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Human Resource Managemant
Please start your own Draft HR Manual.
Please list out the requirement, i.e., Objectives, Purpose, Foreword, Staffing, Appointment, Probation and Permanent, Cadre system, Promotion and criteria for promotion, and career growth channel, Appraisal system and type to be adopted, Training (in house and outside training) needs, Salary structure, Working hours.
Action to be taken during Resignation, Retirement, Termination and removal from service.
Disciplinary cases and how to handle, What are the Minor punishment and Major punishment and in what circumstances it can be given. When and how to take Administrative action or disciplinary action against any defaulters.
Like that within 5 minutes I can think and write a small note in above categories, you can create your own by sitting peacefully and develop.
In case of any correction / Addition / Deletion / Modification you can ask, where you can get help.
If you are asking from the very beginning, then It will be difficult for everyone to reply.
I would like to narrate a small story in this aspect.
"In a class a teacher brought an egg and instructed the students to watch how the baby comes out of the egg by breaking the egg. The egg started crackling and the teacher told the students to watch and no one will touch, and he went out to attend some other work.
In the mean time the baby was trying to come out of egg, for which it was struggling. A student with soft nature seen that the baby bird was struggling, Hence, he just broke the shell of egg and released the baby bird from the egg.
When days passed, the bird was unable to fly. The teacher got some doubt and asked the students, while the baby bird came out of egg, did anybody helped the bird. Immediately a boy stood and told that he only helped the bird.
The teacher got upset and told the students that the boy who helped the bird was not real help, instead he has spoilt the entire life of the bird. Because if the bird came on its own, its wing will be light and the body will have the weight. But due to the so called help done by the student, the bird's body and wings also got weight. So it cannot fly in its life time."
Here I would like to say you one thing that you should not ask help from the beginning stage itself. You try your level best. Wherever you face problem and struck up there you seek help from others. The others may be your assistants, no matter whoever it may be. Never underestimate your subordinates. The talents may be available everywhere.
Wishing you all the best
With warm regards
2nd January 2011 From India, Kumbakonam
As suggested by Mr. Bhaskar, you may add the following also and elaborate appropriately:
Values of your company
Fair Employment practice
Congenial work place
Customers and fair competition
Conflicts of Interest
Entertainment / Gift Policy
Protecting company assets
Confidential information / intellectual property
Use of company’s property
Health and Safety
Protecting the environment
Security Policy of the company
Data Protection & Prevention of unauthorized access
Code of Conduct
Act of Indiscipline
Administration of the Code
You may also add all Welfare Policies of the company as part of the Manual.
All the best,
2nd January 2011 From India, Jaipur
Please follow the guidance Bhaskar have shared. In addition to that, here's few more suggestion as you work along on this project.
- You may consider using the 'research' tab to find the HR Manuals shared in this community.
- You may visit the CiteHR New Member's group that shares every document you may require. But, they are your point of reference.
- You need to design one that is fitting to your organization. Hence, make notes of what is applicable to your org as you read them.
- You need to read the manuals maintained by the competitors in your sectors.
2nd January 2011 From India, Mumbai
There is a ton of stuff here already on CiteHR about HR Manuals that has been posted by other members.
This same question gets asked at least 2 or 3 times every week! Talk about reinventing wheels all the time.
If you are a new member then please allow me to offer you some advice.
Almost everything you want to know about HR is already here. Just use the Download Search Box at the top of the page and a wealth of material will be yours for the asking.
Welcome to the community.
3rd January 2011 From Australia, Melbourne
Please take guidance from Mr. Gopal's input and go ahead. You will have to have a self confidence that you can make a wonderful wholistic HR manual, and further you proceed with your act.
All the best.
With warm regards
3rd January 2011 From India, Kumbakonam
It is always better to draft one from the scratch. Keep the past performances and failures in mind and think of ahead (future) requirements to. Keep the laws in mind always. Get a team of few enthusiastic persons and divide the job. You just lead them. Work in complete coordination. Bit by Bit it will come up and you will know what to do in case of any exigencies arrives later on.
Just start putting two and two together. You will come up with a nice piece of your own Manual, of which you will be proud of.
3rd January 2011 From India, Chandigarh
Follow the guidelines and suggestions given by Mr. Bhaskar and Mr. Surendra. Convert the word "Impossible' to "I'm possible". HR people should always believe in making things possible and happening. That is why they are getting paid.
All the best,
4th January 2011 From India, Jaipur
Now you got plenty of inputs from all the HRites.
Please take three days to prepare your company's own HR Manual.
Put a draft to Mr. Surendra and KS Gopal, and request them to make any addition/deletion/modification.
Obviously without any hesitation they will help you.
I cannot help you in this aspect. Because I do not know anything about HR Manual.
Then put up the same to your Management and take approval. In case of any further addition required you can do these as policy letters in due course as and when required.
With warm regards
6th January 2011 From India, Kumbakonam
As seen all of your comments and asking for the points to be in HR Manual, i am hereby attaching a list of the points which are must to be there in one HR Manual.
Hope it would be usefull for you all... cheeeeeeers...
6th June 2011 From India, Bangalore
If you need samples, please use the reSearch Box at the top of every page here at CiteHR. As I said in an earlier post, there is a ton of stuff already posted here on Cite by other members.
This question is asked repeatedly many times every week and we keep telling people it is all here already.
CiteHR is a great resource, please make use of it.
13th August 2012 From Australia, Melbourne