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mercydoyle Started The Discussion:

Hi Friends, Pls tell me the deparments comes under HR. I am a MBA Student and want to know all the departments which HR cover. Waiting for ur experienced reply. Regards

hemant.dev - Member Since: Dec 2008
Hi Dear,

The departments under HR are as follows:-


1. Recruitment & Selection
2. Administration
3. Training and Development
4. Personnel Department


These are common departments which can usually be found in a Good Company.

Regards
Dev Agarwal

darshak mehta - Member Since: Nov 2007
Dear

As many Dept. Comes under the HR but there is no specific rule for that it depends on Organisation to Oganisation

e.g. In many small scale industries HR/Perssonnel is same but in giant and huge industry HR ADMN., PERSONEEL TIME OFFICE CAN BE DIFFERENT.

Regards

Darshak Mehta

ankitchaturvedi - Member Since: Mar 2007
Dear Member,

In any company, the size of the HR department depends on the size of the organization.

In a big organization the HR department has following sub departments in it:

1) Training & Development
2) Recruitment
3) Payroll
4) Administration
5) Organizational Development
6) Legal

In small companies, all these activities a re looked after by either 2 or 3 persons...

Regards

Ankit
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Hardeep HR - Member Since: Apr 2010
It dependes company to company mainly can be Recruitment/sourcing/hiring team Compensation and benefits team called as comp and ben HR Ops team Payroll Training and Development Legal nad compliance

Pjuan - Member Since: Jul 2009
Hi

There is no rule for this, it all depend on the organization's goals.

The human resource department is devoted to providing effective policies, procedures, and people-friendly guidelines and support within companies. Please see below list of HR responsablities but not limited..

Recruiting
Hiring.
Training.
Organization Development.
Communication.
Performance Management.
Coaching.
Policy Recommendation.
Salary and Benefits.
Team Building.
Employee Relations.
Leadership.

Some of these responsabilities could be turn in to departments. Now, it is also depending on the skills of the HR manager and the organization could arrange to have other funtions reporting to HR, susch as IT, Legal, General Administration, Governament Relation, etc.. basically all support funtions.

Regards,
Pjuan

kumaresank - Member Since: Mar 2009
Help me out by listing out the departments iin your company, so that i could say which are all those covered under HR, because department are at large & differs from company2company

Jency HR - Member Since: Mar 2010
Anything regarding employees or manpower in org will be headed by HR dept..
Except marketing, finance everythng is HR.. Even production need HRs contribution

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shepu1984 - Member Since: Apr 2010
Re: Dept under HR I,m working in banking sector in hr. Under HR:- Recruitment Training and Development Operations Managment Talent Management Relationship Management Regards, Shepali

swadhadev - Member Since: Apr 2010
HR includes:

Recruitment and Selection
Training and Development
Compensation and Benifits
Performance Management and Appraisal
Employee engagement
Competency mapping and assessment centres
HR Planning
Industrial Relations (Labour laws)



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