In the case of lay-off the long serviced employees will replace the short serviced employees. the company by doing so make sure that the skilled and experienced employees will remain with the company during the lay off period
Types of transfer • Versatility transfer/ rotation transfer • These are transfers of workers from one job to another to make them versatile. such transfers help management in creating workforce of all-rounder who can conveniently shifted to other jobs in time of necessary • Shift transfer • These are transfer of workers from one shift to another on the same type of work
Types of transfer • Remedial transfer • Transfers initiated to correct wrong placements • Penal transfer: • Transfer initiated as a punishment for indisciplinary action of employees.
Transfer Policy • Specification of circumstances under which an employee will be transferred in case of any company initiated transfer • Name of the supervisor who is authorized and responsible to initiate a transfer • Jobs from and to which transfers will be made • The region or unit of organisation within which transfers will be administered. • Reasons which will be considered for personal transfer, their order of priority • Reasons for mutual transfer of employees • Norms to decide priority when two or more employees request for transfer • Other facilities extended towards transferee.
chapter-5 28 Promotion • According to Scott and Clothier “ A promotion is a transfer of an employee to a job which pays more money or one that carries some preferred status .” • According to Paul Pigros and Charles A Mayers” promotion is advancement of an employee to a better job- better in terms of greater responsibility, more prestige or status, greater skill and especially increased rate of pay or salary. • Promotion is the reassignment of a higher level job to an employee.
Basis of promotion • Seniority as basis of promotion • The senior most person in the lower grade shall be promoted as and when there is an opening in the higher position • Merit as basis of promotion • The most capable person in the lower grade, no matter if he is junior most in the company shall be promoted • Seniority cum merit basis • A combination of both seniority and merit may be considered as a sound basis for promotion
Promotion policy • Establish a fair and equitable basis for promotion ie, merit, seniority, or both. • The norms for judging merit, length of service, etc must be established beforehand. The relative weightages to be given to merit or seniority or both should be spelt out clearly • A promotion policy should provide equal opportunities for promotion in all categories of jobs, departments and regions of an organisation.
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