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reema dhaka Started The Discussion:

:?:Hi,

I am new in this HR line, can any body guide me how to start my carrer as HR. I am the only person responsible for HR activities in company with no body to guide ......Kindly help me with all the basics knowledge.........what all should i do and what should be followed.

waanig - Member Since: Feb 2008
Dear Reema,

It seems you are sailing on a small boat towards the Ocean, Welcome ..
Wat exactly ur company is into? HR activities are same same but different too,
Core like Recruitment , Training & Development, Compensation, Performance Appraisal, Employee relations etc etc..

Stream line these acts.

reema dhaka - Member Since: Sep 2008
Hi geetanjali,
Thanks for the reply.My company is in to Drilling and Exploration. I am new to the company with no experience and with no guidance. Management just asks me to prepare formats for letters and all, which I am doing on my level. But I want to know what all should be followed during recruitment, how to maintain list and all those and all other basic work which a HR person should know .......................if someone can guide me.

tina tonde - Member Since: Sep 2007
Hi geetanjali,
Thanks for the reply.My company is in to Drilling and Exploration. I am new to the company with no experience and with no guidance. Management just asks me to prepare formats for letters and all, which I am doing on my level. But I want to know what all should be followed during recruitment, how to maintain list and all those and all other basic work which a HR person should know .......................if someone can guide me.

Hi ,

Am tina can you please provide me your no so that i can contact you ..............

Satrajit Sanyal - Member Since: Oct 2008
Dear All,
Could you please clarify as to what level you have been recruited in ( as in Senior Executive, Assistant Manager, or say, Band-II, or III)? That, along with the information as to whether you are working as a HR generalist, will enable others to help you out--say for example, you may be called upon to scan CVs, map Core and Fringe Skill Sets, allocate payroll, allocate the resources, train the same in basic processes, map competencies, perform T.N.A.s, chalk out and maintain SLAs( Service Level Agreements), evaluate and appraise performance and clarify Key Performance & Key Result Areas of each employees---all depends on the exact role you have been assigned.
Hope this helps a little...
Regards,
Satrajit

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