Dear all,
i have join an Hospital as an H.R Manager and it is newly started hospital . the owner of the hospital dont want any legal issue hence forth he does not deduct P T , P.F, etc nothing but now as i have join every employee wants a joining letter and all the facilities . and when i spoke with my boss he said he will look in to future not now keep the issue pending . so what should i do?

From India, Pune
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Hi, Please the explain the what are the consequences need to be face if you are not paying the PF & PT. before going to explain the same give a mail of the same so that you will be in safe side.
From India, Hyderabad


Below are the List of HR activities- for a start-up. Kindly go through the same and do some RND on the below list and check what are the priorities.

Then arrange for a meeting with your boss and bring to his notice the importance to follow the procedures with the results, your company may benefit out of it. And still if he stays on his previous words, then inform him to be prepared for the drawbacks and the loss happening to the company for not following then particular procedures.

Employee Handbook (A document to be submitted to the new joinees)

a. Short introduction of the company (2 pages max)

b. Code of Conduct (3 pages)

i. attendance/ punctuality

ii. absence without notice

iii. telephone and internet use

iv. dress code

v. tobacco products

c. Leave and holidays (2 pages)

d. Performance Policy (1 Page)

e. Grievance Policy (1 Page)

f. Termination Policy (1 Page)

g. One page document for new joinees checklist (documents to be submitted)

2. Recruitment Process (documented) and workforce planning (A standard document for the management use)

a. Manpower Requisition

b. Standard Procedures of selection

c. Hierarchy of selection

d. Orientation and probation

e. Work Hours / Shift timings, breaks

f. Personnel Information

3. Induction Management (A standard Document for the management use)

a. A chart of organization hierarchy

b. A gist of HR Policies – attendance, leaves, performance, office conduct and codes

c. A gist of compensation and benefits

d. A gist of performance review

4.Employee Records (Files with the set of documents one for each employee)

a. Interview details with correspondence

b. Complete and latest CV of the employee

c. Interview records

d. A completed employee form including references

e. Educational certificates and sheets

f. Any other required documents

g. Medical Reports

h. Relocation details if any

i. Work permits and related documents

j. Employment related letters

5. Performance Management

a. Objective of the Performance Reviews

b. Performance goals and criteria for reviews

c. Performance Review Procedure

d. Performance Reviews schedule

e. Performance Reviews Hierarchy

f. Performance Development meetings

6. Compensation and Benefit managemen

a. General Benefits offered to the employees

b. Rewards – temporary and permanent

c. Payroll

7. Training Management

a. Need Assessment

b. General Training

c. Topical Training

d. Skill enhancement

e. Advancement of knowledge

8. Exit Process

a. Hand over

b. Exit Interview and forms

c. Contact information

From India, Mumbai

YOu have mentioned that the owner does not want any legal issues, please make him understand if you donot follow the above you will be under a big legal obligation as per labor act and may have to face issues in future.
From India, Hyderabad

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