Suresh P
Hr Professional
Korgaonkar K A
Raj Kumar Hansdah
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Private Consultant On Labour Laws
Hiten Parekh
Hr - Pharmaceutical Industry
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Hello seniors and my dear colleagues,
Please clarify whether the payment of bonus new ammendment, 2012 bill is been approved in the parliament? and if so, plz provide some more light on the ammendments and ommissions mentioned in it. i am totally confused. which one should i consider now?
do we have to pay the bonus to those employees whose sal or wage is not more than ten thousand or to all the employees?
do we have to consider the sal or wage slab for ten thousand while computing bonus?
Kindly help me in this regard....

From India, Vijayawada
The bill No xxx of 2012 was a private bill .This has not become law till date. Varghese Mathew
From India, Thiruvananthapuram
While endorsing Varghese ji, I regret to say that we HR professionals ask query without doing own study in subject matter.
This subject is discussed in this forum earlier many times. Also, atleast HR professionals should know repercussion if such kind of bills are passed. We should understand that such bill is passed, it will be a headline in all the news channels and in news papers.
Why HR professionals should get confused? If HR professionals are confused then what other people will do?
I am compelled to write this after reading so many such postings. Any body ask any question without any thinking. I will appreciate if intelligent questions are asked in this forum by HR professionals.

From India, Mumbai
Yes this forum should do serious issues or substantive question of law rather than simple facts which can be known by one reading of bare Acts.When we see some questions we can only pity on the level of awareness on simple things of law which every HR executive should know.
Varghese Mathew

From India, Thiruvananthapuram
I agree with the views of Mr. Varghese Mathew and Mr. Koragaonkar.
Although asking questions is encouraged; however, (not this question, but) we often come across some queries which would never have arisen had the person paid some attention to his MBA classes or has studied the basics of HRM out of his own interest.
It is sad to see the level of ignorance and confusion, which ultimately reflects on the professionalism of HR professionals. In fact, it is appalling to find that in some small companies, in respect of HR matters and issues, more reliance is placed on the opinions of Finance and Operation professionals than on HR.
Warm regards.

From India, Delhi
Dear Members,
I fully endorsed the views expressed by our esteemed members Sh Koragaonkar and Sh Varghese Mathew. It really hurts us when stupid & silly queries are raised that by the members.Some of the members ask questions without parting with the complete information or facts of the case as a result we have to seek information relating to one's query.Though I am not a very old member but I feel that Cite HR is such a forum from where you can extract all the solution or answers to your queries without even raising or posting any questions relating to your problems.I feel that cite hr should develop some system not to entertain incomplete queries raised by members or to advise them to invariably furnish all the relevant information without fail.
BS Kalsi
Member since Aug 2011

From India, Mumbai
Well, this was the headline news and spread widely on the web so I think members should avoid to ask these type of queries in this esteemed forum better if they do some home work themselves by doing a little search on Google if they have some doubt or confusion instead of posting these type of queries on citehr
From India, Lucknow
Lets encourage the juniors or members seeking advice or suggestion. With all due respect to all seniors lets not punish the individual by using such strong words. we are HR professional (soft by heart & hard by mind).

From India, New Delhi
We should encourage people to ask questions, I fully agree with you. However should not encourage "Spoon feeding" kind of things.
In fact, I suggest the moderators / site developer to put another stage of filter to ensure before posting any query, that ask whether you "Researched" on the subject / query in citeHR and only after confirming her / his attempts, the new post be initiated.

From India, Pune
Dear Seniors,
Notwithstanding with all said above, I belive young HR professionals are often strive to double sure themselves before representing things elsewhere and therefore they tend to post fact based querries here. I am sure the person has done all the posible research in news papers and journals etc. but upon not getting anything relevant there, he chosen a tayloramade way.
I still feel, we can avoid hard language and advise to go through the bare acts and stay in tact with latest decisions on statutory matters at least.
Anil Richhariya

From India, Gurgaon

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