From India, Delhi

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