Vaidehiji Started The Discussion:
What are the functions under HR Department?
Posted 5th March 2008 From India, Hyderabad
Hello Everybody

If not specifically about Medical transcription Company, then can anybody help me to understand what are the Roles and Responsibilities of HR Department in a small company with around 150 employees.
Posted 6th March 2008 From India, Hyderabad

the main responsibilties of HR are sourcing,recruiting,Hiring, Staffing, Talent Acquisition etc.

Lets start with Recruitment Team. This team is also known as Sourcing or Hiring or Staffing or Talent Acquisition team in various organizations. They are “Sales People” within HR Department. Their main role is to get “Best of the Talent” available in the market. Hence, they need to know what exactly they are looking for. Their role starts with “Talent Requisition” raised by the respective department…and ends only with Induction of the New Hire. In between, he needs to prepare the Job Description, Identify the Competencies required, Identify the source for hiring, Interview the candidate, Coordinate the interview with the respective department and complete the documentation.

Purnima Iyer
Posted 23rd March 2008 From China
The main responsibility of HR Dept. is the 3 R's :
1. Recruitment
2. Retention
3. Retirement.

these 3 factors makes a complete cycle of an individual in an organization. Purnima has already listed out the detailed functions of the HR...

Posted 9th August 2009 From India
Hello Purnima

If you are quoting from someother source, then it is better to indicate that. For example see where the paragraph in your post seems to come from.

Have a nice day

A retired academic in UK

Posted 9th August 2009 From United Kingdom
Hi , Good morning. I am also in same profession ,do you get any status regarding the R&R of HRD, if so please let me Know?
Posted 6th January 2010 From India, Madras

Normally in Small organizations with 100-150 employees, HR Roles include:

 Recruitment and staffing,
 Payroll,
 Induction,
 Employee orientation and development
 Training
 Hr Policies & Documentation
 Performance Appraisals
 Maintaining employee records
 Vendor Management.
Posted 6th January 2010 From India, Chandigarh


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