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Key Functions Of HR - Exit Interview

pinkychugh Started The Discussion:

Dear All,

I am a consultant working in a wel-know Consultancy firm in Mumbai and my knowledge in terms of HR Functions is very poor. I wish to enhance my knowledge and wanna know what are the key functions of a Human Resource Manager.

Regards,

Pinky

mirza - Member Since: Jul 2007
Pinky:

If you talk about HR Manager then he is responsible for

Recruitment
Training and Development,
Compensation and benefits
Competency Mapping
Performance Mgt
Core HR activities
Employee Relations
Employee Engagement
Labour Relations...etc

hope you understand in brief about HR Manager functions
Thanks

- Mirza

vaishali Mehta - Member Since: Jul 2007
Dear Pinky

I am sending you KRA of HR
Recruitment
Induction
Issuance of offer letters, appointment letters, confirmation letters, relieving letters etc.

Maintaining HRIS & Employee confidential Files.
Maintain Phone Billing Records month wise.
Assistance in performance appraisal and reward management systems.

pinkychugh - Member Since: May 2007
Thanks a ton Mirza & Vaishali Just incase you had some document elaborating on each function and if you could forward it to me. That would be really kind of You. Thanks again Pinky

Shabbir Ahmed - Member Since: Jul 2007
Dear Pinky,

I wish to add one of the very important aspect of HR function

An HR Prof. works as a change agent and his key role is to BRING ABOUT CHANGE-Change in culture, work environment, Org. climate, attitude and behaviour of people.

He is a sales person to sell his ideas of cahnge

He is a Finance person to ananlyse the cost effectiveness of each move
of management and

He is a Mktg. person to develop new HR products and Establish his Deptt. as well as his Co. as a barnd - A company to work with.

He is an startegist to identify issues as issues convert into problem and then provide solutions to the issues and not to allow issues to becom a problem.

Shabbir

mirza - Member Since: Jul 2007
Pinky/Shabbir:

Pinky i think Shabbir has given you a different scenario of HR and of course it is perfect picture what he has given to all of us here

Shabbir good thoughts and keep sharing your views

Thanks

- Mirza

ankitchaturvedi - Member Since: Mar 2007
hi pinky,

i agree and also impressed to what shabbir has said...but i would like to add few more activities to his list.....


There role of an HR professional is any organisation is:-

1) Recruitment & Selection

2) Performance Appraisal

3) Policy Making

4) Retention

5) Exit Interview

6) Employee satisfaction survey

7) Now-a-days even an HR professional in a manufacturing unit/industry handles IR.


8) An HR professional also has to prepare the Job Descriptions for the newly recruited candidates.....

9) Also in the current market scenario the HR team also takes part / act as Strategic Businees Partner in the organisation.....

I presume this much information is enough for you to get the roles of an HR professional.....



regards

ankit

sarita thakur - Member Since: Jul 2007
right all posted above are key hr functions but i feel induction traning is most imp this is first impression which new employee get about org

sanjayshende - Member Since: Aug 2006
Hi Pinki, See the attached document. It may give you an idea about HR activities. Regards, Sanjay


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M.Peer Mohamed Sardhar - Member Since: Jan 2007
Thank You for the Information,,,,,, Kindly click on the following link, it will give you some required information, http://www.citehr.com/search_new.php?q=Key+HR+Functions+



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