Mattamkiran
Asst. Manager - Human Resources
Rupa_bhatt
Learning And Developement - Corp.hrd
Kapil Kumar
Research Analyst
Romy728
Research Analyst

Comparison study : Appraisal and Resignation
Appraisal Resignation
In Appraisal meeting they will speak will only about your weakness, errors, failures.

In resignation meeting they speak only about you strength,achievements, success.
In Appraisal you may need to cry and beg for even 10% hike
In resignation you can demand more than 60-70% hike.
During Appraisal, they will deny You promotion saying you didn't meet the expectation, you don't have leadership qualities
During resignation, they will say you are the core memberof team,and you have leadership qualities.
There is 90% chance for not getting incentives after appraisal
There is 90% chance of Getting on-site opportunity after resignation
.cheers
kapil
20th April 2006 From India, Hyderabad
Very realistic.. aisa hi hota hai ..how do we justify these guys ..its indeed real life problem each one of us is facing in industry .. Revert back on it .. Rupa
20th April 2006 From India, Mumbai
well rupa
i just completed my MBA now plz don't say that it the same everywhere ,i think to a certain extent this cannot be avoided but i think we must work to change it remember "we should be in the system to change the system" well all my seniors plz put in ur valuable suggestions in this aspect
kapil
20th April 2006 From India, Hyderabad
HeyKapil,

Welcome to the real world buddy!! I dont want to be negative in this aspect, but FACTS cannot be changed, as they are facts. The motivating factor is defenitely MONEY when you are in early stage of your career. It is not to EARN and become MILLIONAIRES over nite, but to fulfill his own physical needs when he starts earning first. But, the worse part is companies try to pay, you as less as possible by pointing out your weak points. Dont get bored, will explain you how it happens.

Suppose, If you are into a HR-Executive interview, as a fresher I bet that it would not be possible for anyopne to know the practical work like the forms we fill for PF and stuff. we dont know the practicl problems that come under "Grievance Handling". Most of the companies just stick to these things and will create a feeling that we are gonna teach you, so, get adjusted with whatever we pay. It happens. YES, it is the problem.

You should raise to the situation and face and fight with them.

Anyhow, you are gonna to be into this mixture of PARADISE and MUD. I am sure, you will learn more.

Good Luck for your future, Gimmie.

Regards,

Kiran.
20th April 2006 From Netherlands
HAHAHAHA.... not really, I did not want to scare him. If you know the facts and fight planing according to them, you will come out as WINNER or else you would be be a LOSER. AM I RIGHT??
Kapil, Get ready for the BATTLE!
Regards,
Kiran.
21st April 2006 From Netherlands
hey kiran & rupa iam not scared bcoz i understand these things and iam ready for them as kiran suggested iam ready for the battle ,iknow that it is really going to be a bloody one
let me say you one thing " even if my future gvs me bullshit ill turn it into gobar gas and earn my living and respect " what do you say guys
kapil
21st April 2006 From India, Hyderabad
well! you are right Kiran ..He is all set for Battle .
ahah ! it seems you got challenged Kapil....butDecisions on career first requires analysis and determination to go in that field and then it requires power strenghth brains to meet all challenges ahead .. and how is it that you can give up saying that your career will be........
You are here to make up the BEST you can be ..
Monetary Benefits and Otheres will come to you naturally ..
Wht your Opinion Kiran ?
Regards
Rupa
21st April 2006 From India, Mumbai
Hi,
I am agree with Rupa & kiran.
Kapil it happens…………………when we go to give our resignation they come up with very good feedback like ....u r the bone of our team, you r really doing a great job and we are planning to put u in a new role…….. but at appraisal they come up with feedback like anything. Sometimes they tell you…………….u never dreamed.
So live in reality………………and not in dreams.
Warm regards
21st April 2006 From United States, Lincolnshire
Hey Rupa,

Well said, what you said is completely practical. I like practical thinking.

To tell you what, If you are not into the warfiled , sometimes, your positive attitude makes you think of the things that are impossible and gives you the feeling that ou sure can do it(Now, dont say that IMPOSSIBLE itslef says I M Possible :) ). But, once if you get some experience and see and face the real life situations, your attitude will help you think posiively along with practical sense, provided you have HUNGER, THRIST, DRIVE, PASSION for the SUCCESS. Anyhow, These are phases of life, so, better enjoy it. Wise man will always go with the facts.

Hey Kapil, nothing worng with your hinking or I am not trying to discourage you. I too used to think in the same way at my time of MBA. So, never mind.

But, what we share the tough times and practical experiences with our juniors so that they can find and come out with a better solution to he situaion.

Good Luck ahead, Kapil, I am sure you have he ability o FIGHT and emerge as WINNER.

To be successful in life, HATE and HATE and HATE and HATE and HATE loosing. Develop enemity towards losing.

Regards,

Kiran.
22nd April 2006 From Netherlands
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