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Chrm Message From: skopun Total Posts: 13 Join Date: 05/05/2006
Rank: Executive Post Date: 23/05/2006 18:07:40 Points: 65 Location: Philippines
Being an HR professional for more than 10 years, I have crossed paths with employees who can make your sunny day gloomy. They are late for work, unproductive, unhappy with what they have and complains a lot.

Behavior of these employees are like cancer cells that can infect other employees.

How do we decipher these applicants during interview? If we already have these people on board, how do we handle them?

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Chrm Message From: kumarmohana Total Posts: 1 Join Date: 05/05/2006  
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 07/06/2006 07:20:02 Points: 5 Location: Philippines
Please tell them openly and ask them to change the habit ot else take action as necessarily. thanks
Chrm Message From: iniyaa_mba Total Posts: 3 Join Date: 05/05/2006  
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 07/08/2006 01:15:52 Points: 15 Location: Philippines

dear sir,

can u tell me the pre and post recruitment process as im a fresh HR graduate so i wanted to know this. please can u tell me eloberately.  

thank you,



Chrm Message From: Lucy Doss Total Posts: 21 Join Date: 05/05/2006  
Rank: Executive Post Date: 08/08/2006 03:33:53 Points: 105 Location: Philippines

Dear Skopun,

We may not know their likely future behavior during recruitment process. But we can have some instrument to check their value system.

I feel that behavior of a person is governed by his / her value system, developed during initial part of the life.


Lucy Doss

Chrm Message From: rkuppili Total Posts: 121 Join Date: 05/05/2006  
Rank: Leader Post Date: 11/05/2009 10:58:28 Points: 605 Location: Philippines

Frequent setting up of KPIs with continuous monitoring should help to deal with such kind of employees

Else, they should be checked on context of their job satisfaction levels and if possible be provided with job swaps. If the same behavior continues, then warnings based on performance levels should change their attitudes.



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