Deputy Manager - Hr
17th December 2013 From India, Hyderabad
This is just a start for you so i would suggest you to clear all your norms of HR. Select any topic in a day and grab knowledge from citehr, google and many more. A long way to go. I can understand that employee strength is very less in your organisation so you have not enough work to do. You can make policies, circular in your own way. HR is a vast process like recruitment, hr polices, payroll, statutory compliance , performance appraisal, traning & development and So on. And it will take a long time to cover all this. So you are advised to get this things done and be go for some other job.
17th December 2013 From India, Mumbai
As many suggested, HR is a vast area and there are lots and lots could be implemented. How come a HR says he doesnt have anything to do nor blank then and there. First of all know your industry and fo a need analysis and derive a schedule for you. You will get plenty of knowledge while doing it alone, any mistake is also fine, go thru the process. Before that have a budget approved for HR expense and give your best. Try to set up policies and guidelines for your company and figure out a person who could help you out. If you manage to do a bit there, yes the knowledge what you acquired will be with you forever.
In a start up company, there are wide scope of dealing with government officials, policy making, system implementation, even employee relations and many more. So get to all the functions of HR and try to implement one by one. Am sure 24 hrs will be enough for you and you will have the highest satisfaction. If you quit, same circumstance will arise anytime, so you have taken it up, do something and move out of the company.
17th December 2013
Very important task is forming system in your area. just make a deep study of your company process and at all with documentation (which helps you to future proceed) and make approve it from your boss. These type of activities make you busy and improve you as a master. just try it. you can win in your own area.
\"Don\'f forget once you create a platform, everybody should walk on it. But making platform is small hard\"
19th December 2013 From India, Kolkata