Degree Of Closeness Essay

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INTRODUCTION Hiring a new employee is not just about bringing a new employee to workforce it’s about creating relationship. Managing these relationship is vital for the success of an organization. Strong relationship foster the productivity. The degree of closeness is defined by both the employer and employee. There are 2 theories- theory X and theory Y, which defines the behaviour of employees in an organization. According to theory X employer keep distance with their employees so as to maintain clear boundaries between hierarchies exist between them. Provide directive leadership to help them to achieve goals and less on friendlier terms with employees. On the other hand according to theory Y employer chose to become friendly with employees…show more content…
R.P. Sharma Mutant Sharma was steno in the union ministry of railways complained against secretary, chief operating manager, RP Sharma for molesting. She was also unable to win the case and was transferred. (iii) Rupan Deol Bajaj vs. DGP KPS gill Rupan Deol Bajaj was slapped on the bottom by then Punjab DGP KPS gill. Bajaj fought 8 year long legal battle. He accused them of indecent behaviour. This hardwork paid off and he was able to win the case against gill. Gill was convicted and sentenced to jail for three months. (iv) Shehnaz Mudbhatkal case- This was the case of woman who worked as Secretary, station manager and later customer service agent for Saudi Arabian airlines in Mumbai. She suffered constant sexual harassment continuously under her boss Abdul Allah Bahrani. She lodged complaint against him in airlines headquarter Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Following this she was terminated from her duty in Mumbai. Faced with no options she approached labor court of Mumbai. Her 13 years long legal battle was finally paid in 25th November 1998. Saudi Arabian Airlines was held guilty and was ordered to pay Rs. 10,000 compensation to Mrs. Shehnaz Mudbhatkal. •…show more content…
Shehnaz Mudbhatkal was assigned the job of typing. The customer service agent was not meant to do the typing work. For typing professional typists were employed to do the heavy typing work. Excessive typing work resulted in severe chest pain. She was medically advised to take rest for a month. When she complained to supervisor, A.G. chani seeking his intervention, Bahrani threaten her that she would be dismissed from work and that he would make sure that her husband in Saudi Arabia would be put in danger. The pressure tactics of Bahrani resulted in acute state of mental anxiety. Left with no option she succumbed under the threat. Mrs. Shehnaz Mudbhatkal decided to take the matter to Saudi Arabian Airlines head office in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. She was given the date of 1st august 1985 for hearing. She narrated all the facts and incidents. She followed it up with reminder seeking justice. Executive vice president marketing at Jeddah gave her assurance that right actions would be taken. He advised her to resume her duties but when she returned to Mumbai, she was not allowed to resume her duties. On 24th July 1985 she received letter terminating her service. The reason cited in the letter was that she was guilty of act of negligence and improper behaviour with
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