hello friends... i want to know the various divisions available in hr... kindly reply me... thank u...
From India, Madras
Broadly into two but it can be sub-divided to suit to the company requirement Organisational Development Talent Acquisition
From India, Lucknow
Hi! it all depends on the company as to what they want to have as the hr structure. if u wish u can have divisions & Job reponsibilities covered as under:
1) Human Resource
- All Processes & Policy Matters
- Compensation & Benefits
- Performance Management
- Training & development
- Career Planning
- All Joining & Relieving Formalities
2) IR
- Employee Relations
- Disciplinary Actions
- Statutory Welfare
- Grievance Management
- Returns Filing
- Employee Rights & Privacy
- Govt. Liasion
3) Time Office
- Time Keeping
- Leave Mgmt
- Payroll Administration
- Legal Compliance
- MIS
- Shift Roaster Mgmt
4) People Development
- Manpower Planning
- Job Analysis
- Recruitment & Selection
- Coordinating Interviewing
- Campus Hiring
- Portal Mgmt
Hope u find this usefull.
Regards,
Jessy

From India, Mumbai
It depends on the organization - type, size, industry, locations (manufacturing, marketing, offices) etc.
From a single division, it can extend to hundreds.
If you can give details of the concerned organization or a hypothetical organization; I can suggest the possible divisions of HR.

From India, Delhi
Dear All,
I do have a input on this. We can devide HR in to following areas
1. HRM - MPP, Recruitment, Budgeting, MIS, Time office etc.
2. HRD - T&D, Career Planning, PMS, SGA, R&R, TEI etc.
3. IR - Compliances, Grievance Handling, Employee Communication, workplace Safety & Enviornment, Liaison etc.
Administration is also covered in generalistic HR profile comprising Security, Sanitation, Discipline, Guest Houses, Vender Management etc.
Hope this will serve the purpose.

From India, Chandigarh
Good Jessy, Good Job! On the lighter side: A typo highlighted below seems to be changing the meaning of everything. Roaster Management?
From India, Madras
:icon1: thts a good one ash!
well the roaster mgmt is jus a suggestion for those having a major group of employees who have to work in shifts....example nurses in hospitals, and planning and organizing their shifts is a task by itslef.....
regards!
jessy

From India, Mumbai
Recruitment & Selection

• Recruitment

• Selection

• Referee Checks

• Induction

• Probation



Behaviour & Code of Conduct

• Anti-Discrimination

• Workplace Bullying & Harassment

• Sexual Harassment

• Vicarious Liability

• Racial Vilification

• Workplace Health & Safety (statement of policy)

• Code of Conduct

• Discipline

• Suspension

• Termination

• Serious & Wilful Misconduct

• Alcohol & Drugs

• Grievance Procedures



Administration & Support

• Certificate of Service

• Office appearance (daily & weekly tasks)

• Client service

• Face to face service

• Building relationships

• Information & Advice to clients

• Dealing with waiting clients

• Client complaints

• Answering the telephone

• Media enquiries

• Faxes & emails

• Computer, email & internet

• Blogging/ MP3s / Music Headsets / Handheld Games

• Computer back-ups

• Mobile Phones & personal calls

• Motor vehicles - licensing

• Driving infringements

• Fuel cards

• Vehicle maintenance

• Vehicle safety & security

• Traffic accidents

Performance Learning & Development

• Performance Appraisal

• Learning & Development

• Training Plans

• Training roles & responsibilities

• Career planning

• Unsatisfactory Performance



Conditions of Employment

• Employment type

• Job sharing

• Hours of Work

• Punctuality

• Shift swapping

• Public Holidays

• Overtime

• Timesheets

• Friends & Family Visits in work time

• Pay & Pay records

• Salary sacrifice

• Records for team members

• Access to records

• Personnel files

• Staff privacy

• Staff Discount

• Car Parking

• Annual Leave

• Personal Leave (sick leave, carers leave)

• Compassionate leave

• Study leave

• Jury service

• Leave without pay

• Long service leave

• Maternity leave

• Parental leave

• Adoption leave

• Outside employment

• Termination of employment

• Redundancy

• Exit procedures

• Abandonment of employment

• Death

• Privacy & confidentiality

• Intellectual Property

• Appearance and Uniforms

• Travel - use of own car

• Travel - on business

The Rest you can amalgamate from the informations provided by other members and then use it depending on the nature of your company.

Regards

Liz

From Australia, Adelaide
Hi bhavani hru, this is giridhar an organisational expert, motivational speaker and trainer, insurance and investment advisor. I am attaching ppt which will be most useful for u.
for any queries or help.
Take care bye

From India, Secunderabad

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Hi Jessy, Its verymuch useful.. thanxs need to be added - communication channels and employee engagement here. these are impt too for employee retention.
From India, Pune





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