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Mistakes are mistakes and crimes are crimes.....

Ideally mistakes should not be taken seriously in professional world by bosses... indeed they should ecourage people NOT to make mistakes and give trainings... basically utilise the strong points of the employees.....

Crimes are unpardonable.... but we normally see that employees are punished for mistakes and they lose confidence in company, morale is down and they later start talking against company... dont work properly saying that mistakes are punished but achievements never rewarded....

so in management... few mistakes shall be pardonable i think Smile

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Originally posted by kabhi_21

Mistakes are mistakes and crimes are crimes.....

Ideally mistakes should not be taken seriously in professional world by bosses... indeed they should ecourage people NOT to make mistakes and give trainings... basically utilise the strong points of the employees.....

Crimes are unpardonable.... but we normally see that employees are punished for mistakes and they lose confidence in company, morale is down and they later start talking against company... dont work properly saying that mistakes are punished but achievements never rewarded....


so in management... few mistakes shall be pardonable i think Smile

it's a competitive world out there. if you had two employees- one who had mucked up and one who had not, who would you give the bigger raise to?Wink

think carrots here, not sticks.Tongue

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Posted: 15 August 2007 at 9:11am | IP Logged
Originally posted by chatbuster

Originally posted by kabhi_21

Mistakes are mistakes and crimes are crimes.....

Ideally mistakes should not be taken seriously in professional world by bosses... indeed they should ecourage people NOT to make mistakes and give trainings... basically utilise the strong points of the employees.....

Crimes are unpardonable.... but we normally see that employees are punished for mistakes and they lose confidence in company, morale is down and they later start talking against company... dont work properly saying that mistakes are punished but achievements never rewarded....


so in management... few mistakes shall be pardonable i think Smile

it's a competitive world out there. if you had two employees- one who had mucked up and one who had not, who would you give the bigger raise to?Wink

think carrots here, not sticks.Tongue

i said encourage does nt mean giving raiseWink...... i also pointed rewards for the performance did nt ITongue

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Posted: 15 August 2007 at 9:15am | IP Logged
Originally posted by kabhi_21

Originally posted by chatbuster

Originally posted by kabhi_21

Mistakes are mistakes and crimes are crimes.....

Ideally mistakes should not be taken seriously in professional world by bosses... indeed they should ecourage people NOT to make mistakes and give trainings... basically utilise the strong points of the employees.....

Crimes are unpardonable.... but we normally see that employees are punished for mistakes and they lose confidence in company, morale is down and they later start talking against company... dont work properly saying that mistakes are punished but achievements never rewarded....


so in management... few mistakes shall be pardonable i think Smile

it's a competitive world out there. if you had two employees- one who had mucked up and one who had not, who would you give the bigger raise to?Wink

think carrots here, not sticks.Tongue

i said encourage does nt mean giving raiseWink...... i also pointed rewards for the performance did nt ITongue

If you were a manager and had to lay off one, who would you chooseWink

Look at that from an employee end, you know you screwed up and there are layoffs comingWink

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Posted: 15 August 2007 at 9:56am | IP Logged
Originally posted by sareg

Originally posted by kabhi_21

Originally posted by chatbuster

Originally posted by kabhi_21

Mistakes are mistakes and crimes are crimes.....

Ideally mistakes should not be taken seriously in professional world by bosses... indeed they should ecourage people NOT to make mistakes and give trainings... basically utilise the strong points of the employees.....

Crimes are unpardonable.... but we normally see that employees are punished for mistakes and they lose confidence in company, morale is down and they later start talking against company... dont work properly saying that mistakes are punished but achievements never rewarded....


so in management... few mistakes shall be pardonable i think Smile

it's a competitive world out there. if you had two employees- one who had mucked up and one who had not, who would you give the bigger raise to?Wink

think carrots here, not sticks.Tongue

i said encourage does nt mean giving raiseWink...... i also pointed rewards for the performance did nt ITongue

If you were a manager and had to lay off one, who would you chooseWink

Look at that from an employee end, you know you screwed up and there are layoffs comingWink

i dont need to lay off anyone for one unintentional mistakeTongue

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Posted: 16 August 2007 at 8:02pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by kabhi_21

Mistakes are mistakes and crimes are crimes.....

Ideally mistakes should not be taken seriously in professional world by bosses... indeed they should ecourage people NOT to make mistakes and give trainings... basically utilise the strong points of the employees.....

Crimes are unpardonable.... but we normally see that employees are punished for mistakes and they lose confidence in company, morale is down and they later start talking against company... dont work properly saying that mistakes are punished but achievements never rewarded....

so in management... few mistakes shall be pardonable i think Smile


wow Abhibhayia.. very well said!!! Clap

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Posted: 19 August 2007 at 4:15am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Maya_M

In an ideal world we can say that by ignorance we mistake and by mistakes we learn but there are situations when a mistake is unpardonable only because the result was severe. In most other cases a repent or confession from the person would suffice. There is no justification for a repeated mistake.

Wellsaid Maya jiClap

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