nehashrivastav Started The Discussion:
I am MBA Fresher, few days back I had joined one manufacturing firm, there they dont have proper hr department, so my boss had given me my first assignment to set up a hr policy and manual for a company......but I am really not getting a start or how to proceed...........I will be obliged if any one could help me out as soon as possible......
Posted 14th October 2009 From India, Ghatkopar
Dear Neha, Follow the steps as mentioned in the attached document for your reference. Regards, Narendra
Posted 14th October 2009 From India, Hyderabad
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I am very glad for your replying me so soon....
Thanx a lot for that, yes that is usefull information for me.....
but i want to know one thing also that should i proceed same things for preparing HR manual, There are very general policy that are enforced by governmet and no such HR activities is going like performance management, training and development and even role and responsiblities of an employees are not well defined...
plz tell how should i proceed now?
Posted 15th October 2009 From India, Ghatkopar
Dear Neha, Follow as per the attached info. It is a guideline for preparing the HR manual of your org. Regards, Narendra
Posted 15th October 2009 From India, Hyderabad
For further details you can contact me over my mobile or post the same on this site. Regards, Narendra (+91-9885375038) Hyderabad
Posted 15th October 2009 From India, Hyderabad
hi, i have (newly) joined a company making cartridges and i have to collect info or make thesis about a raw material called OPC drum.as we are going to purchase it so i should know what are the parameters against which a gud OPC is measured and what are the ways it can be damaged(precautions to be take while handling)?I am unable to search enough info.If somebody is in this field pleae guide me .thanx
Monika
Wishing you all a happy and prosperous dipawali.
Posted 15th October 2009 From India, Chandigarh
There is a mass of material already here on Cite HR about HR Manuals and policies which members have posted regularly.

Use the Download Search box at the top of the page.

Search FIRST Ask SECOND

Use the resources that are already here and stop reinventing the wheel all the time!!

John in Oz
Posted 16th October 2009 From Australia, Melbourne
:-P first you study your company policy , you read some boks related ur field than you will get proper information like salary slip, epf, pf, leave letter, app leter,other etc
Posted 16th October 2009 From India, Pune
Get it, if it is suitable
Posted 16th October 2009 From India, Gurgaon
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Hi Guys, Can anyone help me with a polcy on Maternity benenefits? I have the act, but i wanted a sample policy of any organization. Thanks
Posted 16th October 2009 From India, Thiruvananthapuram
Thanx a lot , these all information are really use full to me and i think many other people. Thank you
Posted 21st October 2009 From India, Ghatkopar
Dear Neha,

You have posted your quaery on 14th of this month and now its almost a week!

So how far you have started implemeting the inputs / suggestions posted by other members of this CiteHR???

I mean have you started anything in the start up of HR........................................???

Regards,
Narendra
Posted 21st October 2009 From India, Hyderabad
Hi Neha! You may also take an HR manual from another similar company as guide and prepare your own. :)
Posted 22nd October 2009 From India, Bangalore
Yes Narendra,
I had started with exixting policies in the company and trying to put it properly,your information are really helpfull to me and may other people , i really appreciate your helping others.

Actually in this organisation no one knows about his/her job description and every one do every job possible for them.
No one is clear about their work, their and company mission vision and goal, so employee retention is very tough here, even i didnt find her that neither employee had trust on CEO nor CEO has any trust on employee.
so whatever guidline you had given me , i think it will take time.

can you suggest me something more i this, because my sir has just asked me to concentrate on hr manual only.

Thank You
Regards,
Neha Shrivastav
Posted 23rd October 2009 From India, Ghatkopar
@rkpandey29, yes i m trying to do so, but i didnt get similar organization hr manual. can u help me? i m working with manfacturing firm.
Posted 23rd October 2009 From India, Ghatkopar
Dear neha,
find the attachment for the manufacturing setup. This will be very useful for you. Its all own work by me and also files & suggestions from this citehr. I would like to hear the feedback from you. Feel free to ask any queries about manu.unit. IF any, Mail me at
Posted 24th October 2009 From India, Madras
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hi Naren It is Excellent.Is it the Same For Every Industry or is there any particular format for IT/ITES ?
Posted 29th January 2010 From India, Coimbatore
Hi Neha,

even i m a mba fresher and working for a manufacturing dept. where i hv ben assigned same job.there are many sample formats which r highly useful for us,which are available on this site. all d bst.

Regds,
Sanam
Posted 29th January 2010 From India, Mumbai
Dear Sir Thanks for Hr Related Information.Because,This is benefial for me.again say.......... Thanks
Posted 28th November 2010 From India, Delhi
Dear Narendra Thank you so much for such posting. it is very helpful for me & others also.
Posted 28th November 2010 From India, Kanpur



 
 
 
 







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