An interview question - problem of retaining an employee - CiteHR
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Aiswarya Baby
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Hi, While i faced a hr interview the question asked was ,"if they were 2 shifts in company- day shifts for ladies and night shifts for gents. Suppose a male candidate approach for a change in shift( night to day shift) and if the firm is not willing he will resign ,thats his approach. How will an HR solve this problem by retaining that employee."
PLEASE GUIDE ME..
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Dear,
At the time of joining explain to employees need to work in night shit on permanent basis. for motivation give them some night allowance & some extra benefits who is working in night shift.
Thanks
Sandeep
There will be such requests, but a business is never run on the basis of individual preferences.An organization needs to see its business needs. JD and staff go together without compromising on the discipline and output. While it may be inappropriate to deploy one odd female woker but as a shift, it should not be issue. Needs a mature decision, lest it will invite numerous such requests.
If the above are not possible,then we have to think laterally like :
We can ask the male employee to go for any replacement from female employee(Sometime humanitarian grounds female employee also may like to change to take care of the children in the day time if their family adjust).If both agrees we can go for mutual
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