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Tajsateesh
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Dear all,
I want to make a HR policy in our school. Now the accountant is taking care of all. At present our school has more than 120 employees(including part time,hourly rate teachers,contract basis,temporary basis, permanent etc). What type of HR policy i have to make. School is comes under an educational trust. where should the HR department implemented. For school or for Trust?. Pls any body help me.
Santhosh

From India, Kottarakara
Hello Santhosh,
By & large, the HR policies would be the same as for any Educational Institution--except that you will need to tweak the policies a bit to suit YOUR Institution.
Coming to your query ['where should the HR department implemented--for school or for Trust?']--obviously for the School, since this is where the employees work. The Trust can start another Institution--where again the HR policies related to THAT Institution would need to be tailor-made & implemented.
This is akin to something like Tata Sons Ltd being the Holding Company of ALL the Tata Group Companies--yet each of the Group Companies have their own set of HR Policy Frameworks.
Hope you get the point.
All the Best.
Rgds,
TS

From India, Hyderabad
I Second Taj Sateesh, the trust can have number of institutions/Hospitals/Day Care etc. So since you have been appointed by the School you responsibility lies for implementing HR policies that of School only, until unless you have been asked to implement the HR policies for the entire group.
From India, Ahmadabad
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