Jeevaneyan
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Hi All, Is it must to have Statutory compliance experience to be an HR Generalist? If yes, then what kind of experience is required.
Every now and then I am getting calls from good company and the question they ask is do you have experience in Statutory compliance.
I would like to know whall all I need to know for the same.
Regards
Sujata
6th November 2006 From India, Faridabad
Hi Sujata,

As a HR person you must know what legislations apply to your company. If you are working in an IT company for instance, then the following acts will apply, to name a few:

1. Shops & Establishments Act.

2. National & Festival Holidays Act.

3. Payment of Wages Act. etc.

You need to first check what laws are applicable to your company.

Then, read the bare act, related rules, then see the Forms to be submitted to the Labour dept. under the acts. It is important you read the bare acts.

Don't you have a legal consultant for your company? If you have, then hold a discussion to understand the legislations and compliance needs. If you don't have, better engage one as retainer. You may need if any matter goes to the labour court.

But, one thing I want to tell.

HR generalist does not mean having some superficial knowledge about HR activities, transactions like coordinating with recruitment consultants, post-recruitment formalities etc. If that is so, then a secretary can do that job. HR is already a specialist job, within which you have very special areas - ex. OD. A general physician cannot ask whether he should have knowledge about basics of medical profession.

Legislations are basically important as they provide the legal framework for the business of any company.

And, in fact, as a HR generalist you must know about the labour legislations that apply to your company. You need not much worry about legislations if you are a HR specialist like OD specialist, PMS Specialist, Training Specialist, Recruitment Specialist, etc.

So, law is more important for the HR generalsit than the specialist.

Start learning from now on at least.

Jeevaneyan
6th November 2006 From India, Bangalore
Hi Jeevaneyan
Thanks a ton for your support.
1. Shops & Establishments Act.
2. National & Festival Holidays Act.
3. Payment of Wages Act. etc.
I have read all the 3 books mentioned above and I have knowledge also but I don't have any knowledge regarding legal issues.
Pleas let me know from where I can get that.
Regards
Sujata
6th November 2006 From India, Faridabad
Hi, What do you really mean by legal issues? What are your current legal issues? Tell me so I can tell you. Jeevan
7th November 2006 From India, Bangalore
sir I am the student of faculty of social work. so i want to know about stuatuory and non-statutory provision and perception of employees on it. so please give some information on my email id
8th November 2006 From India, Vadodara
Hi,
I have to submit a project on statutory compliance. But I have no knowledge about it. I want to know what it means, its objectives, its importance, the concepts, the acts, under it in detail. Can you please forward me the information on my email ID which is :
17th May 2008 From United States
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