This question has been bothering me for a while – I even started this article back in 2013, but couldn’t publish it as I haven’t found an answer that satisfies me – , I have seen companies where the HR is more on the Management/CEO side, where anything that comes from higher management is done with
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I have conducted enough exit-interviews to get a baseline on the situation, and I don’t want to be another writer talking about why employees leave an organization, I would like to look at it from a different prospective. Let us reverse engineer the situation, and get back to the basics, adding only the aspect of
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“Thank you very much for you time Mr. X, do you have any questions for us?” This is almost how every recruiter ends his side of the interview, and now the tables are turned, it is the candidate’s time to ask some questions. An important point to mention here is that the recruiter might and will
The Human Resources department collects a large amount of sensitive data from its employees. The organization needs to collect HR data for a number of reasons, some include: Legal requirements: To prove that the organization is hiring at an equal opportunity standard, also, to ensure that and prove that any firing done by the company
Any employee in the organization has his/her own rights within the employment relationship; there are different factors –both internal and external – that impact that relationship. Some include: Internal Factors: Grievances: It is any/all issues that the employee has with his/her superiors. Disciplinary: Any negative action made towards the employee that was due to a
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I had the good fortune of growing up in Jubail Industrial City, my father was working for Sabic, and in Jubail, Sabic has done a wonderful job educating the community in the part an organization plays in the community, whether it is a campaign to clean the beach, or a campaign against speeding, everyone is
Dismissals are always a touchy subject, and must be handled very delicately. There are fair and unfair dismissals, which are as follows: Fair dismissals: there are 5 potentially fair reasons for dismissals which are: Capability: if the employee is proven to be incapable to perform the work he/she agreed to do in the contract. Conduct: