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Hello Seniors,
Kindly guide this silent member about the HR Policies:
1) Is it convenient to further segregate HR policies into Recruitment Policy/Retention Policy/Exit Policy or such?
2) Does HR policies need to be renewed quarterly or yearly basis?
Awating for your guidance.
Snehlata G.

Dear Member,

HR or any policy can not remain relevant for ever, in these times of permanent change. So, forward looking organisations, constanrly scan the operating environment for opportunities & challenges, modify themselves to adopt to the change and deliver value to their clients.

Thus, policies need not be changed at a particular interval. It is for the HR leader to understand if a present policy has out lived its utility; has stopped facilitating the bussiness; or counter-productive if continued in present shape; etc.

After identifying policies, parts of policies which need to be changed, the HR leaders can go about the change process.

Yes, "Prismatic Societies" in terms of comparitive public administration, are those with features of fused models and diffracted models. So, "HR Policy" represents a fused model. Rectt policy, Exit policy, Retaining policy, lateral placement policy, job rotation policy, promotion policy, internal selection policy etc, etc, represent diffracted model and thus represents highly developed society.

So, if you want to diffract one policy into many hues the need must have been expressed from some quarter, or as a feed back from employees. In any case, this represents the maturity of the organisation that it has a solid and logical thinking on these emerging issues.

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