Hi Friends,

Even as I launch this today ( my 80th Birthday ), I realize that there is yet so much to say and do.
There is just no time to look back, no time to wonder,"Will anyone read these pages?"

With regards,
Hemen Parekh
27 June 2013

Tuesday, 7 July 1970


a)  Select five candidates in the third quartile from 25 trainees successfully completing supervisory training, These candidates to be temporarily appointed for 6 months at the new division.
b)  Reduce cost of recruiting each engineer from Rs. 200 to Rs. 1000 while meeting requisition totals and dates.
c) Complete preparation for labour negotiations by apprising all management personnel of needed contract changes; hold bi-monthly meetings for discussions and conduct two simulated labour bargaining sessions to gain insights on strategy.
d)  At a cost not to exceed $15,000 conduct a sampling survey of the company’s hiring image in three adjacent labour markets.
e)  Complete for distribution at the end of month x a 20-page, 10 topic industrial relations policy manual for newly hired employees.
f) Decrease termination rate of clerical employees from 25 to 14 percent.
g)  Increase outside correspondence answered from 25 to 75 percent within 24 hours.
h)  Read 12 new books in management by the end of a year at the rate of 1 per month.
i) Complete course in statistics within the next semester with a grade of B or better.
j) Set up and validate 5 standards of qualifications for new hourly employees.
k)Complete within 3 months an attitude survey of labour management relations among all employees within cost of $ 1800.
l) Reduce frequency of grievances by the end of the year from an annual average of 35 to 20.
m)Complete planning, organization, and installation of an employee suggestion system at the start of next year’s cost-reduction program.
n)  Complete training by December 19xx of 600 supervisors in 2-day seminars on managing by objectives.

o)  Reduce absenteeism record for next year from 8 to 5 percent.

Hemen Parekh

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