Hi All,
Need your suggestion !!!!
In our office, two of employee doing loud discussion so it was impact to others work also so i asked them what happen why you are doing this. Thus one of employee shout me and very arrogantly Said " Don't talk to me " in-front of every one .
Same day in morning, i came to office and one employee asked me to who's winner of last Saturday Competition. so i reply him that our team won the game and he again comment so all laughed including me . So another employee feel bad because of I laugh.
After that meeting with CEO & COO, he apologised to me but meaningless.
I feel insulting and hurt my self respect.
As HR & Human being please advise what should i do ?

From India, Pune

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These are trivial issues. Call the employees who have raised the voice to a separate cabin and counsel them. Educate them that raising voice, talking against HR are not good practice. Document it as verbal warning in their personal file.

From India, Madras
Hello Sir,
Thanks for the reply.
Sir, CEO & COO called him for discussion in his cabin and that time he said Sorry to me but only for formality purpose and next day most of employee show me their attitude, not talk with me and avoid me.
Without any mistake they want me to feel guilty.

From India, Pune

With due consideration to human feelings,certain things are to be ignored.
Loud voices n talk about HR if any can be overlooked if it is a stray comment.
It is not HR duty to tell any employee to be less noisy.
The dept Head should tackle such intra dept issues.
Just do your duty in friendly interactive manner

From India, Pune
Dear colleague,
In the first incident of loud talking, your approach was inappropriate.
You should not have directly ticked off an employee as it is the responsibility of the team leader to discipline. You ought to have brought this truant behaviour to his notice and advised him to take an appropriate action.
Second incident is such a trivial that you could have simply ignored it.
Vinayak Nagarkar

From India, Mumbai
Hi All, Thank you for your suggestion.
From India, Pune

Dear Avantika,
I think that person had some internal dispute with you, i don,t know what is that it could be related with work, or else that is why he or she shouted on you. try to ignore these type of person. if he or she taking loudly that effect everyone not only you. everyone should raise their concern regarding their discussion.
Thanks & Regards

From India, Ghaziabad

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