Pranshi_agrawal
Human Resource
Nehapargaonkar
Hr Executive
NK SUNDARAM
Soft Skill Trainer / Hr Consultant - India
Singhjyoti17
Asst Manager-hr
Honey.raju
Hr Coordinator
+3 Others

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Dear Seniors,
I would like to hear your suggestions on the below mentioned experience that i had,
I have an year of experience as HR executive, now i got appointed as HR manager, its been couple of months since i have started working as HR manager, i have come up with lots of initiatives that has been appreciated by my Boss but at some times finding hard to take care of the job responsibilities. At a few time getting demotivated by my Boss itself, that really brings me down.
They are expecting even lot from me, can you please suggest how to handle the employee grievance, performance appraisal, even more on how to avoid terminating employees
Awaiting for your early reply
Thanks in advance
Honey

From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Grievance Handling -
1. Skip level meetings
2. Complaint / Suggestion boxes in the work areas (Red - To be addressed without delay, Orange - To be addressed in a short period, Green - Compliments)
3. Help line number
4. Compliant register - such that grievances can be diverted to the respective departments
5. Create awareness and freedom that, employees can reach you for any sort of work related issues
Performance Appraisal - You should first decide the tool which one is appropriate to your organization. Thanks!
Bharath

From India, Madras
Hi Raju,

I was Head of HR cum Sr DGM, when I retired from one of L&T's business units. For almost ten years I was handling whole operation single handedly. In case you dont get proper assistance or support from management side to help you tackle the whole lot of issues (like in my case, which was so for ten long years), better organise your things. Your organising your responsibilities should be in a sequence such as assignments which are time bound, deadline oriented, and also the frequency based work. Some responsibilities may recur daily, some weekly and some monthly. If you can properly slot these assignments in a large annual planner you can tackle the assignment smoothly. Believe me, it will work just fine. Also, when you do such work on a daily basis, allocate some extra time in your scheduling to meet unepected emergencies.

For instance, performance appraisal is annual and depending upon the annual cycle, you can take action just one month before the cycle starts. Similarly, in your daily schedule you allocate time for issuing appointment letters, and other staff admin related activities.

You will find, over a period of time, that you have still time left for pursuing other personal work and other commitments.

All the best

From India
Thanks friends for your feedback.
A lot more one can do, if proper scheduling or prioritizing of your activities are carried out. Everybody has only 24 hours in their watch but then much depends upon how you utilise it effectively.
If you can make four quadrants and designate each quadrant as Important, Urgent, Not Important and Not Urgent. If you keep sorting your tasks, assignments and responsibilities, over a period of time, you can master the art of working efficiently and effectively.
Best wishes

From India
thanks a lot Sundaram Sir, Will keep you posted the doubts, as well as will be waiting for your suggestions too ones more thanks for your valuable suggestions and guidelines. thanks in advance Honey
From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Dear Sundaram Sir,
Greetings to you..... Am a fresher, presently working in a BPO (non-voice) company as a Asst.HR manager since 4 months. It is a start-up company n all HR activities are un-organised.Am working like a one man in the army,where am the only person in the HR department. Here nobody is their to guide me.Am feeling like am not getting any sort of exposure to learn about the payslip,PF,ESI...etc. as we are paying the salary to employees through cash in hand which does not include PF & ESI.
Here am handling Recruitment,Payroll,attendance & General office works.Am so panic that, when i go to other companies in future they will question me about many HR activities...which i dont know.So please let me know the better way to learn the things using Net. Pls do the neeedfull.Am wating
Regards,
Krupa,Mysore

From India
As Krupa said, i am also facing the same problem in this company. Sundaram sir Can you please suggest a better way to learn HR activities through online.
From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Dear Sundaram sir,
thank you very much for useful guidance.
@krupa & Raju- what is size of organisation?bcz as per rule company whichever have min 20 employees has to get register for EPF & ESIC and have to contribute of both compliances.
If your company fullfill this you should suggest your employer to go for it,if you violating these statuary compliances ,in that case company has to pay for it.

From India, Pune
Hi everybody !

Thanks for your posting which concern your knowledge relating to HR activities. A while ago, I did a posting relating to a course which I am conducting viz. Advanced Diploma in HR Management (ADHRM).

Anyway, I am repeating it here. This is basically for those who are in HR or MSW roles but do not have any knowledge or information about HR activities. This course compresses of six modules. This is conducted online and every week one module will be posted to your email ID. After studying you will have to answer the questions at the end of the modules.

If your answers are satisfactory, next module will be mailed to you. At the end of six modules, we will send you a certificate to the effect that you have successfully completed the course. Since I have been receiving this kind of query, I decided to start this facility for those who cannot spare five full days for the same course to be conducted in one location. The same programme can also be conducted in five full working days - morning to evening in any location. But for that i require at least 15 participants in any city.

Am attaching herewith the course content for online course. If interested, please send an email to me.

Best wishes

From India

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Hiiiiii raju,
Hope you are doing good. Actually i was answered by our seniors to my queris in this site. So you please enter the your queries in the research box which is in the top of this page. You can get the answers for all most all the queries, which is been already answered by our seniors & HR professionals. If you know any HR's who are working in the companies you can contact them for more details. It's gonna be helpful. If you dont get any answer you can post your queries here. Our kind hearted seniors are their to help us.
Regards,
Krupa, Mysore

From India

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