For some of us, this is not our natural disposition. However, in the workplace, we need to speak up because it is part of all our jobs. Conflict is Needed at Times It is understandable if you want to avoid conflict. Yet, think of all you have accomplished by not speaking up. The truth is, by not speaking up you remain trapped in your conflict.
‘Organizations provide its managers with legitimate authority to lead, but there is no assurance that they will be able to lead effectively’ (Lunenburg, 2011). Organizational success usually requires a combination of both management and leadership. In today’s dynamic work environment, leaders are expected to challenge the present state of affairs, and to motivate and convince organization members. Managers are needed to assist in creating and maintaining a positive and well-functioning workplace. ‘Leadership and management are often considered practically overlapping concepts’ (Bohoris and Vorria, 2007, p. 1).
There are seven characteristics of organizational culture. Innovation (Risk Orientation)- we have to face many current market environments full of challenges, so we cannot keep to the conventional thought. Companies should put a high value on innovation encourage their employees to take risks and innovate in the performance of their jobs. Attention to detail (Precision Orientation)- Every employee needs to have a rigorous attitudes, any minor mistake can cause irreparable fault. So this kind of kind that places a high value on attention to detail expects their employees to carry their work with precision.
Background of the Study Globally, leaders need to view the new ever-connected world and the corresponding changes to business because directing an economy nowadays is completely different than it was ten, thirty, or fifty years ago. Nowadays, rules become more complicated and workers also are more educated, more demanding, and more sophisticated. Thus, leaders must start by taking full responsibility for the success and failures of their people in their organization. Indeed, rules are useful for they ensure clarity and consistency. Rules became and guide in most organizations and also allow people to get a grip on what they should be doing (Kaptein, M., 2012).
But herein lies the main problem. I was applying for the BPO job and since this was a walk in, there were candidates from IT background also. To those who are not aware, there lies a sublime tension, at times between these two professions. An ego clash, where one profession is considered inferior to other and this was showing especially in my circle. The person next to me was a tenured employee in the IT department and I was a BPO job seeker, on the next stage of
According to the elaborate guidelines rendered by the Honourable supreme court of India in the case of prakash Singh V. Union of India has unequivocally expressed its anguish at the statre of affairs, and the nature of job, which has not only demoralized the police force, but which is also very disincentivizing. The police manuals which regulate the practice, procedure, roles functions and responsibilities of the police officer are archaic and need systematic improvements, which are to be kept for a long period of time. The salaries need to be periodically revised, and the job needs to be made more incentivizing in order to attract the best human potential. The multiplicity of tasks was further frowned upon by both the Law commission of INDIA as well as the Maliamath Committee Report on Criminal Justice Administration. There are very few attempts made to provide a refresher course to the police officials, or a review of their physical
CONCLUSION Recruitment and selection from a vital function any business organization, since human resource is treated as an asset of an organization, ethical issues governing recruitment and selection has to be taken into cognizance while recruiting and selecting an employee for a proposed job. Job discrimination is a major problem prevailing in many organization today. Job discrimination is the wrongful acts of distinguishing illicitly among people not on the basis of individual merit, but on the basis of prejudices or normally reprehensible attitude. It is consequently understandable that the law has gradually been changed to confirm to these moral requirements and that there has been a growing recognition of the various ways in which discrimination in employment occurs. Discrimination practices like sexual harassment is another major problem in may organization.
In many cases, the repatriation process comes with a lot of challenges. Therefore, career planning of expatriates needs to start before an overseas assignment and it has to be updated regularly during the assignment. Repatriation refers to the activity of bringing the expatriate back to the home country. Many studies have found that assignees are largely unsatisfied with the multinationals repatriation support and perceive their positions upon return to be inadequate leading to repatriate turnover (stahl et al, 2002; Tung, 1998). The way the repatriation is managed has a strong influence on the individual’s intention to stay with the organization (Hyder et al.
CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW This study proposed to identify the tasks and to determine what are the impacts on attitudes, behaviors and job satisfaction of government servant which may influences the development of organization. Work-life balance has important consequences for employee attitudes towards their organizations as well as for the lives of employees (Scholaris & Marks, 2004) According to Guest (2002), work-life balance is now a heavily researched area of interest. Work-life balance has always been a concern of those interested in the quality of working life and its relation to broader quality of life. Definition of Work-life Balance There is no agreed definition of work-life balance but it does appear that the ‘right’ or ‘perfect’
Thirdly, is a effective prosecution which has a long room for improvement in India. The factors making it difficult is legal system, political support, lack of arrangement for protecting whistle blowers and reluctance of state authorities to allow the prosecution of government employees. Overcoming all this resistance is major challenge for