I have joined a company which deals into real estate with a strength of employee 35 which includes security and peons.
This is a newly developed HR Dept { I m the only employee in this dept } and I will have to start from the scratch to build the foundation.
Kindly advise what is the basic few steps to be taken care first to make the base .The attrition rate
is very high in this company so what best should i do besides taking a feedback frm employee via questionaire format.
Currectly have prepared Current employee list and attendance format .Please guide further.

From India, Mumbai
Hi Deepika,
You can start with following things:
1. Employee database
2. Salary and compensation
3. Policies (Leave, attendence, decipline, public holidays,IT policeis/security, reporting/lina management, etc)
4. Recruitment (Process of recruitment, sources, templates, etc)
As you mentioned attrition rate is high you can start with employee survey and study the same for solutions. Introduce employee benifits, fun activities, motivational trainings, etc.
Have an open forum with employees and management where people speak out their problems. This might be tricky so you can ask employee for ananomous feedback. this might not be perfect solution but you can come across some valid problems which can reduce attrition.
All the best

From India, Mumbai
Dear Deepika,
First you have to prepare hierarchy of each employee alongwith their Job & responsibilities. As a HR person you should have to prepare personal files of each & everyone which can include documents related to employee address, education,previous experience,family data,Medical reports etc. As your strength of employees is very small you meet personally to everyone & try to find out their interset, hobbies, interest in your company & vision towards life. For attrition rate you should have to analysis your company's initiatives, Management attitude/culture,past records of attrition cases, opportunities in your organisation & belief/interest of employees in company.

From India, Mumbai
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