Hr Professional
Operations, Training & Hr
Talent Acquisition (recruitment,selection
Chanda Batra
Employee Relations
Archana Jog
Management And Soft Skill Training
Manager Fin. & Adm.
Wajiha Hassan
Human Resource
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dear all
you all will be glad to know that in my office i m going to set up a HR department.now i m so confused and need a little help from all of you that pls sed me all formet that are required for details of the working employees data in office.
thank you

From India, Amritsar
Hi Ravi,
You may scroll down the post posted in CITE HR through Search button and I am sure you will get lots of formats as desired by you.......
Other then that if you need any specific help you can post that...

From India, Coimbatore
my firm is in trading of EXXON MOBIL and having total 8 employee in admin and 15-20 in sale including BM
pls send me format so that i can make the office record .AS i m also new to this office and HR department is also a new experience for this office also presently no data is maintain in this office .so pls send me all the format tht equired to set up a new HR
thank you

From India, Amritsar
Dear Mr. Ravinder
Season Greetings
A HR is established based on the domain specific or functional area of operation. Kindly send me the domain your are willing to setup the HR Dept. In case you need any idea to setup the same, I can forward the HR Tree Structure of our org. If so kindly e-mail me at-
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From India, Nagpur
Hi Ravinder,

Congratulations on such a challenging assignment. I have done this for three companies so far and its the most exciting experience as a HR person.

Here's is what you can do :

1. Design or download from citehr a format to collect the personal details of all the employees of orgn. ( you can also get their resumes)
2. Create an excel file with all this information. This will be your main Master Employee Database
3. Collect all their educational, previous job documents and file them in separate files. This will be your 'Employee Personal Files'
4. Depending upon the dates of joining, give Employee Codes to everyone.
5. Get hold of a vendor to get Employee ID Cards
6. Start an Attendance Register
7. Draft up the job descriptions for all the people
8. Once that is done, group them into grades and design the organization hierarchy.
9. Simultaneously, search Citehr and download HR manuals (there are plenty) which has Leave Policy, dress code, code of conduct, IT policy, Attendance, etc.
10. Alter the documents to fit your organization.

These are basic steps for setting up a HR dept. Once this is done, you can later improve upon it by adding Employee Engagement programs, Incentive programs, appraisal methods etc.

Let me know if you need further help. You can contact me on .

All the best...

From India, Hyderabad
Dear All
Hi All
I am workig in Pharmaceutical Company as a Executive HR,i am working on the responsibalties of Manager ,i am suffering with many problems,thier is no discipline in employees,evryone is reporting to MD directly no one share his problem infront of Depatment Head,i doesn,t want to continue with this company ,whether i am taking right decision
pls give me suggestion :kumaranil111@yahoo.com
With Regards
Amit Thakur

Hi Amit,
I think you should post your problem in a separate post. You will get better response.
Anyway, I think your company has an open-door policy which is good. The HOD has to develop a credibility with the team. It takes time. Work on the responsibilities of the Manager but dont stop anyone who wants to talk to MD. Infact, you should appreciate your MD for being so approachable.
and leaving your job for this is hasty and silly.

From India, Hyderabad
Please find herewith HR Organisation chart

From India, Mumbai
Hi Deepthi, Im Nisha, Pls guide me how to post my problem seperatly. How to search.Pls revert back to me ASAP. Regards Nisha
From India, Madras
Hi Nisha,
Select the forum in which you want to post a new thread. Then, on the top right side of the page, you will find a tab 'Forum Tools'. From there, select the 'post a new thread' option. Then, follow the instructions given.
All the best.

From India, Hyderabad

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