Railway minister Suresh Prabhu on Thursday advocated for a system of reward and punishment for railwaymen depending on the performance.
He also suggested incorporating changes at the top-level to begin with which can be percolated down at the grassroots level to achieve better results.
“There should be reward for those who do well. We have to introduce it in the system. How to bring better performance to the fore and also recognise the same and those who do not perform well how to punish them,” he said at a roundtable conference on human resource management of railways. Read More…
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