Thread Started by #shwe11

Dear Friends,

You all are aware that these days lot of companies are cutting the manpower in order to do some Cost cutting....

I would like to raise the question that "IS this the good HR practice to hire first and then fire"....Companies are asking for the resignation even if the employee is meeting the expectations or making the working unfavorable so that employee themselves leaves......

My own company is doing the same....Recently our HR head said that we are not going to retain anybody and after every resignation we will celebrate -jokingly but still I was wondering if this is a final call then why we work hard on the recruitments...selecting the right person.....Our management goes for excess manpower.....We were having the manpower of more then 1500 employs but in last six months only 600 employees are left and also in most of the exit forms they have mentioned that they are forced to leave........

I would like you all to put some light on it as aren't we playing with employees future??????????

Expecting to see few vies on it........

Thanks
Shweta Jaitly

no replies...neither in favour nor against...

Come on frnds this is the situation I guess in evry company and we all are dealing with it isn't????
24th September 2008 From India , Coimbatore
no replies...neither in favour nor against... Come on frnds this is the situation I guess in evry company and we all are dealing with it isn’t????
3rd October 2008 From India , Coimbatore
Shwetha,
Hire before Fire seems to be the motto of some organisations.
The people who were responsible in hiring should be the ones who should be sent out first. I have also found that in many companies the recruitment spree suddenly picks up and they go and recruit helter skelter. Many people working elsewhere leave their jobs, join the new organisation and after few months or so they find themselves on the roads.
That is the way it works.
if any change has to come, it has to be top driven.
4th October 2008 From India , Mumbai
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