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    My boss wants to do one to one meeting before any annual increment

    My boss is very cunning in money matters. No matter the issue is small or big but he raises questions to even a single extra penny being wasted. Now he is asking to have one on one meeting for the annual increment. Is this the right way to treat employees?

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    Re: My boss wants to do one to one meeting before any annual increment

    Dear friend your boss is very cunning in money matters,he does not want to waste a single paise unnecessarily.Now he asks one on one meeting for the annual increment.Is this the right way to trear employees?

    **Dear friend what you have expressed against your boss you must think deeply/wisely.

    **You told your boss is very cunning in money matters.I think this nature is not bad if you stop wastage then company's

    growth is possible, hence employees growth is also possible in future.

    **You told he hold's one on one meeting regarding the issue of annual increment. I think this is also a positive quality.

    **Whatever decision your boss take's giving intimation to all to avert future unrest among the employee, as a result no

    unrest is possible within the company, a friendly relation will always enhance company's fame and prosperity.And there is

    no chance of sudden closer of the company as well as sudden termination of employee."cut your coat according to your

    cloth" in deed this formula is always welcome than closer of the company.

    Thank You,

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    Re: My boss wants to do one to one meeting before any annual increment

    Hello..

    Friend, let me ask you a question , that you are having a company and you are the boss so now , will you worry for the more profit? will you worry for less expenses ? surely yes , any boss will notice these kind of expenses no matter small or big. Different people have different perception as you people are thinking that this is not a good behavior of boss but just think once , being a boss you will also do this. But yes if it is out of limit then just go to your boss and ask your views to him , humbly and make him understand that you all are feeling uncomfortable with these kind of behavior , am sure it will help you.

    thanks.
    take care.

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    Re: My boss wants to do one to one meeting before any annual increment

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    My boss is very cunning in money matters. No matter the issue is small or big but he raises questions to even a single extra penny being wasted. Now he is asking to have one on one meeting for the annual increment. Is this the right way to treat employees?
    Dear Aspirant,

    The nature of individual varies from one to another which can not be totally changed by others.Some person is jolly in mood where as some is always serious.Some thinks much for money where as others don't.

    Like wise your manager is very particular of expenses in the company.There may be a finance subject in his study.Since you are under him,you are supposed to follow his instruction & order otherwise you may be given a bad remarks as DISOBEDIENT which may affect your career.

    So it is always good for you to obey the order & be in piece in your mind.It is not so difficult to conduct a interview of the employees before sanctioning the annual increment.Make a program for the same & inform all the concerned employees by displaying the notice at your office or call a meeting,discuss the issue & hand over a copy of the program to all of them.Give most of them good remarks & also point out their shortcomings to rectify in future.

    Good luck.

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    Re: My boss wants to do one to one meeting before any annual increment

    As he is the boss of the company he is the one who has all the powers regarding each and every decision taken in the office. If seen from your

    boss's perspectives you can't say that he is cunning in money matters as he is running a company and he have to see each and every thing before

    taking any decision. See it his job to gain maximum benefits by spending minimum, so while taking any decision in terms of spending money he

    tries to make it as less as possible so that the net profit margin of the company is maximum. If you see besides you there are other employees also

    who will be getting the increment so taking this into picture the total amount/expenditure that will be increased is considerable. So seeing this he

    would be trying to reduce the expenses be giving increment to selected employees or giving different amount of increment as per capabilities of the

    employees. Or there could be any other reason, but keep one thing in your mind that he is doing this for his company which is his duty and

    responsibility and your duty is to obey his orders whether you like it or not. So it is better that you don't think on this much and follow the orders as

    expected from you.

    As an employee you are right that you should be given increment for your work without much ifs and buts but you cannot question your boss this is

    the rule of private organisations and trying things against your boss can effect your opportunities.

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