Sr. Officer Hr
PRABHAT RANJAN MOHANTY
Hr & Ir
Administration Manager - Hr Dept.
18th August 2017 From India, Mumbai
I share same views that of Mr.Shrikant's. When someone is doing multi-tasking jobs , to think of denying him due wages and skill level that too by HR person is against the sense of propriety and legality.
HR - Consultant
19th August 2017 From India, Mumbai
Your Management has been doing injustice to the poor employee by utilising his knowledge and asking him to do clerical job for last 2 years. Instead of appreciating and or motivating him by compensating the clerical MW, the management is paying him un-skilled category wages.
Now suddenly you felt to seek advise from the members after 2 years about the designation is only to safeguard your company from legal consequences.
You can propose Assistant designation by compensating Semi-skilled wages which will help him for his further studies and he will remain loyal to your organisation as long as he serves.
Excuse me for my views and if hurt anyone's feelings.
20th August 2017 From India, Thane
Thank you for the advise however I will like to add that our management has fully supported the person and guided him to complete his education so that we can logically give him what he deserves. Post following your responses we have initiated the next course of action. He has just completed his 10th Class. We are now making efforts to get his 12th done also.
All of you have been a great help. Thanks a lot !!
21st August 2017 From India, Delhi
If the Management is Positive and supporting the employee hence suggest you go for " ASSOCIATE - ADMN" instead of Helper / un / Semi / Highly worker , once he acquires required qualification you can change his designation to Officer / Executive etc.,
21st August 2017 From India, Hyderabad
This is a matter of appreciation that you recognised one's skill and want to promote. Always try to give a position that can match with the present qualifiaction and job. Since the concerned is an HSC pass, the designation of 'office attendant' would be appropriate and fall under USK category.
22nd August 2017 From India, Mumbai