Industrial Relations And Labour Laws
Siba Mishra
Indian Oiltanking Limited
Hr Executive
Senior Manager Hr
+2 Others

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Hiii every one......
I am Naresh, recently i completed my MBA Human resources, and am a fresher and i got a job in a company which is into manufacturing pharmaceutical products, intermediaries in to personnel department at the entry level.
I am in a dilemma whether to join or not...
Is this a nice opportunity for a fresher to start with who wants to make a career in HR
I want seniors to suggest me on this...
Thanks and Regards

From India, Hyderabad
The core of HR functions starts from Personnel Department only. This is because it is from Personnel department that you will be able to learn statutory compliance, wage and compensation management, negotiations and trade union relations etc. That department will give you an exposure which is entirely different from your class room learning. Since an HR man is not competent without exposure to Labour laws and industrial relation practice, it is always good to get into Personnel Department. Once you get knowledge about pay fixation, statutory compliance, filing of returns etc, you can use it even when you have climbed the higher ladders of HR profession. On the other hand, if you confine yourself in recruitment and other softsides of HR, you may find it difficult to face the real problems especially when you become the head of HR and when you are asked to deal with trade union leaders who are better informed of the rights of employees and the changes being taken place in labour laws.



From India, Kannur
Not every one is lucky to get an opportunity and to get corporate exposure in the first place and specially getting job in Man.Industry will help you to learn more on Statutory compliance, Comp & Ben, handling grievance, issues related to unions, labour welfare & safety etc... which is the key for learning core HR
so dont miss this opportunity.. All the best for your exciting career ahead...

From India, Chennai
Dear Mr Naresh, U got the beautiful opportunity to place yourself in personnel dept at the initial stage of your career. So you can learn core HR especially stautory compliance, minimum wages, compensation and benifits, legal compliance audit and trade unions grievance.
All the best for your future.
Manager HR

From India, Hyderabad
Hi All,
I am also Naresh i too joined personnel department as a fresher after completing my MBA in a manufacturing unit i have been designated as a Labour Welfare Officer here, can any one suggest me any certification course which would be value added to continue my career in HR & IR.

From India, Hyderabad
Dear All.
I am Siba Mishra, i got a job in a company which is into construction(IOTL), intermediaries in to IR & Admin. dept .
previously i am working with mining industry(FACOR) in personnel dept so my query is what is the difference between work culture and a construction company coming under factory act or any other.
I want seniors to suggest me on this...
Thanks and Regards

From India, New Delhi
I thank Madhu sir, coolheadtamil sir, and deepak sir for their valuable suggestions.... i have accepted the offer and my joining date would be in the first week of December..
Thanks all for ur valuable suggestions.

From India, Hyderabad
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