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Hi, I need HR Hanbook which describes the details of the entire hr process. 1) I need total details of the HR Hanbook Thanks & Regards Saroja
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Hi Narendra A very informative and concise post that will be very useful for many HR people particularly new entrants. Regards
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A very useful guide which could be customised to meet the needs and circumstances of varying organisations.
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You can buy from us both an "HR Policy Manual" and an "Employee Handbook & Code of Ethics/ Discipline". Just visit our site and chose which one fits your requirements and budget: EMILLA CONSULTING - Home
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Ed Llarena, Jr.
Managing Partner
Emilla Consulting
Manila, Philipines

Dear All,
Namaste.
The concept HR itself reveals that it is private sector. Nevertheless, I would suggest that HR people may also study HR policies in public sector i.e. the Central government offices in our country. The most reliable source for HR policies in these offices is Swamy's Handbook published and updated every year. The public sector may not like to follow the government pattern but it may be useful on many issues.
Sincerely,
Shyam Agrawal
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