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  • 1. Ethics in Functional Areas HRM
  • 2. HRM - Recruitment
    • Recruitment of kith and kin without assessing
    • their abilities
    • Recruitment based on financial favours
    • Recruitment of relatives of other employees
    • Recruitment of under-qualified persons
    • Recruitment of over-qualified persons
    • Gender based recruitments
    • Employing child behavior
    • Giving less than minimum wages as fixed by government.
  • 3. Training
    • Arranging training for only pet employees
    • Getting outsiders to train at high costs when insiders are available
    • Planning training programmes without assessing their real need
    • Organizing training programmes during peak seasons, upsetting the business rhythm.
    • Getting high profile trainers with expectations of a reciprocal favour.
    • Training programmes without proper preparation just to show achievements in the annual report.
    • Extending the duration of training programmes
    • Supplying outmoded training materials
    • Getting useless trainers as an obligation
  • 4. Administration
    • Tampering with leave records of employees
    • Playing with employee records – adverse remarks in a few cases
    • Allow selective absenteeism on personal considerations
    • Giving promotion letters to favourites earlier than others (making him more senior)
    • Favourite supplier for office purchases
    • Favourite security agency
    • Favourite uniform suppliers
    • Unclean premises.
  • 5. IR
    • IR Managers not averse to siding wherever there were monetary benefits.
    • Bargaining with the management till they want to be seen as true in the eyes of workers
    • IR Managers felt they were a superior lot with great powers and used this to recruit their known ones
    • Try to delay the solution as far as possible as their work depended on IR disputes
    • Incite workers to go on strike.
    • Inducing Management/Workers to indulge in unhealthy practices.
    • Pressurise workers and state their genuine demands as not genuine
    • Divide and Rule
    • Frame stringent and complicated rules to keep the conflicts going.
  • 6. Thank You