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Hi,
I m working in an IT company and i need to present a designation hierarchic for my company.
i am confused about the designation hierchy.. how doest it goes and the annual salary increment system or annual grading system.
Its a IT company and i'd be glad to have anything useful.
thanks already :)
2nd November 2010 From Nepal, Kathmandu
hmm about HR Grading Systems-Let me start with (HRM) Human resource management which is one of the cardinal principles of management that ensures coherent approach towards achieving the organizational goals for an organization. Human Resource or HR is an integral and indispensable part of every organization that wishes to achieve success in its organizational goals thereby working towards its growth and development.

Some of the important processes of human resource include hr grading system, workforce planning, recruitment, orientation, skill management, personnel administration, training and development, time management, payroll, employ benefit and performance appraisal to name a few.

While all the above functions form the basics of human resource management but it is the hr grading system that is the guide of any organization. While inducing prospective employees, it is extremely essential for the HR management of an organization to induct the best talent that comes with quality skill and performs the desired output. This helps in the growth and development of the organization as well as that of the employees. It is the job of an in house HR to look for talented people for job opportunities and staffing needs. Once the employees are successfully inducted, the employees are given salary and incentives as a way to impart financial security.
According to the hr grading system handbook, a professional HR organization of a company or industry follows quality gradation patterns to ensure both employee satisfaction where one provides quality output.

Whether an organization is looking forward to hire talented people or planning to promote an existing candidate, numerous factors decide the hr grading system.

The human resource grading system includes:

- Experience and skills required for a particular job
- Nature and range of duties
- Decision making ability
- Responsibility towards confidentiality
- Leadership skills

All these are some of the basic concepts that help in choosing the best employee for promotion with in-house survey or external recruitments. Human resource grading system forms the backbone of any organization that wishes to find success in achieving its organizational goals. Over the past few years, HR solution has undergone a complete sea change where to ensure smooth workflow; online HR management solutions ensure smooth analysis of candidates while maintaining a pool of database that delivers the best output. All these HR management software come with easy to use templates that can be used on customized basis in an effortless way. To find the best HR software, one should watch out from the best software that is thoroughly patented and comes with due certification for quality performance.

The use of such software makes human resource grading system even easier as with the click of the mouse, one can easily organize the large database and maintain employee records. A good HR department makes sure that all the needs of an organization as well as workers are duly met thereby offering best output to achieve the organizational goal. While looking for the best HR solution, one should look for quality HR software that comes handy in smooth administration of the internal affairs of an organization. Choose the best hr grading system and hire the best talent that helps you in achieving the organizational goals.
2nd November 2010 From India, Gurgaon
thanks you so much for your prompt response Anil :)
yes i understand that these aspects are much moreinprtant tin Human resources too.
What i have done is that i m trying to scratch down the designatin n its level n i need someone to help :)
CEO
Dy. CEO
COO, CTO, CAO, CFO
Dy. CXX
M1 Sr. Manager
M2 Manager
M3 Dy. Manager
M4 Asst. Manager
Sr. Officer
Officer
Asst Officer/ Trainee
Office Asst. (peon, office boy)
Im not sure if this is correct or not.. plese somment on this n i'd be glad :)
thanks already
Reetu
3rd November 2010 From Nepal, Kathmandu
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