Hr Executive
Shyam T
Raj Kumar Hansdah
Shrm, Od, Hrd, Pms
Asst. General Manager - Hr
Hr Manager
Hr Manager
Hr Executive
Hr Executive
Recruitment, Erecruit Systems.
Human Resource , Manpower Resources
Trushali Parkhe
Hr- Co-ordinator
+8 Others

Hi everyone, If there are 30 employees in a company and planning to recruit more 30 employees, can anyone tell me how many recruiters and HR are required.
27th October 2009 From India, Pune
Hi, For a company size of 60, 1 HR and 1 Recruiter is enough. Pls let me if more info is required. Mail me at tm(Dot)isysnsol(at)gmail(Dot)com For TMi
27th October 2009 From India, New Delhi
Hi, For a company size of 60, 1 HR and 1 Recruiter is enough. Pls let me if more info is required. Mail me at tm(dot)isysnsol(at)gmail(dot)com For TMi
27th October 2009 From India, New Delhi
According to me, One HR Head & one Assistance to HR Head to take care of all Hr - Adminstrative issue & assist to him for all other activities and one recuriter is enough. Sneha
27th October 2009 From Finland
up to 100 employees, we can manage with a single Assistant HR and 1 fresher for all HR related activities.
27th October 2009 From India, Madras
Hi Trushali,
For a growing company such as yours with Head count of 30 and looking to become 60 I would suggest you should have 1 HR executive (HR General + Recruitment), 1 Finanace (Finanace + Salary processing) and 1 fresher or jr. recruiter (Helping HR exxcutive in his tasks)...
For small organizations I would suggest some one with fair experience of around 2-3 years in similar kind of companies... Make sure you have simple process and policies and not to complex which require lot of manpower to handle....
For any further queries feel free to reach me
viraj (dot) s (85) at (gmail) dot (com)
27th October 2009 From India, Mumbai
Am the single Recruitment Executive for a company with 800+ headcount. But in the entire HR perspective, you should have Generalist with another executive who can assist the higherups handson with hiring, admin, training, payroll, facilities, onboarding etc
27th October 2009 From India
1 HR Exc. Is more than enough, Outsource your recruitment to any good HR consultancy and save your time and concentrate on work.
27th October 2009 From India, Hyderabad
I feel for a company with less than 100 employees, 1 HR Manager with 1 Executive with recruitment experience can handle the task effectively. Ravindran
28th October 2009 From India, Bangalore
For your requiremnt 1 hr Head and 1 recruiter is enough, and it will if ur head count raise uptill 100. Best Regards Jayana
28th October 2009 From India, Ahmadabad
one recruiter is enough , you can get reference form you existing 30 employes itself . if you need any manpower let me know ..... ask for some consultancy for free services
28th October 2009 From India, Madras
My name is Bhavesh Agrawal and I represent my company SenseHR. To begin you would not need any recruiters. Simply get in touch with us and we will help you scale up by not only strategizing the whole Recruitment Process for you, but will also execute it for you.
SenseHR is a HR Partnership company located in Mumbai. We are offering 1st of its kind HR solutions to our clients. We would like an introduction with your leadership team and would be glad to help you in any way we can.
Have a nice day.
Bhavesh Agrawal
Founder & CEO
Mobile : 9833097993
28th October 2009 From India, Mumbai
Hi Trushali,
as per your manpower requirement you can go with following combination..
With manpower 30,one HR professional having experince in entire gamut of HR will do,
But since you are going to double this size,A seasond HR professional having expirence in all filed of HR,as well as have some knoweledge of legal,plus a recruiter with an experince upto 1 yr in same field will(this will save your manpower cost,and you will get more energatic person).I hope you must be having accounts dept which should be taking care of all financial matter along with final salary processing.
28th October 2009
My suggestion is one Executive- Hr is enough with good communication skills to do the recruitment process. Sudhir kumar Sr.Executive-HR
28th October 2009 From India, Visakhapatnam
Well... everybody seems to be of the same opinion... it is mine too. One good HR executive and one recruiter who has the capability to hire the right talent is my feeling too
28th October 2009 From India, Madras
Hi One (Genera+Recruiter) Executive with 2 - 2+ years of experience in similar companies is enough to handle the work. Regards Vamsi
28th October 2009 From India, Hyderabad
Dear RSK
Amazing to find you answering such a childish question so seriously !!
Even if the company has 1 HR in position; he/she can SINGLE-HANDEDLY recruit 30 persons easily (within a lead time of 15 days - in case out-station candidates are involved, then 21 days).
If you find it incredible, ask our senior member and SME Ash Mathew; she is right now busy recruiting in the Textile sector.
RECRUITNG 1 OR 2 PERSONS just to recruit 30, shows the in-efficiency of HR, which prompts companies to outsource such services.
Warm regards.
29th October 2009 From India, Delhi
Ms. Trushali & fellow Citehr members,
I entirely agree with Mr. Raj Kumar. For the present size and also for the planned recruitment, one person can easyly handel entire HR, Recruitment and Payroll activity. Ms. Trushali you should do it all alone, single handedly.
Thanks & Regards

29th October 2009 From India, Pune
My views are….

As you mentioned that there are already 30 employees working; that means you must be already having HR set up…HR Head and one Recruiter. You can go ahead with the same strength to recruit 30 more employees too.

But if your requirement is very tricky and can not be sourced with the available recruiter then you can go for experienced recruiter for contract basis. Or else, if you are getting projects on the same technical platform means u can go for recruiter on permanent roles. Its completely depends upon flow of the projects you are getting. 2 people in HR department are quite enough to manage the 60 employees in a software company. There are plenty source available in the market with both Recruitment and HR experience.
29th October 2009 From India, Mumbai
I am working as recruitment specialist in a software development company with 450+ employees. From my experience from the time when we were smaller, I'd say that you need one experienced HR specialist (training & development, compensation & benefits...), and one experienced recruited. Plus you need one HR assistant that would take care of the more administrative matters. A team of the 3 would do.
29th October 2009
normally a ratio for workforce to HR is 1 HR official (the person will do both HR and recruitment) for a workforce of 150, that is the normal ratio
29th October 2009 From South Africa, Johannesburg
Hi, i also think, for growing company one HR for generalistic profile and one for recruiter will be fine. Thansk & Regards, Shikha
29th October 2009 From India
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