Sr. Executive - Hr, Lifestyle International
It seems your organsation is also new.
Policies are basically written processes to avoid any ambguity in the organisation so it may be many as per the need of the organisation.
to go for this you need to closely observe your present processes and and also identify where most of the conflicts you are finding then you can frame all these points and discuss with the concerned (to know if there are any legality involved or suiting to particular your company) with your ideas on it. After this you propose this to your TOP Management for approval and circulate to all your employees.
as as start up you may work on
Any special ocassion (Birthdays, Long service, performance etc)
YOU CAN USE THE FOLLOWING FRAME FOR THE SAME
Coverage of the policy (if for some set of employees)
Amendment( with a clause the policy can be amended from time to time)
GO on and hope for the best
14th August 2008 From India, Delhi
Thank you for your advice, actually our Organisation is very big based in Honkong & widely spred over Middle & far East countries. Now they have started their stores / Branches in India. They have a well established HR Dept in Middle east Countries, but where as their policies are completely different which cannot be followed in India. Here in India i have to start up with all new policies, Can you send me some HR Policies Framed for / Suiting the retail Market ? My E-Mail ID; .
18th August 2008 From India, Madras
I think i my reply is too late, may b by the time u must have done all basic work. anyways, as someone has replied process and policies are just to make an standard and it can not be made up in a days time. A simple way would be ( if at all your company's budget allows) hire a consultant who can do this for you because if you will engage your self completely into this your ruteen operation would suffer, and todays time there are so many good consultants who will make complete policy as per your need and if needed, can help you in implementing them. Same ways initially to avoid legal hassles you can a hire a legal guy who can do set up for you , if not full time may b for a short & fix term.He will help you in getting all the legal things done and once you feel that now you can run the show, you can always terminate the contract.
All the Best.
14th October 2010 From India, Delhi
I have a same problem as above hyder said.
we have two stores in kerala from that one is already registered with 10 employees and other has to be registered with 15 employees.i am confused that if i register the second store with the same proprietor name and the total employees will be 25 together in both stores in such case esi and epf are applicable are not.
Please suggest me what to do.
9th November 2016 From India, Vadodara