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Is it necessary to inform HR about returning to work after long medical leave?

Is it necessary to inform HR about returning to work ? Why is that a question? You already had them involved when you availed the leave, so once that leave is over and you're ready to join back, it ...
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Is it necessary to inform HR about returning to work after long medical leave?

Is it neccessary? Well, we don't really know. There might be laws, or regulations, or company policy. But look at it the other way: if you were in contact with HR about this before, and you have acted ...
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Employer has asked to explain overlap in previous employments

i am in a similar situation right now, please tell if it affect your future employments?
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What happens if the basic pay is increased, and allowances decreased for the same overall salary?

Kilisi's answer is unnecessarily negative in my opinion. Is it not better for employees to have a reliable higher basic pay? Rather than to have a lower basic pay which might (or might not) be ...
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What happens if the basic pay is increased, and allowances decreased for the same overall salary?

What is the significance of this? It means they're playing games with the remuneration. Usually a red flag or they have someone new on board in charge. Changes are rarely made for the benefit of ...
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Handle a subordinate who gives priority to office extracurricular over the actual billable work

I'm assuming that you're not the line manager for this employee. Communicate the expectation to the employee. Share a summary of the situation with the line manager, and mentioned that you've ...
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Handle a subordinate who gives priority to office extracurricular over the actual billable work

I think you need to look at the employee's motivation. The core problem here is that they don't find the work motivating, and no amount of threatening them with a stopwatch is going to change that. ...
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Handle a subordinate who gives priority to office extracurricular over the actual billable work

If this is an hourly position. Then I would expect that they would only be paid for the billable hours worked. Working 5 hours instead of 8 every day is a 38% pay cut. Unless this person is just ...
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Handle a subordinate who gives priority to office extracurricular over the actual billable work

If employees can't use work time to work on extracurricular work events and activities, then this needs to be clearly communicated to everyone (not just the one employee in question). If he's the only ...
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Handle a subordinate who gives priority to office extracurricular over the actual billable work

When he comes to the office in the morning first thing he does is involving in tournament related arrangement, his actual billable work starts 1 or 2 hours later. He spends his entire lunch break for ...
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Handle a subordinate who gives priority to office extracurricular over the actual billable work

What is the best way to handle this employee so that he understands that he needs to work 8 billable hours in addition to any time he has spent on extracurricular activities? Just talk to them. Given ...
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Handle a subordinate who gives priority to office extracurricular over the actual billable work

This doesn't need to be complicated. At the end of the week, if the time sheet doesn't say they worked the required 40 billable hours, then you should indicate that is a problem, and they need to work ...
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