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Dear Fresher & Recruiters,
Greetings from Rohit!!!!!!!
Here is my collection of HR Activities what exactly a HR person is expected to do in a COmpany/Inustry, which would be useful/helpful for those who really wants to make their career in Core HR, HR Generallist.
This material provides complete Practical Information what we are expected to do in a Company when we join a company as HR Manager.
Find the Attachment, It contains the information right from RTR (Recruitment to Retirement).
Hope this would be heplful to make u success in your career.
Best Regards,
Rohit Pampari:icon1:
14th February 2009 From India, Hyderabad

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Hi Rohith,
I saw your RTR ,it provides good information.I am looking for this information only. Another small request.If you provide me in detail about the statutory complience i.e.(PF,ESI,Payroll,Salary Break Up ) for indian companies it will be helpful me a lot.
Waiting for your more posting
With regards
Yateen:icon1:
14th February 2009 From India, Bangalore
please help me, When the Employees Completed his Retirement that person eligibul for E.S.I. are not .
1) Whether He eligibul or not.
2) what forms he submisson in e.s.i. office.
3) plz help me.
Thanks/Regards.
G.Srikanth
14th February 2009 From India, Hyderabad
Hi Rohit,

Its been a long time since i have posted... but i guess you have compelled me to put a post... I sincerely felt that the document attached is a great source of learning to all and specifically for freshers...

I myself have joined newly in an organization in the ER role and must say that the document helped me a lot in gaining knowledge in the statutory parts of PF and ESI etc... and specifically the various forms and accounts that were required to be maintained.

I once again thank you for sharing this doucument and contributing in improving the knowledge of the fellow group members, including me.

Regards
Rakesh
14th February 2009 From India, Secunderabad
Hi Rohit,
Thanks for valuable information.
I just need your permission to use your notes in my HR classes.
If you haven't any problem regarding that plz confirm with revert mail.
Waiting for your response.
Thanks & Regards,
Manish Modi
15th February 2009 From India, Delhi
Dear Friends,
I am new in HR; Can you please help me with some site wherein I can get "a collection of quotes" which are often used by HR Mgrs who wishes staffs everyday or may be a quote to boost others.
Thanks,
Arunava
15th February 2009 From India, Calcutta
The document will not open for you if you do not have Microsoft Word or a program like Open Office installed on your PC. Open Office is free and will read Word's .doc files.
Even if the poster was to send the document to you, you will still not be able to open it. Solve the basic problem first.
John in Oz
16th February 2009 From Australia, Melbourne
Hi Rohit,I went thru your article/ manual.. good work..I have something that you can add on to your good work.. if you could use more of the formats( application blank, exit interview form,formats used during campus reruitment) & so on..Hey you have just designed a HR manual.Keep up the good work...all the best.
16th February 2009 From India, Mumbai
You need to add more in terms of Training, Compensation and Benefits, Employee Relations etc. and do smore tweaking with your current file.
16th February 2009 From United Kingdom
Hi,
NO DOUBT it is very very nice.....a small request...if possible try to give some more information in practical like .... theoritically understand that what are the forms to submit in PF, ESI. But practically what are the chalans and forms to fill and submit on which days....
Thanks...ram
28th February 2009 From Singapore, Singapore
Hey Rohit, I loved your post, loads of information piled up in one sheet, gr8 job!!!! keep going. All the best.
10th March 2009 From India, Madras
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