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What happens to a person who is working in a company without completing his graduation and is on a verge of getting promoted in the same company itself because of the past performance. will he get promoted or will he be given a probation period to complete graduation ??
what all are the consequences in this scenario the person can get to face ??

From India
Basically if your qualification is appropriate for the vacant position then only you will be considered, because a sofar as my knowledge goes every designation has a required set of qualifications no matter how great performer the employee is.
As far as the consequences are concerned it solely depends on the management what decision they take.
Nway all the best........:) :) :)

From India, Mumbai
the basic requirment is graduation.. but the degree is almost over with just 2 papers left as suplimentry .. so in this case is it possible to give a probation time to clear the pending 2 papers ??
From India
If the person is a good performer and does not have a degree, tell him that he would be promoted if he completes his degree. The second option is to offer him monetary assistance to help him complete his degree. This would also be a retention tool.
Before, you do any of the above, check if the higher position really requires a degree!!! or even an under grad can do the task.

From India, Bangalore
the basic requirment is graduation.. but the degree is almost over with just 2 papers left as suplimentry .. so in this case is it possible to give a probation time to clear the pending 2 papers ?? probably the hr might overlook the graduation requirment.. but this wat basically i want to knw if they can actually overlook the matter and let the employee go ahead with what he is doing..?? this is why i need help from a proffessional HR person to help me on this issue..
From India
If the basic requirement is degree, tell him that he must acquire one before he is considered for the position.
One paper or two pending is not the issue. The fact is that he is not a degree holder. Get him to understand this.
Also, it's not appropriate to wait for HR to overlook the fact.

From India, Bangalore
Even if Bill Gate didn’t accquired the basic degree till last year. Promote him eventually if he is performing well. Regards Ashok
From India, Bangalore
In private organisations, these rules can be altered.
What is there in a degree if he s performing exceedingly well and if the management feels he can do well in the new job as well.
Without clearing the paers he has done well.
So what is the problem
We should have considered all these facts before his joining
I have in my career overlooked the basic criteria in many instances.
Qualification might help
But it is not all
Promote him without any conditions attached

From India, Chennai
hi siva
Does this actually works ??
Who is responsible for altering the rules ??
Is it someone from the HR team or refrence from the boss will help ??
What can a person do from his end to remain a part of the company ??
Can He be provided with a probation period so that he can clear his remaining papers ??
Kindly put some light on this as one of my known is in grief-stricken he needs help badly and this is d best way i can do it..

From India
There are two scenarios.
1. Either he gets promoted without completing his degree
2. you wait for him to complete his degree to promote him.
I would ask these questions.
1. Why do you want to promote him? Is it because you have a role for him to perform, or he is getting promoted just like that?
If the first case, dont wait for him to complete the degree. If otherwise, i assume, that your organization is not going to lose much by not promoting him, then insist on completing the degree.
2. Can your organization afford having this person quit (worst scenario). If yes, again insist on completing his degree?
Also evaluate what is that you gain out of him completing his degree as an organization. I would suggest that you promote him and link his compensation revision based on his completion of degree. Commit to him, what is he required to do and set that as a target under his KRAs.
Hope this helps.

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