Business Development, Employee Relations,
Learning & Teaching Fellow (retired)
Hr Consultant & Trainer
Prerna At Onesolution
Working With Onesolution Technologies
You have an Operation managers Background and this speaks volumes on your instinct nature to be "personal" and "respect" for all individuals. There are 1000s of books on internet and in citehr which u cal learn from to add more value to your Interviews.
Wish you all good luck.
11th June 2013 From Saudi Arabia, Riyadh
I am Vijay A Vaghela , I am pleased to present my
resume to you for the position of Human Resource Executive,I believe my
broad-based HR knowledge and being a dedicated person make me a qualified
candidate for the position.
I hold the MBA degree in Human Resource.I am a strong individual with great
HR and personnel management skills which makes me the perfect candidate for
this job. I am highly skilled in day-to-day administration of policies and
programs such as recruiting, compensation and benefits, training, worker
and labor relations, safety and recruitment.
My enclosed resume provides you details of my accomplishments and skills. I
am positive that a personal interview would more accurately reveal my
qualifications and the contribution I can make towards the future success
of your organization. Thank you for your time and consideration. Please
feel free to contact me if you have any question.
Vijay A Vaghela
11th June 2013 From India, Mumbai
Mr.UK Mitra has given you very good advice.You please continue with your best state of mind.
We should listen to our seniors.If they criticize us,don't be disturbed.Accept the same and try to learn good points. You described your approach to handle the interviews.This is right. See you have enough experience to handle man power as Operations Manager.
The candidates who are coming for interviews must be dealt with dignity.Ultimately they will carry image of the organisation.Be clear and strait forward in your dealings.Also try to convince your boss to handle the interviewees fairly.
With Best Wishes.
11th June 2013 From India, New Delhi
Thanks for the advice, but when she is trying to convince other way that i should follow her approach towards the candidate what should i tell her?
In my nine years of experience i have never met a person who disregard the others like this.When i asked her first time shouldn't we give the result face to face with the candidate.Her answer was what for they failed and what reason do i have to tell them why they failed.You should call the Security and tell them to send the candidate away.This is how we do things around here.Now should i tell her the obvious that they were humans?
11th June 2013 From India, Chennai
Then answer for your last question is you should be professional and friendly but not get "familiar". In order to answer your question about the behaviour of your female boss, kindly give more details about the size of the organisation, etc.
I attended only two interviews in India, ages ago, in a defence establishment and a number of interviews in the UK. In one small organisation, the MD came to receive me at the station and then saw me off. However, in a large organisation, the Personal Manager only saw me in the interview room. In a number of organisations, I only received a polite letter that informed me that I had not succeeded. So, in short, practices vary from organisation to organisation. Like my tutor said "There is NO ONE BEST WAY".
11th June 2013 From United Kingdom
I am agree with Ramesh that HR should have dignity and we are the face of the company. So we should maintain some decorum and should not get too friendly with the candidates at the time of interview. HR person should maintain Professional attitude and keep themselves as a book of discipline in office hours.
And i am totally disagree with your senior who always ask security to care the candidate.
Hope your question is well versed.
Thanks & Regards,
11th June 2013 From India, Noida
Based on your inputs and description of your boss, here are my remarks
1. Candidates coming in for selection process to be treated with dignity. Making candidates feel comfortable is one of the best practices, most organizations follow
2. In case if your boss is not comfortable with you explaining each rejected candidate - why not selected, send a regret mail
3. As you have 9 years operations management expertise, may be your boss could be 'uncomfortable' with your skills and expertise. Anyways, you cannot help !
4. Be confident and follow standard practices
5. Keep reading citehr to learn standard HR practices, issues, suggestions from various people upon a number of day to day people issues
6. In addition to this, you may browse the following sites also
SHRM INDIA | Strategic Human Resources Management | SHRM India
HBR Blog Network - Harvard Business Review
11th June 2013 From India, Bangalore
I think your HR has some ego problem, this not the first time this problem has come up, many like you face this problem from their superiors but you should not respond to that, do what you mind says its right. you are seems to be a very kind person, its reflects in your quarry. don,t let the world change your attitude let the world adopt your attitude. That what i have learned from my HR superior. when you go up the ladder you should be more humble, polite, concern but it is not the same with everyone some lose mind when get succeed
Always keep in mind that The third-rate mind is only happy when it is thinking with the majority. The second-rate mind is only happy when it is thinking with the minority. The first-rate mind is only happy when it is thinking and you have got the first-rate thinking so keep it going
12th June 2013 From India, Amritsar
Our Seniors have given useful inputs.
I also agree the behaviour with the candidates should be professional, not too much friendly. Reducing their stress or making them feel comfortable is a good motive but to certain extent only.
With regard to your boss's behaviour, I suggest handle it diligently. Don't go directly against her as she is your boss. You may politely inform her, in view of company's image, you feel it worthwhile writing the regret mails rather asking Security to send the candidates back.
Be assertive and not agressive in your actions towards her. Keep up the good work!
All the best.
13th June 2013 From India, Pune
The practise followed by Mr Senthil is right and maybe his boss needs some training in interpersonal skills.The size of organization is big and it should be concerned about its image and messages its management team is sending.
20th June 2013 From India, Mumbai