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Prof. Jayashree Ajith
Jai Institute Of Nursing and research Centre
Gwalior
DEPLOYMENT
DEPLOYMENT
 Deployment is the process of using personnel in an
effective and efficient way •
 Meaning: use of something ...
OBJECTIVES
 Creating value to the customer and the service to
be able to be handed over to the service operatia
 Clear a...
Con……
 minimal unpredicted impact
 ensuring that customers, users, and service
management staff are satisfied
Retaining
 Employee retention involves taking measures to
encourage employees to remain in an organization for
the maximu...
PROMOTION
promotion
 • Promotion means the change to a higher job
accompanied by increased pay and privileges. •
Promotion involves...
Types of promotion
Promotion can be
Horizontal,
Vertical,
Dry promotion
Seniority-based promotion;
Merit-based Promotion.
...
TYPES OFPROMOTION
 • Horizontal promotion:
 In this type payment increases but there is no change
in nature of job .
 •...
Purposes of promotion
 Promotion is a reward for better performance of an
employee
 • It brings loyalty in employees
 •...
Demotions
 • Demotion is the lowering of a rank, reduction in
salary, reducing status and responsibility. •
 Defined as-...
Causes of demotion
 • Breach of discipline
 • Inadequacy of knowledge
 • Unable to cope with change
 • Organizational ...
SUPRANNUATION
superannuation
 • Superannuation means pension given to the
employee after retirement. • Pension: steady income
given to ...
 SUPERANNUATION
 Pension given to employees after retirement. Or
Includes all the benefits, arrears, compensations &
fin...
 Superannuation types of pensions
 disability pension employment based pension
 social & state pension
 SUPERANNUATION
 Types of superannuation plans-
 ACCUMULATION FUND
 How much is accumulated over working life.
Investm...
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  1. 1. Prof. Jayashree Ajith Jai Institute Of Nursing and research Centre Gwalior
  2. 2. DEPLOYMENT
  3. 3. DEPLOYMENT  Deployment is the process of using personnel in an effective and efficient way •  Meaning: use of something or someone  • Deploy means arrange, manage or give position to their employees. •  Deployment in Nursing: staff Nurses having qualification of bsc or msc nursing being deployed as teaching faculty in schools and colleges i.e. redesignation form staff nurse to tutor/ lecturer. Higher cadre
  4. 4. OBJECTIVES  Creating value to the customer and the service to be able to be handed over to the service operatia  Clear and comprehensive release and deployment management plans on.  Building, installing, testing and deploying release packages efficiently, successfully and on schedule  Ensuring new or changed services, enabling systems, technology and organization are capable of delivering the agreed service
  5. 5. Con……  minimal unpredicted impact  ensuring that customers, users, and service management staff are satisfied
  6. 6. Retaining  Employee retention involves taking measures to encourage employees to remain in an organization for the maximum of period. • Hiring is important but retention of employees is even more important • The top organizations are on top because they value their employees and they know how to keep them. promo
  7. 7. PROMOTION
  8. 8. promotion  • Promotion means the change to a higher job accompanied by increased pay and privileges. • Promotion involves a change from one job to another that is better in terms of status and responsibilities -- flipp
  9. 9. Types of promotion Promotion can be Horizontal, Vertical, Dry promotion Seniority-based promotion; Merit-based Promotion. Seniority and Merit-based Promotion.
  10. 10. TYPES OFPROMOTION  • Horizontal promotion:  In this type payment increases but there is no change in nature of job .  • Vertical promotion:  In this case there is a change in the status and responsibility, job status and pay.  Dry promotion:  In this case responsibility increases but not financial benefits.
  11. 11. Purposes of promotion  Promotion is a reward for better performance of an employee  • It brings loyalty in employees  • It gives job satisfaction  • Helps in attracting suitable people
  12. 12. Demotions  • Demotion is the lowering of a rank, reduction in salary, reducing status and responsibility. •  Defined as- “ the assignment of an individual to a job of lower rank and pay usually involving lower level of difficulty and responsibility
  13. 13. Causes of demotion  • Breach of discipline  • Inadequacy of knowledge  • Unable to cope with change  • Organizational changes
  14. 14. SUPRANNUATION
  15. 15. superannuation  • Superannuation means pension given to the employee after retirement. • Pension: steady income given to person after retirement. pensions are the payments made in the form of guaranteed annuity to a retired or disabled person
  16. 16.  SUPERANNUATION  Pension given to employees after retirement. Or Includes all the benefits, arrears, compensations & financial settlements.
  17. 17.  Superannuation types of pensions  disability pension employment based pension  social & state pension
  18. 18.  SUPERANNUATION  Types of superannuation plans-  ACCUMULATION FUND  How much is accumulated over working life. Investment earnings- expenses.  DEFINED BENEFIT FUND Defined by a set formula considering length of service & age of retirement. 16.

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