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Tips to Engage Employees During Recession

Tricks to engage employees during recession

One of the most challenging aspects of running an organization is the task of ‘employee engagement’. The Human Resource Department is the driving force that keeps it on the go. HR does not face much of a problem when the company runs in good days. The big blow comes during the time of recession.

Recessions are normally dreaded times when the global market remains at question. Company ceases to grow which directly affect the employees. In simpler words, no more increments and no more promotions. It is a phase where employees feel demotivated and challenges the HR management to come up with effective strategies to pass the tough phase.

Importance of employee engagement

Most importantly, because it directly benefits the company. Profitability and engagement go hand in hand. The more the competition, the more is the outcome. Plus employees to need financial growth to sustain in this tough world. But when recession knocks at the door, the engagement level suffers questioning the sustainability of the company in future.

A few of the characteristics include passion for work, emotionally mature, affect positive environment, customer satisfaction, personal initiative, job involvement, relationship building, embrace change, critical thinking, self-development, creativity, trustworthy and so on.

Impact of unemployment

There has been a global unemployment session going on it the present. Jobs are scarce and layoffs are everywhere. There is a feeling of insecurity in the market, companies are being downsized and there is this constant fear of permanent job loss.

Feeling Good Matters in the Workplace, a 2006 Gallup study says that there are usually three types of employees in an organization:

  • 28% include the engaged employees. This section normally works with the right zeal and potential with innovations to run the company and bring it to the top.
  • 54% include the non engaged employees or the checked out. They are termed as sleepwalkers. They to work for the company but does not really care about the outcome. They only believe in meeting deadlines and getting their work done.
  • The rest 18% form the actively disengaged lot. They seem to be unsatisfied and remain busy complaining about their grumpy work life. Nothing makes them happy. They keep on undermining engaged coworkers accomplishments.

However, the last decade has seen a certain growth in the engaged employee’s graph. It rose from 26 to 30 percent and actively disengaged employees rose from 15 to 20 percent.

Tips to engage employees in recession

Employ management/leadership practices

Managers and supervisors should understand the importance of their role and their influence on the employees. The flow of communication should never break otherwise it is bound to break employee expectations and affect performance report.

HR may adopt strategies like at times of severe recession when budgets do not allow for training off-site, they must be able to take advantage of employees’ interests and engage them for work.

Challenge employees

One of the most experimented human psychologies is that people tend to give their best if they are scaled or marked. They do everything they can to prove their potentials. Employ this strategy during time of recessions. Challenge employees with different task and they will automatically achieve more than normal. But do not forget to guide and mentor them.

Converse with employees

Listen to their emotional side. Maintain the communication bridge. Let them share their insights. Clear their doubts. This is because no matter how professional you tend to be, if any personal issue stings, you will never be able to give your cent percent. Therefore ease their mind with a healthy employee-employer relationship.

Arrange get to gather

Floor activities and events create short term good memories that immensely aid in developed work potential. HR can organize get to gather where employees can show their hidden talent and be rewarded. This way they get off work without getting off exactly. This is undoubtedly one of the best strategies to adopt during recession.

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Health Risk Factors and Life Style Modification

Our current sedentary life style, focusing on Money and Fame gives very little time to concentrate on Health matters. Most of you may be aware of the factors that help or deter the health condition. I am sure you will all find the attachment as a good Health Guide / Companion.

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Posted by Hrformats - August 31, 2013 at 2:04 PM

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25 Management Lessons from Peter F.Drucker

Peter F. Drucker is considered to be the father of management and because of him only the theories of management has become so easy.

This is Very nice presentation on the subject matter.The presentation is complied by Mr.Sompong Yusoontorn.

It is pertinent to mention that Peter F Drucker observed that Knowledge Workers are difficult to be contained and it will be one of the biggest challenges of 21 Century.

I am sure you will come to know few new things about management that you do not know already.

 

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Posted by Hrformats - June 10, 2013 at 8:07 PM

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Form of Fire License

It is the License which your unit need to obtain from the Fire department (fire station) every year.

You need to submit the Filled application along with Drawing that shows the fire protecting system to obtain the license.

(See Section 13)

S.No

Description

 

1. Premises Number and Name of the building
2. Occupantsa. Name of Firm or company or Business factory

 

b. Name of the Proprietor / Owner

 

c. Name of the contract

3.Description ofa. Nature of Business, trade or process

 

b. Commodities and quantities applied

for

 

c. Position of storages in relation to

number of rooms, floor area, etc

 

d. Commodities already licensed

together with quantities (by

Municipality, State or Central Govt)

State license Number.

 

e. Trade, business or commodities

applied for disapproved with reasons

if any.

4Building:a. Construction features (Fire resistance

of the building in hours)

(i) General:

Low fire risk-cement concrete or Brick-walled medium fire risk-medium fire risk brick-walled and Timber framed.  High fire risk-mostle timber framed such as timber floors , timber roof, timber staircase etc.,  (ii) Particulars:Number of storeys and basement if any

Height of the building

 

Walls

Doors

Windows (barred etc.,)

Varandhas or Balconies

Floors (attics, mezzanine floors, list etc.,

 

 

 

S.No

Description

 

     CeilingRoof (or terrace)
     Number of staircase and position
enclosed or open
b. Other occupations within immediate 20/all-round the proposed building

 

Shops, Godowns, Factories, Work-shops ,
Hotels, Departments Stores, Schools,

Hospitals, Residence, Offices etc., 5.Observation:(i)                  Width of Road/Street. Lane

(ii)                Accessibility for Fire engines

(iii)               Nearest Fire hydrant

(iv)              Bounded on (if open space, state width and whether road, lane by lane or sweeper’s lane if structures, state shop building etc., and proximity)

North

South

East

West 6.Nearest means of communication

(i)                  Telephone

(ii)                Street Fire Alarm

(iii)               Fire Station

(iv)              Police choke or station / Telephone No. 7.Installed Fire fighting equipments, if any (buckets, sand fire-extinguishers and their types, fire-aid, hose, reel, private hydrants and hose, sprinklers, pumps etc.,) 8.Fire Detection:(i)                  Fire detecting and alarm systems, if any

(ii)                Watchman, if any 9.Water supply, other sources, if anyLists, Static tanks, Wells, Ponds etc., storage tank

(over-head, surface or underground)

 

Certified that the above particulars furnished are true to the best of my knowledge.

 

 

Signature

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Negativity- Poison that kills – Avoid at all costs

A nice compilation.


Learning comes in two ways.
By knowing HOW TO BE and also
HOW NOT TO BE.

The PPT handles deftly both, first on the negatives and then on the positives.

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Posted by Hrformats - October 29, 2012 at 1:00 PM

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30 Great Quotes On Attitude

Enclosed is the 30 Great Quotes On Attitude.

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Sample Travel Reimbursement & Daily Allowance Policy

I have Attached Sample Travel Reimbursement & Daily Allowance Policy.


TA/DA NOTE APPROVAL

Date: 02nd Aug 2012

 

BACKGROUND:

Employees of Celkon at present are being paid TA DA and miscellaneous expenses incurred in travel on official tours as per the extent of existing rules. These allowances under these Rules are insufficient to cover the actual expenses incurred for touring. Since it is imperative to have Tour Rules conducive for maintaining sense of quality for all our staff it is being suggested as following:

PROPOSAL:

It is being proposed to revise the Tour Rules and apply the Rules as per the following Linkages

 

Designation

Employee Category

District Sales Officer/Territory Sales Officer/Any officer, Executive level positions.

Grade – I

Area Service Coordinator/ Territory Sales In charge/All Assistant Manager positions.

Grade –II

Area Sales Manager/Territory Sales Manager /service Manager/All Deputy Manager positions.

Grade –III

Zonal Sales/service Manager/State Heads

Grade –IV

 

The proposed Tour Rules as per above Linkages are submitted in the annexure for approval.

 

 

 


TOUR, TRAVEL AND DAILY ALLOWANCE RULES ON OFFICAL TOURS

 

Grade and Travel Entitlement:

Grade

Designation

Entitlement (Class of Travel)

Local Conveyance

IV

Zonal Sales/service Manager/State Heads II Tier Ac / Air@ Cab/ 4wheeler with as per actual

III

Area Sales Manager/Territory Sales Manager /service Manager/Deputy Managers. III Tier AC / Volvo AC Buses Auto/Self as per actual

II

Service Coordinator/ Territory Sales In charge/Assist Managers. Sleeper / Non AC Buses Auto/Self as per actual

I

District Sales Officer/Territory Sales Officer /service  Officer/executives Sleeper / Non AC Buses Auto/Self as per actual

@ Employees in Category – IV are eligible for Air Travel only on prior approval.

 

Number of Kilometers allowed per day category wise:

A maximum of 1200km will be reimbursed per month for staff of all categories. The Mileage / distance from residence to office and back would be deducted.

A Prior Approval for using Cab/4Wheeler is Mandatory.

 

Hotel Room Tariff Entitlements Limits:

State

AP

Karnataka

Tamilnadu

Category of Cities

Grade

A

B

C

A

B

C

A

B

C

IV

1500

1200

 1000

1500

1200

 1000

1500

1200

 1000

III

 1200

 1000

800

 1200

 1000

800

 1200

 1000

800

II

 800

700

600

 800

700

600

 800

700

600

I

 500

 500

400

 500

 500

400

 500

 500

400

State

UP/UK

Rajasthan

Delhi

Category of Cities

Grade

A

B

C

A

B

C

A

B

C

IV

 1800

1500

1200

 1800

1200

 1000

 1800

1500

1200

III

 1400

1200

1000

 1400

 1000

800

 1400

1200

1000

II

 1000

 800

700

 1000

700

600

 1000

 800

700

I

800

700

600

 700

 600

500

800

700

600

State

Pune & Mumbai

Rest Of MH

MP/Chattisgarh

Category of Cities

Grade

A

B

C

A

B

C

A

B

C

IV

 1800

1500

1200

 1800

1500

1200

1500

1200

 1000

III

 1400

1200

1000

 1400

1200

1000

 1200

 1000

800

II

 1000

 800

700

 1000

 800

700

 800

700

600

I

800

700

600

800

700

600

 500

 500

500

 

State

Bihar/ West Bengal

Punjab

Orissa

Category of Cities

Grade

A

B

C

A

B

C

A

B

C

IV

 1800

1500

1200

 1800

1500

1200

1500

1200

 1000

III

 1400

1200

1000

 1400

1200

1000

 1200

 1000

800

II

 1000

 800

700

 1000

 800

700

 800

700

600

I

800

700

600

800

700

600

 500

 500

500

Note:  The entitlements shown above are inclusive of all taxes and discounts.

 

A Class Cities:

Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi, Noida, Pune,

 

B Class Cities:

All other state capitals and Agra, Allahabad, Aligarh, Aurangabad, Agartala, Amritsar, Amarawati, Ambala, Bareilly, Bellary, Belgaum, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Coimbatore, Cochin, Davanegere, Dehradun, Ghaziabad, Gorakhpur, Guwahati, Gulbarga, Goa, Gangtok, Haldwani, Haridwar, Kanpur, Moradabad, Nainital, Pondichery Rohtak, Indore, Jaipur, Kholapur, Kota, Jalandhar, Jamshedpur, Jamangar, Jammu, Jodhpur, Ludhiana, Mysore, Nasik Nagpur, Patna, Raipur, Ranchi, Sholapur, Salem, Surat, Srinagar(J&K), Siliguri, Shillong, Surat, Thane, Thiruchirapalli, Trivandrum, Udaipur, Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam, Varanasi, Vadodara, Vellore.

 

C Class Cities:

Cities other than those mentioned above.

Daily Allowance on Tour

Grade I

Grade II

Grade III

Grade IV

150

200

250

350

 

* Employees are eligible for Daily Allowance only in case of work at outstation & can claim as above.

* Mislleneous expenses like washing, stationary etc can be charged as per actual.

Mobile Reimbursement:

Mobiles reimbursement is given to staff only for official communication.

Staff has to procure their own hand sets in case of any CUG SIM cards along with company numbers with corporate plan have been issued to any employee.

All personal calls must be deducted from the total.

The permitted amounts of mobiles allowance are:

Employee       Grade

Permitted Limit per month

1

500

2

750

3

Actual (CUG)

4

Actual (CUG)

Note:

Claims will be processed for every 15 days.

Bill date should not be older than one Month.

Original Bills need to be submitted, Xerox copies etc will not be accepted.

Immediate reporting authority need to Approve the Claims.

Staff found guilty of any unethical practices will be dealt seriously.

 

 

                                                                                 Submitted for approval.

                                                                                 __________________________

                                                                                 (Managing Director)

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Posted by Hrformats - October 3, 2012 at 6:31 AM

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EPFO Launches E-Passbook

Please see the EPFO Notification, now the members can download the PF details in a e-PASSBOOK from the e-SEWA portal.

 

 

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Posted by Hrformats - July 26, 2012 at 4:38 AM

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New monthly return under Factories Act

 I have Attached New monthly return under Factories Act

Form 27 A
Monthly Return
[ See rule 119 (2) ]
Salary statement for the month ended………………………………
This return is to be submitted by all factories electronically
General information
1 Name and address of factory, street,
city, district
2 Name and designation of owner /employer
3 Name and designation of manager
4 Contact details of employer Telephone Fax
e-mail Mobile
5 Contact details of manager Telephone Fax
e-mail Mobile
6 Unique Factory Number
7 Registration number and its expiry date under Registration Number Expiry Date
Factoris Act
8 Legal Status of establishment a.Proprietorship
b.Partnership
c.Private Limited Company
d.Public Limited Company
e.Cooperative Firm
f.Family Business
g.Other
9 Ownership a. National
b.Foreign
c.Joint National and Foreign
10 Type of employment as per the Schedule write down approriate type among the
in the Minimum Wages Act, 1948 Schedule
(Examplaes : Engineering, Loundry, Plastics etc.)
11 Date of commencement of factory
Workforce
Workers over 18 years Workers over 15 years but < 18 years Workers below15 years Total
M F M F M F M F
12 Managers and supervisors (whose wage < 10,000)
13 Number of permanent employees
14 Contract workers
15 Temporary workers
Casual workers
Badli workers
16 Apprentices
Trainees
17 Family members
Paid
Unpaid

 

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House Keeping Checklist Format

I Have attached the format House Keeping Checklist Format

area of the place : toilet             checklist – daily      23.08.2011 to   01 .09.2011
ACTIVITY – HOUSE KEEPING
Mirrors Wash Basin Tap Soap Toilet Roll Garbage Bin Mopping Fragrance Ball Supervisor Sign
Time / Date (A)8.00            (B)10.00             (C)12.00                 (D)2.00                (E)4.00                       (F)6.00
23.08.11 A    B    C    D    E    F A    B    C    D    E    F A    B    C    D    E    F A    B    C    D    E    F A    B    C    D    E    F A    B    C    D    E    F A    B    C    D    E    F A    B    C    D    E    F
24.08.11
25.08.11
26.08.11
27.08.11
28.08.11
29.08.11
30.08.11
31.08.11
01.09.11
Signature Executive – HR :

 

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