Phd Research Scholar In The Area Of Workplace
Learning & Teaching Fellow (retired)
Raj Kumar Hansdah
Shrm, Od, Hrd, Pms
#AnonymousToday I went to a MNC company Having office in pune.
Dy director had no idea about the Topic ,but very intrested when explained what is the issue ,what is the research done in this field.
Was very impressed and almost promised to participate in the Research .
I told that I will share my Reseach when it complets.and In what way it can help his company.since as per my information local employees are probem makers there.
So My first cold call was successful.
Have scheduled for 2 more MNCs(Part of my pilot study)
16th May 2013 From India, Pune
Thank you for the post and the attachment. I had a quick read of your abstract. I was a bit surprised to find that the references were a bit dated (2002 to 2006). A quick Google check led me to the following more recent works.
Workplace Bullying and the Role of Human Resource Management : HRVoice.org
All found at Google
Also kindly proof read your abstract as there are some gramatical errors. Hope you get the support you are seeking. You can see my credentials by clicking on "About us" in my signature.
17th May 2013 From United Kingdom
Thanks for live blogging your research experience with us. Kindly consider the suggestions made by Simhan. He guides and mentors our members for their projects and thesis.
Do keep sharing the challenges and learning. We wait to discuss, any solution we can offer.
I am based in Pune. please let me know , if I can be of any use to this research.
Wish you all the best !
17th May 2013 From India, Mumbai
#AnonymousOne more meeting with the L&D head of MNC.
Feedback was topic is good.generally difficult to get data can expect 2% success ration for filling questionnaire.
Also promised any possible help for the research.
Two more meeting in the next week and My pilot survey would be complete.
18th May 2013 From India, Pune
I appreciate Nashbramhall's references; they are first rate and an absolute pleasure to read; as well as an eye-opener, especially the data collection and meticulous research; and the absolutely admirable way they have been presented !!
Before the advent of Internet and Google, it would have been almost impossible for a research student in India to lay his hands on such excellent research papers from other part of the world.
My only concern is how can one ensure that such papers are not plagiarised ?
I think UGC and Association of Universities all over the world should have a watchdog body to continuously monitor and prevent plagiarism. A copy of all Ph D theses can be uploaded centrally and authenticated claims invited from general public.
18th May 2013 From India, Delhi
It is good to see the development of a genuine research work, in your posts. Thank you so much for sharing with CiteHr members.
Hope the completion of your Pilot Study will propel you in the right direction; help you fine-tune your questionnaires and give you enough guidance and resourcefulness to warm up.
18th May 2013 From India, Delhi
I appreciate your concern. There are softwares available that can be used to check for plagiarisation. In my active days, I had used Turniitin <link no longer exists - removed> and had caught students plagiarising.
I have also raised issues at CiteHr about the topic and my concern about it led me to becoming active here. I am sorry to say that it's a big problem the world over. In India it is more of a problem due to the number of private institutions who are bent on making money rather than uphold standards. May be I am generalising, I stand to be corrected.
18th May 2013 From United Kingdom
Congrats and great job you have done to chose this topic. Well I can say I left my job only because of that. I suffered from depression last year and still on medication .I left my job in the month of march 2013. Mostly seniors especially my boss was involved in that. I would love to help you. You can reach me at email@example.com
19th May 2013 From India, Delhi
feedback was, It is easier to get data from IT companies than others like Manufacturing and Banking or others.
because average age of workforce is 25-30,also Empolyees are more assertive and do retaliate to bullying (wrong response as per Literatuer,find training need for bullying)
Also that if questionnaire takes care of those who fake themselves as workplace bulllying victim.they were not much aware in Bullying in IT ,but Mentioned comman in there BPO IT company.also that system is avaliable where individual can inform victimization with name or Hiding his identity.(I am planning to get those as case study)
Shared one case ,where boss bullied junior, stared with disagreement on a issue and escalated to Social Humiliation by boss of junior.also reported ,victim leaving company uninformed.
Found topic important and needed.
20th May 2013 From India, Pune
Great going ! Continue this awesome and keep sharing your observation. If you are willing to publish your findings with us at our article section, please email it to me.
Looking forward to the progress of your research. Wish you all the best!
21st May 2013 From India, Mumbai
Thanks all for encouragement .
I been not updating my post .
I will be doing it regularly ,onwards
Lots many things to share
I have shifted from workplace bullying to workplace mobbing.
I am attaching my New proposal with my own litreatuer review .
I also want to give free consultation on the topic,feel free to ask for it.
25th September 2013 From India, Pune
Thank you for the attachment. I still have problem relating your working title (To study the Mobbing of Professors at workplace in Pune's Educational institutions.), aim and methodology. What is your population? Just one college or a number of institutions?
However, given the nature of the problem, snowball sampling is the correct technique to use to get the sample.
Please also see
http://edam.com.tr <link fixed> http://e-mfp.org <link fixed>
IN THEIR OWN WORDS: Academic Mobbing: Is Gender a Factor? - Women in Higher Education <link updated to site home> ( Search On Cite | Search On Google )
In Their Own Words: Teachers Bullied by Colleagues | Edutopia
Finally, it is not enough to list general websites; you need to say what exactly you obtained from those websites.
25th September 2013 From United Kingdom