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Dear Seniors,

I have decided to write this after thinking several times in my mind, whether sharing this is right or wrong.

I am working in very reputed Indian MNC as Plant HR Head, like any other unit in my unit as well there are lot of people are working who are direct/Indirect relatives of Unit head and they are taking unwanted advantage of this and doing unethical thing which is against the company(including Unit head) policy.I had directly discussed on this with unit head and also informed to top management as well but since our unit is in a winding down face nobody is much care bout that.

All these thing are making uncomfortable for me to work in this unit but same time neither am getting transfer to other business nor am getting any opening from other organisation (Luck is not in my favor).

Some seniors my say this is my immaturity to cop up with the situation or may be am facing such situation first time in my HR career but these are not my cup of tea, if I find any thing wrong I would inform the same to the concerned person whether in current organisation or any other organisation.

Kindly give your advice on this.

6th November 2014 From India, Pondicherry
Srupadam - You can’t really do anything further after having kicked up the issue to the final decision makers. Look for another job and begin now
6th November 2014 From India, Mumbai
Dear Srupadam,
With reference to your subject, I would like to mention that from my point of view you have done your duty by escalating unethical happenings to the employer. Now the boll is in their court so you need not to worry about happenings.
Also it is clear that after knowing about this, your employer is not ready to take any action means he is not interested due to your unit is in a winding down face (so nobody is much care about that) as stated by you.
Hence, the better option is to search another Job and start preparation to break interviews as that is the only good you can do or utilize your time to add some values to self.
Yogesh Pawar.
6th November 2014 From India, Mumbai
As long as you are clean and not doing anything wrong dont worry, be diplomatic work there till you find another job, my advise do not resign unless you find something.
8th November 2014 From India
Sorry to note the state of affairs. Like others have said you need not worry, as you have already flagged it.
When you go for interviews kindly do not mention anything about this unethical behavior of others.
8th November 2014 From United Kingdom
i do agree with this... sometimes either we need to cope up or leave the place peacefully.
11th November 2014 From India, Chennai
Good Morning Everybody,
Same situation here but scenario bit different as in Healhcare unit...infact couple of trustees are politically affiliated and even one of them is a standing member in local municipal corporation and with their references with have bunch of employees disturbing the flow of day to day activities, cant take action, cant say anything infact we stand in the firing line.
Such kind of unethical practices causes lot mental stress, emotional breakdown, loss of confidence and depression.But thanks to my family and couple of colleagues who gave me support in this nonsensical situation and as said by other colleagues awaiting for right opportunity to move out and till then staying diplomatic and mostly mum.
Thank You.

12th November 2014 From India, Mumbai
Dear Srupadam,
It is difficult to tackle things when it goes out of our range. We must project the issue to our superior (to whom we are reporting) with all facts and figures. You have done your duty in projecting the issues. If the employer/Head is not taking action, you need not bother. But one thing you must know - you should keep everything in writing to your boss in a confidential note and also maintain a diary. If tomorrow anybody questions, you can show the work done by you so that you are not blamed at a later date. There are lot of avenues for HR if you haunt properly. I advise it is better to leave the company and one cannot carryout job peacefully with the prevailing circumstances.
Best of Luck!!!
13th November 2014 From India, Visakhapatnam
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