Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling
HR & Labour Law Consultant
13th October 2015 From India, Mumbai
Reason for boredom should be found out by interaction with employees.
Working on an assumptions could lead to wrong solutions.
Interact with employees at work spot and canteens,observe them at work and then come to a conclusion.
Then look for a feasible solution.
13th October 2015 From India, Pune
Even though you are based in Vietnam, I guess human nature is the same everywhere.
Further to what B.Saikumar & Nathrao mentioned/suggested, are you sure they HAVE sufficient work to do to cover the full working day time?
Prima-facie, the employees surely DON'T 'enjoy' what they are doing....else 'getting bored' doesn't arise. 'Tired/fatigued' Yes, but not bored.
14th October 2015 From India, Hyderabad
I am also facing the same issue in my office. I analysed the situation and talked to some of the employees, the main reason behind their boredom is limited work or no work in office. There is not much support from the Director also as most of the time he is not available to discuss the issues. As an HR, is organizing only fun or employee engagement activities the only solution to this? Please suggest.
14th October 2015 From India, Gurgaon
Possibilities of such nature on work site is found with some employees who either are high performers who finish their job before timeline.Or Employees who are not self motivated or initiative takers.
Analysis of both the conditions is necessary to work towards finding and appropriate solutions.
However it is always better to ensure that employees are brought in to the main stream of the business to understand their role and their very requirement to the organisation.Apart from engagement activities, encouraging employees to contribute with their creative ideas and concepts about the development of the business with award and rewards connected to it will keep their mind occupied.
14th October 2015 From India, Vadodara