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HR Policy & Procedure - Govt of India

rakhishahgupta Started The Discussion:

Dear All,
I need to take advise of you on do we need to take approval of Govt of INDIA or Labour Department when we making HR policies & Procedures. We are the newly established company in India.


Kindly Guide

abhishek_yakult - Member Since: Jun 2008
HR policy is made on the bases of the general rules & and act aplicable to your state or organization .apart to it what facility you want to add from the co. side .

for eg . leave rule follow the act. as it talk about EL or PL leave . etc can add short leave.
timing ,shifts,canteen facilities and transportation but not to break the compliance .

svalarmathi - Member Since: Feb 2008
Dear Rakhi,

There is no requirement to take approval of Labour Department when you make HR policies and procedures. However it is necessary that the such policies should not be violative of any of the Labour/ Employment related legislations. If you need any help on this issue you can write to .

Valar

meangirl - Member Since: Dec 2009
Hi You can see same topic at the side bar of this site. You can find out some thing same your questions. I sent some good materials to Tommy, pls read mail and give feedback. Rgs

veena nagaraj - Member Since: Sep 2009
dear all, I am doing project on hr policies and practices. please can any one guide me what all information is needed for that ?

rahmansharjil - Member Since: Jan 2010
hai all, this is rahman from india..now working in saudi as HR co-ordinator in a hotel.can some one give indian HR policies for companies and hotels..

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