Dear Guys,
I have joined in a small manufacturing company, no HR dept till now, we are having software to salary and attendance (Biometric System - Finger Prints), and following leave 1 day per month,
Except the above nothing is there, while meeting with top management, asked about the orgn structure, overall VP is saying "is it an Indian Law to fix and work"
As per my experience, I am thinking that "better to writing in sand instead of writing in water" , In a new startup company definitely structure will change frequently. but am saying make a structure first and then change accordingly.
I want to know how to implement the HR dept (what is the first step to do) and how to educate the top people.
please reply me immediately.
Regards,
Saravanan

From India, Ambala
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Dear Mr. Saravanan
First of all make the programme in writing and move towards it step by step
First implement the Attendance system, by which arrive the Pay structure and salary accordingly.
Maintain all the records / educational certificate / experience certificate of all employees
Formulate your company's service certificate / appointment letter / confirmation letter / promotion policies /
Create your company's PF Registration / ESI Registration (If applicable)
Create Leave Rules for all the cadres of Staff (If ladies are appointed then accordingly make provision for Maternity Leave)
Create your own style of (180 or 360 degrees) Appraisal System as applicable to the company's policies.
You can create the system usage policy for misusing the company system.
If you start implementing one by one, then you will obviously have complete HR systems will come in line.
Wishing you all the Best
With warm regards
S. Bhaskar
9099024667

From India, Kumbakonam
Dear saravsist,
Even i also face same problem first thing i suggest u to be a leader. Because this is the opportunity u will never get elsewhere.
Consistently try to convince your management for implementation of new hr policies.
For your reference i am sending you recruitment to retirement process.
Best Luck

From India, Pune

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It would be better to start with a Hr Manual which will contain all thew hr policys of the organisations. Theen begin with each policys and you will find that every thing will frall in line.
From India, Calcutta
Hi All,
I am working in an FMCG company which i joined last year in sep 2010 as an Admin officer. Slowly i started getting some HR jobs like leave and attendance maintenance , budgeting for small things , maintaing joining formality record of employees. Now they are saying they don't believe in HR system better you join some other department. Basically i am a science graduate have no knowledge in this field . Recently i have joined PGDBA (HR) course in Symbiosis. Now please guide how to make my way in such condition there is no future here. How should i groom myself and turn up as HR professional . kindly tell me how to start ? what is the ranking in HR ? what to do now ? i have seen many CV in google all of company wants atleast 5 plus expierience for HR post . Now please guide how can i grow in such condition where there is no practicle knowledge !
Sona

From India, Pune
Dear, Please just search HR Department Startup. Information will be helpful for you. Regards, Robin
From Bangladesh, Dhaka

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