Now that the Boss has placed his hand over his shoulders, the man will now move from an ‘Needs Improvement’ to an ‘Outstanding employee of the organisation’! All thanks to one gesture.



  1. Good cartoon… but let me understand in a lighter vain …Outstanding means ‘Standing Out’ of the organization or extraordinary employee ?Boss ke sath dusmani bhi mehengi aur pyar bhi mehenga? I read the HR Katha regularly and like many contents. The name HR Katha is very innovative and interesting . Thanks and congrats for the good inputs!!! regards, Shriniwas Rairikar,

  2. Excellent coverage, practical approach, lucid examples. If I miss to read he katha one day due to preoccupation found missed some valued advice. Regards Pawan Jha

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Prajjal Saha is the editor and publisher of HRKatha, which he founded in 2015. With nearly 25 years of experience in business journalism, writing, and editing, he is a true industry veteran who possesses a deep understanding of all facets of business, from marketing and distribution to technology and human resources. Along with his work at HRKatha, he is also the author of the Marketing White Book. Thanks to his extensive experience and expertise, he has become a trusted source of insight and analysis for professionals across a wide range of industries.