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INTERNAL MOBILITY

Meaning Issues in Promotion and Transfers Demotions & Demotion Policy Employee Separations

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Meaning of Internal Mobility


The lateral or vertical movement (Promotion, transfer, demotion or separation) of an employee within an organization is called Internal Mobility. If employees leaves the organization for reasons such as better prospects, retirement, termination, etc. it is called as External Mobility.
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Purposes of Internal Mobility


Improve Improve Adjust

Organizational Effectiveness employee effectiveness to changing business operations discipline


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Ensure

Promotion
Promotion refers to upward movement of an employee from current job to another that is higher in pay responsibility and/or organizational level. Promotion is different from up gradation which mean elevating the place of the job in the organizational hierarchy ( a better title is given now) or including the 3/18/13 job in higher grade ( a minor

Bases of Promotion

Merit-based

Promotion Promotion

Seniority-based

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Promotion Policy
Seniority Vs Merit: Both seniority and merit suffer from certain limitations in order to strike a balance between these two a suitable promotion policy is to be formed. The policy should contain:
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a fair and equitable basis for promotion norms for merit must be 3/18/13 established beforehand

Transfer
A transfer is a change in job assignment. It may involve a promotion or demotion or no change at all in status and responsibility. Generally it is viewed as a change in assignment in which an employee moves from one job to another in the same level of hierarchy, 3/18/13 requiring similar skills,

Purposes of Transfer
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meet the organizational requirements satisfy the employee needs utilize employees better

make the employee more versatile adjust the workforce provide relief
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Types of Transfers
Production Replacement Rotation Shift Remedial Penal

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Demotion
Demotion is the downward movement of an employee in the organizational hierarchy with lower status and pay. It is a downgrading process where the employee suffers considerable emotional and financial loss in the form of lower rank, power and status, lower pay and poor working conditions.
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Causes of Demotion
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promotee is unable to meet the challenges posed by a new job to adverse business conditions, organizations may decide to lay off some and downgrade other jobs may be used as disciplinary tools against errant employees
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Due

Demotions

Demotion Policy
A clear cut demotion should contain:
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clear list of rules along with punishable offences be made available to all the employees violation be investigated thoroughly by a competent authority case of violation, it is better to state the 3/18/13 reasons for taking such

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Employee Separations
Resignation Retirement Death Lay-off Retrenchment Suspension Discharge

and Dismissal

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