Hello All Members

Today i want share my problem and please suggest me what should i do. My HR manager always says different, suggest different and at last give order complete different. I explain how. 1 person is in our company working with other department, and both enjoying company with each other. my manager always instruct to me clear to every person that they have to submitted OD & Gate pass if they are going outside in company time. every employee is obeying this order except one person which is my manager favorite. And in front of my manager he used miss behave bcoz my manager support him. And still he is not giving me OD and Gate pass. And i had confirmed many times with my manager that person should give me same thing or ot. He told me in strict way of course u have to take it from him. U cant avoid it. And before 4 days i gave him full month report that person 15 times went from company without any information and form. My manager gave order to me that ignore it and mark complete attendance. And i strictly object for same. My manager took me in a cabin and his behaved with me so bad. He said u didnt like good behavior with any body if i am giving u order that ignore it so why u dont do it.

Please suggest me what should i do. My manager want OD and Gate pass with every body and give instruct to ignore also. So i am anable to manager this condition.

From India, Faridabad
Amit Ji, U will get shock to know about my company. I am working in Japnease company in gurgaon. All people know that japnease company rules are stick, punctual, Very obeyfull but this is not fact.
From India, Faridabad
Ankita1001
735

Sr. HR Executive @ Polymerupdate
Hi Shweta,

It is human tendancy to get impartial to someone or a group of person because of some or other reason(s)

However, it becomes a little difficult when we are impartial but our manager is.

It is very obvious that if we go to him/her and state in clear words that you're being partial, we would be in troubled waters.

The issue needs to be tackled in a different manner.

If you have any records of this, you can take it to the authority above you. However, please note that taking the concern to the higher authorities would mean a difficult stay of yours in the company.

I do understand that impartial practices are wrong and ought to be tackled, but before taking any step you need to understand -

1. What would be your management's or higher authority's view on this

2. Is the person in question doing any exceptional work for your company?

(Eg: We have a person who walk in the office leisurely at 10 or 10.15 am. People notices that. However he is an exceptional case because, he would wait back to sell the services in the US market and be in office late to cover foreign market. He is an exceptional marketing person getting the highest sales, so we cannot really mark him late as he is also waiting back exceptionally late for 3-4 hours.)

3. Is there any particular reason that your manager favors this person, try to figure out. (His performance or his ability to give inside information etc)

4. How would this person react if you complained?

5. Do you have any record to prove your point?

Lots of other factors also would go into this.

From India, Mumbai
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1853

Community Manager
Dear Shweta,

I have a different request for you. In place of fighting against the deviation, please consider the survival skills. You need to remain specific with data , if in case there are any audit, you shouldn't be at fire.

Here's my request to you, the role that you are managing was managed by someone else , before you joined. Find out as much as you can, on how that person delivered and survived .

The reporting manager will obviously expect you to obey. You have already found the discretion and the pattern of favouring someone, in particular.

Please go by his orders as of now, till you figure out the audit process. You may not be able to document any of his shifting orders. Please send him a task completion or activities discussed email, right after the meeting. Tell him, you want to list so that you dont miss out on it. Avoid documenting deviations, but the official tasks. Remain just .

I understand I am only asking you to pass on the buck, as I see no one around you to support you. Please lie low till you find enough foothold. Support your boss with a positive communication and delivery. Even if this doesn't win you his trust, it will help you gain a stronger control over your self.

Wish you all the best !

From India, Mumbai
tahseenraza
28

Personnel Officer
definately i will suggess u to go through this link n try to understand
thanxxxxx all the best
http://humanresources.about.com/od/b...a/bad_boss.htm

From India, Noida
Hello swetagoyal,
This is good oppotunity for you to learn how the people behave in particular fashion.
Your keen observation ( And learneding from these experiences ) will help you in long term to handle your manager & "Person " .
If you are really " Clever " find out "why " your managers supports the "Person"
Keep on sharing your experiences.....
Be patient.....

From India, Pune
Thanks Prashant to console me by the same.
But i had tried many time to understand it. But i was unable. And even when my manager took me in cabin he had complained with me only for my personal life and he had nothing point for my official matter from which he can claim me. He had totally blamed for my personal issues. He never said even a singel time that you had not complete your work at time work, and you have did wrong thing and u have no knowledge about HR. Even He said your performence is going down day by day. How????????????????? i dont know. he was not agree to listen any thing from my side.
Prashant do you agree with this that performance have decide by personel life not bt work.

From India, Faridabad
Thanks Prashant to console me by the same. - I am not consoling you but to make you realize / understand bitter truth of life

But i had tried many time to understand it. - Don't you have single friend in your organization who is frien to either of your Manager or the Person or of both... You can get idea from that friend only....

But i was unable. - You have not tried incessantly

And even when my manager took me in cabin he had complained with me only for my personal life - " What is mean by personal Life"

and he had nothing point for my official matter - What is your job profile, roles & responsbilities...?

from which he can claim me. He had totally blamed for my personal issues.- "What is mean by " Personal Issues "

He never said even a singel time that you had not complete your work at time work, and you have did wrong thing and u have no knowledge about HR. Even He said your performence is going down day by day. - " How you realized that you have met up / reached your manager's expectations....

How?????????????????- This has to be found out by you only.

i dont know. he was not agree to listen any thing from my side.

Prashant do you agree with this that performance have decide by personel life not bt work.[

From India, Pune
Good Morning Members,

Greetings for the Day!!!



I want to share some effective information that can make our Professional Life a bit easier to cope up with the daily routine of our tough working hours.

Being a Professional

It doesn't matter if you work for yourself or a boss, there are expectations that you will be professional in the course of business.

But what is professional behaviour?

Most people would probably find it easier to tell you what being unprofessional is, giving examples of unprofessional people they have dealt with in the past. However, it is much easier and more positive to know what to do than not to do.

Thus, some major aspects of professional behaviour are listed below:

Respect for Others

Showing others respect is the basis of all professional behaviour. It includes:

Being courteous and having good manners

Being punctual

Keeping confidential details confidential

Being fair in all dealings

Keeping personal opinions of people private

Doing what needs to be done, not leaving it for others to do

Acceptance of constructive criticism

Being fair and gentle when giving feedback

Dealing with sensitive issues privately

Make allowances for other’s mistakes

Listen to others

Apologies for any errors or misunderstandings

Speak clearly and in language others can easily understand

Responsibility and Integrity

This is where you must take care of yourself and present yourself in order to gain others’ trust and respect.

All professionals need to take responsibility for themselves and their work. They need to consider consequences and the impact on others.

Honesty is crucial – avoid even the smallest of lies at all costs

If you commit to something, then follow through with it

If you are delayed, let the other person know as soon as possible

Always be respectful about competing businesses/people – point out your benefits rather than their faults

Be prepared before meetings and when presenting reports and the like

Ensure you have made yourself clear to avoid any miscommunication

Avoid conflicts of interest

Be impartial – keep personal bias and intolerance's out of the business world

Be reliable and dependable

Take appropriate actions, rather than trying to hurt someone or their business when you feel wronged

Ensure you present yourself pleasantly with good hygiene and appropriate dress codes.

Pay for services and products promptly, whatever the cost to yourself

Demonstrate self-control and avoid public arguments and disagreements

Commitment to Quality

A professional always aims to give the best they can. Whether it is putting together a product that will last and be safe to use or providing a service of value, you need to do give the customer more than they expect.

Never give out work you are not proud to have your name on and always do your best work, and the results will reflect these attitudes.

Commitment beyond yourself

A professional can see beyond him or herself and is willing to share.

Some ways to give to others in a professional capacity are as follows:

Take on an apprentice or student

Participate in professional organizations you belong to

Volunteer services to a worthy community or charity group

Encourage conservation within your work place

Join networking groups and help the members

Have referral systems in place with competitors for busy periods and complementary services

Essentially, being professional is about seeing beyond the immediate needs. By thinking about the long term perceptions of you and your business, rather than a quick dollar or score, you are likely to behave professionally.

Regards,

Shubha

Fb Id :

From India, Patna
Hi,
Bitter truth for taking complain on higher authority. A real Story.
I am working in a Trading company which has HO in another country. The place where i am working is a station of that company and as you know that station always have one station Head and here is one station head. In this station, problem is nobody ready to take any feedback from the ground level employee or above like executive employee from the head office. Manger is the one who inform everything about the station whether it is true or false because of manager they are getting growth in sales. I was the one with open mind - Manager played a game. Now i am noticed period.
what i mean to say is look around you very deeply, keep the factual report with you and do the smartly or as per the situation so that in future u will not come in trouble.
Kasim

From India, Mumbai

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