Hello Respected Seniors
I have join as HR executive in gold industry in this week only and i m the only HR here so have to make all hr policies from a to z. Strength of organization is around 50. i know about recruitment cycle and all its format as i have experience of it.
i mainly want to know about leave policy, working hours, Induction , grievance handling, career path, laws which must be take care of, etc
please help me

From India, Surat

Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill Specialist
Mr Waqarshaik, Have you tried in Cite HR. Please see the HR Policies in the columns along side this posting. You can try in Cite HR as detailed in the attachment. GOOD LUCK, V.Raghunathan
From India

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Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill Specialist
Dear Mr Waqar Shaikh,
A gold industry is by itself not fully described.
Is it
1.0 Gold Ornament making,
2.0 Recovery of Gold from metal scrap.
3.0 Making Gold alloys.
4.0 Manufacturing certain specific components etc.
The options as per me are
A) Learn from a competitor industry
B) Develop rapport with Factory Inspector and learn from him.

From India
Dear Wakarshaik,
Gold industry is covered under The Industries (Development and Regulation) Act, 1951. I have attached a copy of the act for your reference. Please go through the act and take appropriate advice from industry experts.

From India, Vijayawada

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Workplace Assessment and Training
There is a ton of stuff already posted here about HR policies and anything else you need to know.
Please use the Find Information box at the top of every page here at CiteHR.
This question is asked many times every single week - even though the answers are already here posted by other members over the last few years.
Whilst there may be some special things relating to the Gold Industry, most HR stuff is routine and common to most industries and organisations.
I would suggest you research Gold industry companies in your area, make contact with the HR staff, and seek their assistance with particular industry questions relating to your new position.

From Australia, Melbourne

HR Professional
Dear Waqarshaikh,

I have recently come across a booklet which is released by the people of IIMT Studies – a distance learning management school; which is compendium of HR Practices and this would be required for any beginner in an organization not only to know what kind of formats, systems and policies exists in an organization. It will be very handy and can be used as ready reckoner kind of a document. It consists of following contents:

Track of Contents of the Booklet

General Profile of HR

1. What is HR

2. HR as a Business Head

3. Growth Chart of HR & Possible Positions

4. Structure of an organization

5. Key role & Functions linked with HR – HR Strategy, HR Role in Recession, Generic HR Functions

6. HR professionals – Micro Management

7. HR Managers’ Job responsibilities

8. HR – Admin Profiles

9. Designations in organizations and Grades

10. Grade System

11. Individual Role & Responsibilities

12. Job Responsibilities v/s Role description

Talent and Acquisition

1. Talent and Acquisition

2. Talent Management Perspective

3. Succession Planning

4. Talent Planning & Management

5. Recruitment and Selection Process

6. Mistakes of Interview – Learn HR Professionals’(Common Answers)

7. Induction – Flow Chart, Program, Check-list, Training

8. Appointment Letters

HR Operations

1. HR Manual

2. Payroll

3. Salaries

4. Employee Turnover

5. Employee Retention

6. HR Analytics – Attrition

7. Exit Interview/ Formalities

8. Termination – Flow Chart, Contract Letter

9. Various Formats of Letters

Organizational Development

1. Major families of OD Intervention

2. Degree Appraisals/ Performance Appraisals

3. Dictionary of Capability, Attributes & Behavioral Statements

4. HR Balance Score Card

5. Performance Appraisal Form

6. Promotion

7. Employee Poor Performance

8. Training Feed-back Form

9. Current HR Issues & Skills required for HR Managers

10. Survey on HR Practices

11. HR Quest – HR Role Expectancy Survey

12. HR Audit

Employee Recognition

1. Story of Appreciation

2. Reward and Recognition Policy/ Scheme

3. Certificate of Achievement

4. Chat with GOD

5. Top 5 Must Read Books for Business Leaders

6. A Note of Gratitude from Management

This booklet consist of more than 350 pages and in case you are interested to get this, I will share with you the related email from them and their link. You can send me a test mail on my email



From India, Delhi
Ejoh Anthonia
HR analyst
Hello Parashar,
I like the content of this booklet. I am a new HR trainee looking to learn and input greatly to the HR operations of my company( its a new company less than 5 years old). I will like to have this book and any other material that can jump start me in this career part.
Thank you

From Nigeria, Lagos

Hi Waqar, Please find attached document. Let me know if I can help you in anyways.
From India, Pune

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Raj Kumar Hansdah

Dear Monica Pl. check the document you have attached. It seems to be your CV. Warm regards.
From India, Delhi
Hello Parashar,
I like the content of this booklet. I am a new HR trainee looking to learn and input greatly to the HR operations of my company I will like to have this book and any other material that can jump start me in this career part. my email is
Thank you
attribution https://www.citehr.com/464024-help-n...#ixzz31F2TcVZC

From India, Pune
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