Time keeping and late coming

Dear All,

I am following this mail from quite longer time and thought to express my view.

First of all, what is the notion of time keeping?

In present world, where the maximum workforce is Y generation and where the workplace has changed a lot, does it really matter at what time you are coming to the office?

Yes, earlier there used to be factory and most of the organisation were not knowledge based so it was important to reach workplace on time. Also, on those date the mode of communication was limited but now things have changed. for instances, as an HR manager, I have my laptop and my mobile always with me. I carry my virtual office everywhere I go. My employees can contact me directly whenever they need without any restriction. If my reporting head need my assistance or any particular MIS or information, he gets it immediately even when I am not in the office.

I think we are still carrying the old mentality and our Indian mentality of copy cat. Just copy others without applying our brain exactly what is the purpose of doing a particular action.

Yes, the importance of time (punctuality) matters but only for the business meetings, conferences, seminars etc. Unfortunately in such places, we never reach on time and we focus on reaching workplace on time.

For me, if my employee is feeling that he is still not in the mood to start day or need some more sleep then I think I should allow him/her to do that. If I force him/ her to wake up and rush for the office, he might not be in that mood, not relaxed completely and it will affect productivity. Instead of this, I will prefer to allow people to reach office with 2 hour earlier or 2 hour later, complete 8 hours and go home. This will make my employee happy and more productive.

Regards
Govind

7 comments:

  1. Hi Sir,

    Is OPJS university of Rajasthan is fake one or Valid?

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  2. Hi Govind,
    I'm a computer science graduate (2009-2012) and currently working in IT with 3yrs of experience. I'm planning to do MBA in correspondence/online. I doubt that, can i do executive MBA? And Kindly suggest the best University to do MBA. Also advice on the specialisation to prefer. Thanks.

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  3. Hi..sir
    i want to know about kalinga university....this university offering B.tech programs in distace learning....so is it fake or not..

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    1. It is a fake degree racket. UGC and AICTE have banned all distsnce learning engineering programme

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  4. Hi..sir
    i want to know about kalinga university....this university offering B.tech programs in distace learning....so is it fake or not..

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  5. Hi sir I wanted to know if I do graduation from sikkim.manipal university m I eligible for government jobs

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  6. have done Economic Hon's from Miranda house in 2003-2006 . Post that I have completed my masters from IIPM (2006-2008) . Then I have done job for one and half years in HCL as finance executive . Presently I am a housewife and looking forward to do PHD but to my dismay I got to know that my masters degree has become invalid .
    Now I am looking for distance MBA degree which is valid but I am confused as to which college should I opt . I have shortlisted Amity university , Narsee Monjee (PGDM) , Bhartiya Vidyapeeth or should I go for Masters in commerce or Economics from IGNOU. After doing any of the above will I be eligible to do PHD regular .
    Please enlighten ASAP as tomorrow is last day of form submission .
    Regards
    Sheena Gupta

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