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Thread Started by #nanditachilwal12345

Dear HR Gurus,
We have one male HR executive in our office. He always use abusive language everywhere. Even he use the same abusive language in front of the girls.
Gurus I need your help in this regard. Please get me the soltuion for this problem. I don't wish to log a complaint against him.
regards,
Nandita[/b]
14th March 2008 From India, Delhi
Hi !
I suggest you to talk about this with your Dept head or Director.People sort of this mentality are not to be permitted to work in the office.Ask your team members to say him not using that kind of filthy language.
Avoisd speaking with that kind of people,then he will realize wh ypeople are not speaking with him.
Have a nice day
rAMu
14th March 2008
I too have the same problem, but the abuse words are used by the management representative.... now pls tell us how to solve this issue
14th March 2008 From India, Madras
THAT HR EXECUTIVE and THE MANAGEMENT PERSON, need to be taught a lesson in their own language,
better when they come out of office, kill them, destroy their vehicle, threaten them and thrash them so that they dont come out of hospital for next 2 months.. THOSE @(#@$&@)(##$# $$#$ need to be @()#@U*(#)@&($)@&#@.
Hope you got it.
14th March 2008 From India, Pune
Nandita,
Its very unreal to hear that an HR person is using such abusive languages in the office. Where as he should be one who needs to set a healthy working culture in & around the office. Any ways coming to your query these are some solution to solve this problem.
1) Write a mail requesting to intoduce a policy regarding using of abusive language/ teasing and other acts which can hamper the work culture- send it to HR with a CC to higher authority.
2) In an informal chat session can talk on this topic.
3) Start sending some good HR practice article (can use citehr ) to him. Idea behind is self realisation. Im sure even he wants to grow in his carrier & will realise it after going thrugh some good HR practice articles
Hope your problem will be solved soon. Take initiative & help youerself as well as others (including the Mr HR)
Regards
Varun Yadav
Sr HR
15th March 2008 From India
I am also facing the same problem as Nandita but i want know what are the rules made against foul language! there might be some act or some ammendment made against this. please help me out in this.
15th March 2010 From India, Hyderabad
Dear all ,
I am HR Manager in a company recently being appointed and i see there are people who have been working for a long time . one of them is using foul language with his subordinates how to go about it.
30th November 2012 From India, Bangalore
Dear HR Gurus,
We have one male HR executive in our office. He always use abusive language everywhere. Even he use the same abusive language in front of the girls.
Gurus I need your help in this regard. Please get me the soltuion for this problem. I don't wish to log a complaint against him.
regards,
Nandita[/b]
Dear Nandita
Yes I can understand this situation. Some people are very illiterate they are not aware of office etiquettes. You must complain with your HOD (Head of department) of Higher Management to stop this kind of behavior. I thing I want to tell you should take strong action against him because you are right. I am saying this because I also faced this drastic situation in my working place.
Best regards,
Meenu
30th November 2012 From India, New Delhi
In my opinion best it to convey that person message about him using abusive language, either directly or through a co-worker, people in professional environment understand this quickly, after that is nothing seems to be aligned then it can be reported to the proper channel.
30th November 2012 From Sweden,
The most effective way to deal with is to usually discuss it with a level of management senior to the person using abusive language and let them communicate the message.

However, if the management layer above that is not responsive, or if they are also participating in similar behaviors then it could lead to a difficult situation. Even more difficult would be if the senior level management does not have the maturity to communicate the feedback in a manner that exposes the complainant. This could result in a backlash.

Complaining to the police can alleviate the situation. But let's face it, we live in a world that does not accept whistle blowers.Our society is such that the one who takes action, then needs to brave the world and their ostracization. This is the sad truth.

On the other hand, one could take the high road (call it the spiritual path) and learn to ignore these words. The words themselves are neither good nor bad, it is how we fell about them that makes them good or bad. Difficult as it may sound, one could definitely learn to NOT feel bad at the use of these words and treat it as the unfortunute lack of articulation and managerial capabilities on the part of the person who has to use these words.

Best regards,

- Anil
6th December 2012 From India, Pune
Dear All, Senior i required to make policy on eve teasing, please me for the same.
1st June 2013 From India, Mumbai
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