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Sr. Manager Hr/admin
Ankita1001
Sr. Hr Executive @ Polymerupdate
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Hi,
I am into HR and as part of training I am initially asked to make the complete list of employee details of all the employees in my organization.I have to do that in excel.
Can someone please tell me what all extra I have to include while making the employee details apart from the basic details likeNAME, DOB, DISGNATION,ADDRESS, CONTACT NO: etc....
Regards
A New Hr

Hi Apart from that you shall get permanent address & correspondence address. Emergency contact details. Reference details, Blood group, PAN Number, Pass port number etc
The management wants to update the detail of the employees.It was almost a year that they have not updated, and so me being a new joinee they have asked me to update the details and also asked me to add more columns to get better details.
Regards

hi,
Myself Pramod.P. I am a fresher in HR and Marketing..If you don't mind can you share the experience to get job in HR .Looking forward to hear from you. I fed up with the consultancies please do me a favour by getting information on HR opportunities.
please find the attachment.
Regards,
Pramod.P


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Hey its ma suggestion that please put a software like hrm software and let the employee itself upload all the details i mean the complete details regarding the work and their skills so that u can use the resource correctly .this is the exp which i got from the 3 yrs as hr
Hi Pramod,
Checked your resume, I would suggest you reformat your CV in a way that communicates that you have abilitites to be an HR and which answers the question that a recruiter has - "Why should i place you in HR?"
Since you want to switch in HR, I would suggest, consider yourself as a recuiter and consider you are screening this CV. Ask yourself, are the qualities and experience mentioned enough to get him on board for HR? What skills are reqd and focus on dos skills on ur CV. That would help.
CV is an applicant's mode of communication, if your CV fails to tell what you want, you'd
not get any second chance. Do the talking and explain why HR precisely.

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