Zainab Ali Started The Discussion:
I would like to know what are the basic job responsibilities of HR Executive. Appreciated your details replies. Thanks
Posted 9th October 2007 From Pakistan, Karachi
Hello,

There can be end number of responsibilities that can be carried out by an HR Exec.

It depends upen the size and your profile in HR.

In smaller companies an HR person will have to carry the responsibilities of

PayRoll manager
Motivator
Grievance handling
Training
HR/Manpower planning
HR finance
Appraisal
and also releaving.

In a large scale industry there are seperate divisions for all the activities so there the responsibilities will differ.

Regards
Posted 9th October 2007 From India, Ahmadabad
Thanks a lot shahanal for your reply its really informative... Dear all why no body replied ??? need to know much about HR Executive/ Assistant Job descriptions, plz need your more inputs Regards
Posted 10th October 2007 From Pakistan, Karachi
Good Piece of Information,,, Thank You,,, For More on that, Pls Click the following links, http://www.citehr.com/download-list.php?query=HR+Executive Regards M. Peer Mohamed Sardhar 093831 93832
Posted 10th October 2007 From India, Coimbatore
Hi Zainab ALi!

The following are job Responsibilities of HR Exectuive -

Recruitment -
1. Job Description,
2. Identify the Competencies required,
3. Identify the source for hiring,
4. Interview the candidate,
5.Coordinate the interview with the respective department and
6. If selected, complete the documentation .

Operations -

1. Joining formalities.
2. Handling Employee Database (Both in Soft Form and Files Management)
3. Leaves and Attendance Management
4. Handling the payroll
5. Managing advance Salary, Ad Hoc Bonuses, Loans
6. Confirmations, Performance Appraisals, Performance Management
8. Exit-Interviews
9. Full and Final Settlement

Employee Relation -

1)Handling all the queries of the employees. Be it related to Salary, Leaves, Attendance, and Transfer etc.
2) They are also expected to explain the various policies, strategies and benefits to employees.
3) They are expected to stop all type of rumours and misleading communications.
4) They should motivate the employees on day-to-day basis.


This list can vary from company to company.

Regards

Shalini Negi

Posted 30th April 2009 From India, Mumbai
thanx Shalini... THAT was reallyy a good piece of info...... can u help me in solving my problem too...
Posted 25th June 2009 From India, Calcutta
Hi kanika, when u r in ur vacant hrs u can study apppraisal, training & development stratagy, recruitment procedueres , internet or MBA books may be helpful for u but at least u have to take initiative. only the work u r doing is only clarical job will not lead u anywhere.

thanks & regards,



Posted 4th December 2009 From India, New Delhi
Hi, Im working in a e-pub company as a recruitment executive. can you help out withe my Roles and Responsibilities
Posted 20th March 2010 From India, Madras
Hi i am Raju yadav here as iam working for a pharma company as an executive Administration .can any one help me how can i get the knowledge of HR activities as i am looking to work as an HR Executive.
Posted 6th May 2010 From India, Hyderabad
Dear All, I have got 2.5 yrs exp in HR field ,now presently looking for job in chennai location. I have good experience in Recruitment and post recruitment activities Thanks, kalpana
Posted 10th October 2012 From India, Madras
Hi ,
I am Pursuing MBA in HR I am looking for job in HR executive I will be learning lots of things about the HR in that field . I am having all bookish knowledge but I want to have the Practical Knowledge also . I am having 3.6 yrs of experience in Admin Executive & Event executive works .
Can you help me getting job in HR executive I am keen interested in working in that field.
I am staying in Chennei OMR road .
Please help me

Thanks & Regards
Anju
Posted 18th July 2015 From India, Chennai
Dear, I have 2.5yr of working experience in a placement consultancy as a HR consultant. I want to know is this experience beneficial for me, if I move in other sector, or useless.
Posted 2nd February 2016 From India, Nagar



 
 
 
 







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