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Dear All,
I am in a situation where in my Organisation HR is absolutely a new thing.HR Policy which is approved just recently and where Implementation of such effective concepts of HR such as Perf.Appraisal,Training,Manpower Audit,Competency Mapping etc seems a distant dream...HR is confined mainly to salary processsing and leave and attendance trackers looked by other people...What do i do...I was asked to prepare an Induction Manual which i did with consultation of my Reporting Boss..now i m asked to prepare a work flow of the Organisation here...I wonder what good things i can do to create an impact..plz bear in mind that i am just 4 months old in this practical field of HR and no prior experience in HR.
Suggestions are solicited from experienced as well as new people in the field of HR. Thanks

From India, Mumbai
Things that can be done in HR Deptt
Dear All,
I am in a situation where in my Organisation HR is absolutely a new thing.HR Policy which is approved just recently and where Implementation of such effective concepts of HR such as Perf.Appraisal,Training,Manpower Audit,Competency Mapping etc seems a distant dream...HR is confined mainly to salary processsing and leave and attendance trackers looked by other people...What do i do...I was asked to prepare an Induction Manual which i did with consultation of my Reporting Boss..now i m asked to prepare a work flow of the Organisation here...I wonder what good things i can do to create an impact..plz bear in mind that i am just 4 months old in this practical field of HR and no prior experience in HR.
Suggestions are solicited from experienced as well as new people in the field of HR. Thanks

From India, Mumbai
hi dear!
your Query is Obvious !
First you just try to under stand the System of the organization. Means Understand what Employees are following , what they think nd what about the Management ? What they need?
If Still now there was no any System or Policy then Just wait & Think before implementing any HR policy
well , How many employees are there?
you can ask your Qury in brief

From India, Lucknow
Approximately 200 employees...Policy Implementation also rests after due approval from Directors....Its more of an execution work even by the HOD's rather than strategic or true Managerial in nature who are at the disposal of the Directors...I can also talk big things coz professional talk is not understood by many??Many are very less qualified also...
From India, Mumbai
hi,
in order to implement the things in practically 1st u need the clarity in theoritical concepts,all the details are posted in this cite previously search,if u are not finding it i can help you by giving that......:)

From India, Hyderabad
I m pretty ok with theoretical things...just looking for pratical options...what concrete can be done here so that a strong impact gets created....
From India, Mumbai
ok,i’m sending you 1 attachment,which is very practical,i think this may help you....
From India, Hyderabad

Attached Files
File Type: zip H[1].R Policies.zip (140.0 KB, 2911 views)

Thanks Mudapally...i hope the attachments will help me, however they are basically written form of literature and theoretical in nature....I m concerned with a hardcore act/implementation in the deptt...if i keep preparing stuff like manual,policy etc..even they they are very important..but people here may say...stop writing paragraphs...get work done...i hope i have projected the situation in an understandable manner.What next if i u were in my position...something concrete??Any good format to follow??Some Numerical Analysis??i know Attrition Analysis...others plz...
From India, Mumbai
May I take this opportunity to advise members to give as much detail about the situation as possible when seeking help.



For example, in the given situation, I would like to know the following before venturing to give my views.


  1. What is your background: how many years of work experience do you have and in what roles?
  2. What qualifications do you have (gives an idea of your theoretical knowledge)?
  3. What is the size of the organisation and what is the nature of work carried out?
  4. Are all the workers in one site or scattered (like in the case of a sales team).?
  5. How centralised is the control?
  6. What exactly is your brief?
  7. Is there a high turnover in the company?
As you say "now i m asked to prepare a work flow of the Organisation here", I suggest that you do that to understand what the company does. May be you can find better ways of doing things once you have drawn the flow charts. If needed, please drop me private message once you have got all the info needed for drawing a flow chart.



You can see my profile at www.promentorconsulting.con by clicking on "About us".



Have nice day.



Simhan










From United Kingdom
Dear I am forwarding you some of the useful things in hr. Hope this would help u Thanks & Regards Anjana
From India, Mumbai

Attached Files
File Type: doc HR- FORMS & PROCEDURES.doc (79.0 KB, 1169 views)
File Type: xls HR Monthly Report.xls (39.0 KB, 1736 views)
File Type: doc INTERVIEW QUESTIONS.doc (319.5 KB, 862 views)
File Type: xls HR_Tasks.xls (26.0 KB, 1357 views)
File Type: doc appraisalformtemplate.doc (84.0 KB, 1287 views)


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