vikas vasisht Started The Discussion:
Dear Friends, Knowledge increases by sharing, that is what i think. Please have a look on one of precious ppt from my collection. keep in touch... cheers..... vikas vasisht
Posted 7th July 2007 From India, New Delhi
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Dear Vikas,

As you go into the genesis of evolving of HRD function, various overlaps can be seen between all three areas - IR, Pers and HRD and also admin; it is inevitable. Hence you will see lot of companies combining all or at least Pers and HRD. Point to emphasize is that there is a HRD focus in all activities, and by assigning them to another category, importance cannot be relegated. E.g. Recruitment is evolving from pure admin/pers function towards HRD by incorporating concepts of Competency mapping, behavioral interview, brain mapping etc. However, certain basic aspects of rect. like job posting, resume searching and shortlisting, scheduling etc. remain purely admin activities.

Regards

Sanjiv Bhutani
GM HR
Posted 7th July 2007 From India, New Delhi
Dear Sir,

Your words are realy true. Nowadays, Recruitments & Selection is shifting to HRD from Personnel. But what i have found, HR structures seems to be contradictory. Recruitments is one point of contradiction.

Regards,

Vikas
Posted 7th July 2007 From India, New Delhi
It will help us in the pratical work, too good, Keep the posting like this to increase our knowledge. Thanks, Sharda
Posted 8th July 2007 From India, Pune
bjpani 
Dear Vikas,
You deserve thanks for this presentation. Could you kindly clarify & expand the terms mentioned therein viz. PER-INDI , NON-PERI , BUS-CON , WC , CW & OT ? Any way it's an appreciable one. Thanx & all wishes......

Best regards,

[Biswajit Pani]
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Posted 9th July 2007 From India, Bhubaneswar
vkm 
Vikas has shared a very good ppt. I like to share a pdf file which describes the main contents of an HR Manual. I would welcome comments on what else should go into a HR manual!

VK

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Posted 10th July 2007
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Thank you both for this great contributions! Keep it up. Thanks once again. Regards, Binu.
Posted 21st July 2007 From India, Thiruvananthapuram
Dear Vikas, Great! Very much informative for the beginners. Thanks for sharing. Regards. Ramesh bala
Posted 17th June 2009 From India, Hyderabad



 
 
 
 







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