sometimes this question strikes my mind,what shall we do in our company to follow the set of rules and regulations(attendance,timings etc.) or just focus on ultimate of profitabillity and make everything else flexible? pl. suggest,your inputs would help me.
ceo and customer care executive.
According to me, Every organisation/company should follow the transperancy and have set of rules and regulations for everyone.I know its easy to just say that but difficult to maintain..especially when it come to company profit..
I would say company should try to strict with its rules in maximum situations and also modified them as per the situation...
Parallely,company should practice the different styles of handling these situations.
Thats very true, you would only face the challenges with the core resources if you are bending rules every now and then for them.
First the rules and regulation should be published/communicated to every one, rules should have exception based on required that can be documented.
There should not be a situation where one cannot go by the rule and do his/her job, and even if its needs to be broken there has to be a proper reasoning for the same, that way if anyone asks about it you will always have a good proper reason to give.
This would keep everyone on the same page.
@Vikrant: fully agree with you. everyone HAS to be on the same page otherwise it will generate resentment in other team members.
@Nilesh: If some people think they are above rules then obviously they put themselves above the organization. You would be better off without them, no matter how good they might be.
Absolutely, according to me there has to be strickt implementation. As jyothi mentioned,you are better off with guys that are not follwing rules, if they dont understand how important is discipline then there is no garuntee that there talent will add anthing to the orginazation, if they are clinet facing they may bend rules even with them, and this will cost you, additionaly the practice will effect others in the orginazation which in turn will reduce your overall efficiency.