Retrenchment is the termination by the employer of the service of a workman for any reason whatsoever, other than as a punishment, but does not include voluntary retirement, termination on the grounds of ill health
Disciplinary Procedure, Steps, Guidelines and Importance Disciplinary Procedure Disciplinary procedure/action is a systematic approach used by an employer to manage indiscipline in the workplace. It defines all kinds of discipline, the presentation and document of warnings, representation at disciplinary interviews, time duration for investigation, and rights of appeal. According to Michael J. Jucius, “Disciplinary action…
Misconduct Forms and Causes Misconduct Violation of the company’s rules and regulations by the employees is termed as misconduct. This not only adversely affects the reputation of an employee but also hurts his career growth. Misconduct doesn’t need to take place within the company premises during working hours but it can take place outside the…
Discipline refers to the systematic follow-up of rules and regulations by the employees in the organization. The employees perform their duties and responsibilities keeping the terms and conditions of the company in their mind, it shows that they are disciplined.
Employee Separation involves ending the employment relationship of an employee with an organization. It is the termination of an employee’s employment relationship with a company.
Transfer is a lateral shift causing movement of individuals from one position to another usually without involving any marked change in duties, responsibilities, skills needed or compensation
Placement is the determination of the job to which an accepted candidate is to be assigned, and his assignment to that job. It is a matching of what the supervisor has reason to think he can do with the job demands.
Management development method aim to enhance the knowledge, skills, and abilities of people in managerial positions, enabling them to lead effectively and drive organizational growth.
Process and Methods of training needs analysis A training needs analysis is always required in order to ensure that people are receiving the training they need. This can be relevant for anyone involved in learning and development, such as employees, consultants or trainers because it helps ensure everyone has the information they need to succeed….
Process of Training Various steps in the training process should be followed systematically so that the training can become successful. These steps are shown in the figure given below: 1) Assessment of Organisational Objectives and Strategies Before starting the training process, it is important to assess the objectives and strategies of the organization. Organisations should…