Need Presentation On Hr Function - Ppt Download - CiteHR
Anil.arora
Administration Head
Hussain Zulfikar
Hris Implementation, Payroll, Recruitment,
Ajayaatreyasa
Recruitment, Labour Laws, Skill Mapping,
MRajesh
Executive-administration
Vvikramkumar
Troubleshooting Pc

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Hi All, Recently I have joined an organisation. My boss wants me to give a presentation on HR function within the organisation. What should I prepare for ? Please suggest. Regards. M Rajesh
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hi rajesh,
This is a wonderful opportunity for you to market yourself before your new boss. First and formost is to identify the
a.objectives of HR department.
b. HR procedures and strategies
c. Understanding HR functions interms of recruitment, selection, placement, Training & development, Employee relations, Perfromance Managemnet System, Payroll function etc.
d. For each function, you can show the data, (if you have past database for a time period), you can derive employee statistics, attrition rate, reasons for attrition, etc..
similarly for training, the number of training interventions, attendance in training etc..
You can present your views about Employee retention strategies etc
If you are planning new HR initiatives, you can present that also and have a discussion with your boss. He should feel that you are a proactive HR executive.
best wishes!!!!
regards
sreedevi

Sure hope this attached presentation can help you out...

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yea good stuff anil..i hope this wuld be more help to rajesh.. and rajesh..good luck..hope you do well...
wow superb information.. keep posting these kind of information and suggestions it surely helps.
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