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HR, Workspace Expert - Answered on Jan 17, 2024

R P Yadav is the founder, chairman and managing director of Genius Consultants Limited, a 30-year-old human resources solutions company.
Over the years, he has been the recipient of numerous awards including the Lifetime Achievement Award from World HR Congress and HR Person Of The Year from Public Relations Council of India.
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NITISHA Question by NITISHA on Jan 15, 2024Hindi


Ans: Dear Nitisha,

I do not know much about your boss, however, in order to get respect one should be able to give respect by proper conduct and behavior.

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Asked by Anonymous - Nov 29, 2023Hindi
My boss doesn't respect my work and often criticises me in front of other colleagues during meetings. He later apologises in private but continues to behave in the same way. I love my job but I don't want to encourage this attitude. Should I talk to the HR or quit my job out of self respect? I don't know how to handle the situation. Please guide me
Ans: Dealing with a situation where your boss consistently criticizes you in front of colleagues can be challenging. Keep a record of specific instances where your boss criticizes you publicly. Note the date, time, location, and details of each incident. This documentation may be useful if you decide to escalate the issueSchedule a private meeting with your boss to discuss your concerns. Clearly and calmly express how the public criticism is affecting you and your work. Use specific examples to illustrate your points. Share your desire to improve the working relationship and seek constructive feedback. During your conversation, make it clear that you expect professional and constructive feedback in private rather than public criticism Ask for specific examples or details when receiving criticism. This can help you better understand your boss's expectations and address any concerns they may have. After your conversation, send a follow-up email summarizing the key points discussed, including any agreements made about the communication process. This provides a written record of your efforts to address the issue. If the problem persists, and your efforts to resolve the issue with your boss prove unsuccessful, consider reaching out to your Human Resources (HR) department. Provide them with the documented incidents and details of your conversation with your boss. HR may be able to mediate or offer guidance on how to proceed.Familiarize yourself with workplace policies and your rights as an employee. This knowledge can help you understand whether your situation constitutes a violation of company policies or labor laws. Remember, it's essential to prioritize your well-being and professional growth. If the workplace environment is consistently detrimental to your mental health and job satisfaction, exploring alternative opportunities may be a valid consideration. Before making any decisions, weigh the pros and cons and carefully assess the impact on your career and personal life.

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Career Counsellor - Answered on Jul 21, 2024

Asked by Anonymous - Jul 20, 2024Hindi
Sir, i have completed my bachelors (BCA) in India in an engineering college and wishes to pursue my masters in a foreign country.My family is'nt well off so iam looking into schlorships.can you suggest some courses with good scope. Also which countries are best for IT field that provide great schlorship oppurtunities.
Ans: As far as Scholarships for Abroad Universities are concerned, you should have good scores from the entrance tests (whichever will be applicable according to the University's admission criteria), good past academic records, your extra and co-curricular activities, additional certifications, your Statement of Purpose (SOP), Letter of Recommendation etc. Those who have gained work experience of a minimum 2-3 years after graduation get preference in admission.

And most of the Universities do not provide 100% scholarships. You will have to bear some expenses (depends upon which University / College you get admission into & what all expenses only it will cover?) .

As you have mentioned that your parents NOT well-off financially, it is suggested to work for 2-3 years, earn some money and also gain work experience, then go for further education abroad.

Before approaching any Professional Abroad Education Consultant, do a thorough research about the Countries/Universities/Programs, shortlist those which you think will be most suitable, apply to 5-6 top Univerities offering Scholarships and finalize one best University/College for you.

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