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Sanjib D Lahkar

Hi Guys, How come there are no posts in this forum? Lets get started....!!! Thanks and regards, Sanjib D Lahkar.
From India, Delhi
Hi All Cite HR Members from Assam, Pl start posting your various HR related issues. Regards, Deep Asst. Manager-HR
From China, Qinhuangdao
Amritraj Saikia

Well, Its true not much of us have responded. I believe we have a lot of Civil and Mechanical professionals currently at Assam working for infrastructure companies. May be i can reach them. Plz help me.

From India, Madras
Dear All Cite HR Members from Assam,
Let's make an HR Group of all HR professionals from Assam working across India. Let's get proactive now discuss all our HR related issues. We are one of the least discussed local user groups in Cite HR. I wonder whether there are are any HR professionals from Assam working anywhere in India. Gear up !!! Guys, let's make it a practice among all Asomiya HR professionals to discuss all our HR related issues.
Deepjyoti Phukan
Asst. Manager-Human Resources

From China, Qinhuangdao
Hi Folks,
Sonjeeb Here.........from bangalore......nice to see you all here......lets discuss all problems relating to HR in this forum............Thanks to Mr Sanjib (hai my name is also Sonjeeb) start the forum.....splly for HR professionals for assam......................................
HR Exe

From India, Bangalore
Amritraj Saikia

Dear All,
We have a lot of people from Assam working for different companies across India and abroad and each of us are doing a wonderful job. Our first objective shall be to know each other. How much can we help/share our thoughts related to HR.
I wanted to find out
*what are the effective ways to retain people in an organization.
*How do I groom the new upcoming civil and mechanical engineers to prepare for the challenge?
i would be interested more in infrastructure industry. We all know that infrastructure industry is undergoing through tremendous growth and expansion. I request everyone to express their views and suggestion.
Thanxs and Regards
Amritraj Saikia
Deputy Manager- Learning Development

From India, Madras
Hai Amitraj,
Good Evng. Sonjeeb Here from bangalore.....The two tough question you posted....every organization facing the problem of RETENTION. According to my knowledge People leaving the organization because of following reasons...............
1. Growth Opportunity.
2. Stress.
3. Higher Education.
4. Relationship with reporting manager.
5. Promotion and Reward System.
6. Bad name of the company. (Specially in Marketing people)
7. Last but not Least SALARY ISSUE.
We can ,
The Best Way to retain the talent COMMUNICATE COMMUNICATE COMMUNCATE with employees wats there problems, why they want to leave.
and Reward your employees Promptly........
This is my personal experience in the organization. May be am not correct.
Thanks and Regards

From India, Bangalore
Hi Sonjeeb/Amritraj,

Nice to hear frm you guys. Good that people have startd posting their queries in this forum. I am Deep working in an FMCG Co in Mumbai as an Asst. Manager-Human Resources. The most imp task for us as HR professionals is to constantly train, motivate and retain our employees. The reasons that Sonjeeb has cited for attrition are very true;as it is the usual answers which the employees give during their exit interviews.I believe that every organisation should have an informal exit mangement with the HR so that they feel to discuss why they were leaving the org & an online exit management form should be activated for all the employees leaving the organisation which should go directly to HRD dept & the Top Management without any information being divulged to thier reporting seniors.This can help us in making new policies to motivate & retain good people.

I too agree that proper & effective communication with the employees can help in solving their queries & grievances. There should be a direct communication of the employees with the HRD dept. without the intervention of their reporting senior. This can help us in gaining the confidence of the employees.

Moreover to motivate the sales people; it is not necessary that we should pay them as par our competitors. What i believe that we as HR professionals should strive to retain our employees not because of being an excellent pay master but becoz of inducing a better work culture and a good employer. Of course, money matters but we can motivate our employees through "CASHLESS MOTIVATION". Various schemes like 'Long Time service awards', 'sales contests', 'Pat on the Back awards', 'Certificate of Excellence awards' can be given to our employees to motivate them and to make them feel that the company cares for them.

If you people have any more ideas to motivate and retain people, pl pen down your thoughts so that we can make our work place a better environment to work.

Best Regards,


From China, Qinhuangdao
Amritraj Saikia

Dear Sonjeeb/Deep,

Thanxs a ton for ur valuable suggestion. As a part of our initiative to motivate and bring in recognition within our organization is to conduct internal training session for our own employees. It has been observed that employee with their expertise in their own field can always be shared with their junior, with the relevant dept / people. The out come

*Employee recognition who conducts this programme.

*Knowledge sharing

*An opportunity to communicate among a moderate crowd (usually the participants are about 10 to 15 for the session)

*Breaking the monotony of usual work at office.

These sessions are generally on Saturday and for an hour or hour and a half. End of the programme every month the Faculties are honored with a memento and a Letter of Appreciation.

The informal feedback of these sessions is very encouraging. The existing people who had been the faculties want to do more sessions. There are new people who have come forward to be faculties on their respective field. My entire Saturdays for about 8 months are booked.

Well, this is one small initiative to keep a few of my employees motivated. May be u can share ur ideas / suggestion to keep the employees happy and motivated.

Thanxs & Regards


From India, Madras
Hello amitraj / deep
Nice to see your reply. What deep cited is 100% correct. Specially Online Exit Management, Pay them same what your competator is/are paying, CASHLESS MOTIVATION is also good option to reduce attrition.
and what amit is doing for new comers is excellent idea. splly sharing ideas.
Last but not least ALYZ MOTIVATE YOUR EMPLOYEES........
I am just a rookie in HR field.... Plz share your new ideas....

From India, Bangalore
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