17th September 2010 From India, Mumbai
It seems like you have a lot to do if even an HR manual you don’t have.
You need to have a project charter to put all your idea in it and identify, your stakeholders, and guideline on how about your going to do process map & Hr manual.
Seriously you cannot HR process Mapping if you don’t have an HR Manual. This site provides a lot of HR Policies and manual search choose one and send me a copy so I can help you map process.
However please note you just cant take copies of HR manuals from other organization and make it your own you need to take the general idea create one that works for your organsiation and your country labour law, get it approved by your organization management. Then you can do the process mapping
17th September 2010 From Oman, Muscat
I AM MR.KIRIT PRAJAPATI ,RECENTALY PASSED MBA-HUMAN RESORCES FROM IMA AHMEDABAD THROUGH DISTANCE LEARNING COURSE. PRESENTLY I AM WORKING AS REGIONAL SALES MANAGER ., IN PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY., I AM HAVEING TOTAL 14 YEARS FIELD EXPERIENCE IN SALES & MARKETING .,SINCE LAST 10 YEARS I AM WORKING AS MANERIAL POST., AS I LIKE HR FIELD & WANTED TO GROW INTHIS FIELD .PLEASE GUIDE ME. AS I WANTED TO JOIN HR FIELD.
17th September 2010 From India, Pune
I do not agree that you need an HR Manual. It is preferred but not essential. Ideally you should have all your policies in place before documenting your processes but I am in a start-up company and doing both at once. First of all, identify all the functions that you perform and list them. Then identify all the steps - some of these will be tasks and some of them will be sub-processes. Then you can identify the links between the processes. From this, you can see what the framework should be and set up a numbering system to identify each process and task. Then you can start documenting them. Good luck!
19th September 2010 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
I have followed the differing view points expressed in response to your post. This arises as we are not very clear about your query. Normally, a process map is for a particular organisation. Organisations in an industry can be using slightly different process steps and, thus, the process charts would be different.
Kindly, for us to guide you better, clearly state the aim and objectives of your project.
Have a nice day.
19th September 2010 From United Kingdom
Sorry but I do not quite agree with you. Actually to be able to map your process you need a basis for it before you actually map it. Your HR Manual is considered an approved document that helps guide your organization in keeping its business aligned. In my experience mapping of process is done in the following manner.
•Ensure that you have an approved hr manual or document.
•Extract the process with in
•Define these processes in respect of ownership, documents involved, line/ chain of approval, time frame
•Once you have done all the above processes then you create a flow chart which acts as a visual document of the processes you have mapped.
19th September 2010 From Oman, Muscat
I have an HR manual but i want to make a project on Mapping HR processes of Complete broking/ financial industry. and the file is bulky so cannot attached herewith and am aware about the HR process and the complete broking procedure and processes.
Please guide me how to go about mapping for broking industry.
20th September 2010 From India, Mumbai