Human Resource Professional
Manager Human Resource
Manager Hr & Admn
VR Kadam
Maintenance Manager
Bharat V
Hr Executive
Occupational Nurse& Human Resources.

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Dear All,
One employee of HR Dept. was performing very well since his joining ( Joind 7 months ago) but now, after Performance Appriasal, he is not performing well. He has been given excellent increment with the promotion and is also happy with the way, has been appraised.
He is qaulified and having 6 years of experience but all of sudden become deactivate. Even not doing his routine work properly.
What should do under such circumstances?
2nd January 2008 From India, Mundra
Dear Gambhir, 1. Have your expectations become double after promoting him? 2. Talk to him and find his problem. This may be temporary effect due to some personal problem. VR Kadam
2nd January 2008 From India, Mumbai
Dear Mr. Ghambir
Giving promotion and good increment will not keep the employee happy.
Please have one more counselling with him and identify the real problem which prevents his performance. (May be his personal affairs, or any undisclosed issues with the employee may prevent his perforamance)
With regards
2nd January 2008 From India, Madras
It's good , because you have given him promotion and hike in the salary.
I think as my experience says,
1) He miffy be having problem at home like some one who is close to him may have health problems,
For this we have to visit his home and find out the exact cause behind his irregular drop in performance.
2) he might be having entered in debt trap.
He can be judged only by seeing his attitude and behavior.
Please let me know by mailing me the details.

8th January 2008 From India, Bangalore
This is typical in most of the company's after the expected appraisals, employees might not put ther 100% efforts coz..
1. he want some thing more what you have offered him in terms of designation, roles and responsiblities terms of the team and the management. terms of EGO among the peers. terms of assingned tasks, authority, rights..
hope this will help you in next counselling with your employee to resolve the issuse.
Bharat !!
8th January 2008 From India, Hyderabad
Dear Gambhir,
The only way to understand his problem - talk to him.
He might not tell you the problem in exact words. However, he would definitely give you some hints. You just need to listen carefully with the intension of resolving his issues.
Sweety Singh
8th January 2008 From India, Delhi
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