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Amy was offered an administrative job at a software company. During her first two weeks there, she got zero training because the person doing the same job was reluctant to cooperate,as hiring a second employee for the same job brought in fear of job insecurity.
Also, regularly, one of the co-founders kept asking Amy to make him coffee. Then the other co-founder would notice that Amy wasn't at her desk, so she would call her internal phone demanding Amy to return to her workstation. As a result,she kept running from the pantry to her desk and vice versa.
Amy had enough and decided the workplace wasn't meant for her and quit. When the HR tried to understand what happened, it was too late, as Amy had made her mind. And the HR was back to searching for a candidate.
Lesson Learned: The onboarding process can make or break the employer's brand.
Action taken: A proper onboarding program with a clear definition of job role and reporting line was defined. A Manager was to be assigned to all new employees, and a 30/60/90 days onboardingprogram was set in place.
We at PEOPLECENTRAL believe that these stories are created and presented in the form of video with a single motive of understanding the crucial role of HR within any company and absorbing it and influencing other leaders including HR. As is it said Eye is the best camera, so we intend to present these stories in the video form.
We thought of bringing these stories to the world which can help leaders and other HR managers to inspire one another as well as for each working individual to understand that being in a HR position is not that easy. In this whole process we all can learn, grow and eventually expand as an individual.
The Stories revolve around how an HR manager/director handles conflicts, grievances, issues brought into their notice at work and brings in harmony at work place on a day-to-day basis.
Today, HR professionals take an active role in helping employees advance their careers. HR@work is a series of workplaces stories.This is an effort from PEOPLECENTRAL to demonstrate and show it to the worldthat working in HR is both challenging and rewarding.
The busier life gets, the more we appreciate a good shortvideo - something to quickly and easily sink into, so we intend to keep them as short.