I want to know about Induction and joining formalitites of the company?
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sangithad Started The Discussion:

Hi, I am new to HR Generalist kind of role. So i want to know about details and format of 1. Induction 2. Joining formalities 3. Employee relations Regards Sangitha

neetijoshi - Contributing Member
Hi Sangitha,

(1.)Induction is basically a training given to the employees of the company. It includes information about company, information about company's work, information about job profile of employee. So, for this you have to make a kind of presentation which cover each and every information about you company. It can be of one day two day or can be of week also depends how big your organization is.
(2.)Joining Formalities:- It includes all documents related to employees like: -
• Relieving Certificate from last Employer
• Copy of Birth Certificate/ School leaving Certificate
• Academic & professional Certificates
• 3 Recent Passport size colour photographs
• Last pay slip drawn
• Electricity or telephone bill
• Appointment letter accepted and signed by you
• Proof of identity (Passport, driving license, voter’s ID card)
These documents should be photocopied and signed by the candidate himself. Rest all depends upon on what strategies your company works.
(3.) Employee Relations:- Kindly search this topic in citehr.com and you will get full detail on this topic. for your help I am also attatching a presentation for you.

Thanks,
Neeti


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venhadesh - Contributing Member
Hello sangitha, I am venhadesh.This file can help you for greater extend.


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narendra.swarna - Contributing Member
Dear Sangitha, Please find attached SAMPLE EMPLYEE HAND BOOK for your reference. Regards, Narendra (+91-9885375038)


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sangithad - Contributing Member
hi narendra, Thanks a ton. Do you keep any floorgames to the employees in your company? wht other activities we can do in a company. our company strength is just 30. Regards sangita

venhadesh - Contributing Member
Hello sangita, I have couple of guides for employee handbook. I will mail it to you. Post your mail id here or mail me at venhadesh@gmail.com

narendra.swarna - Contributing Member
Dear Sangita,

We don't keep any floorgames in our company. But we do plan & arrange for a PLAN COMMUNICATION DAY (PCD) i.e., annual gathering where in the management communicates the annual year plan, achievemnts of the last financial year and after that have some fun.....................

So, as your compnay's sterngth is about 30; you can plan for the above if your management wishes to do so.

Regards,
Narendra

sangithad - Contributing Member
hi,

Thanks a lot... you people are helping me a lot. Now i am able to manage HR gerneralist role also... learning and implementig what ever formats i prepared in the company feelig good.

Narendra:

We already following that. Plans and achievements we are discussing.... and if get any good project works we hav fun and parties... other than that if we keep some brainstorming games to the employees, that will be good i feel.

Venhadesh : Send me ur email id

Regards
Hemalatha

venhadesh - Contributing Member
Hi hemalatha, I have posted my mail id in these replies find it out . If u want any help feel free to ask me.

maheshb79hr - Contributing Member
Hello Sangitha, You are in the middle of desert and your are looking for sand ? :( Check with the search tab in citehr.com and you will see lot more than you expected... ;)

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