Jeevarathnam
Sr. Manager Hr/admin
Arjun.thakur
Administration (facilities & Support
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Asso.prof.(commerce & Management) Pg

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Hi Professionals, My Name is sandhya I Am new to IT recruiter job tell me what are the role and responsibilities i have to take care or i have to do?
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Hi Ms. Sandhya
As per the assignment to the IT recruitment you may have to follow the below responsibilities.
A) Keep track of the list of the requests received, JD's of all the Manpower Request. Date of the request received, date to be closed & the actual date of closing.
B) List of the profiles received, Those profiles should be recorded in respect with qualification, experience, skills etc. to track the resumes easily.
C) You may even record how the profiles has been received.
D) Record of number of calls made to the candidate/client and should note the discussion happened.
ad others as required by the organisation
how to calculate PF and PT chould you please send me the clear Excel Sheet
How to calculate PF and PT chould plesae send me the clear Excel Sheet
You are asking to process or to learn things?
You can calculate PT on below calculation.
If gross salary is below 10000 then no PT.
If gross is between 10,000-14,999 then 150/-
If gross is 15,000/- and above then 200/-
PF calculation varies from company to company based on the policy.
I can share some information to calculate
If Basic+DA is less than or equal to 6500/- then 12% on Basic & DA from employee side and 13.61% from Employer
I agree with Jeevarathnam sir related to calculation of PF but would like to inform you that there is difference slab of PT state wise as far as gujarat state, PT calculation is as below..Ms Sandhya u check it as per your state.
Earn Gross (Salary & Wages) :-
Gross = Ptex
0 to 6000 = 0
6001 to 9000 = 80
9001 to 12000 = 150
12001 above = 200
Could You Please Send Me The Clear Excel Sheet So That I can Easily Understand
Hi
Actually i completed my B.SC (biotechnology) but I'am currently working as It Recruiter in Consultancy Company now I'am thinking to do MBA in Hr is it Possible OR Give me Your Valuable Suggestions
Hi Tell me what type of suggestions you are looking? The possibility of pursuing higher studies is left to you. Only thing is you should work hard.
Hi Sandhya.G.

Welcome to HR domain. It's necessary you have to seek every materials related to your profession and gain knowledge day after day. Every minute is a learning opportunity and keep learning always. As a fresher in recruiting you have to first learn about the practices, channels etc. followed in your establishment. Master all formats of documentation. Seek guidance from your seniors and colleagues. Try to avoid what mistakes others committed in the past. Know your organisation, its growth plan & scheduling them, requirements & essentials, types of personnel needed and where to approach, Problems being faced with attrition, present scenario, future expectations from you, what you can deliver & what you cannot and so on. Responsibilities differ from post to post. Nevertheless no one will prevent you learning things more and more. And above all you should have indepth knowledge of Labour Laws, statutory documents, stipulations etc. Of course it's a long drawn process and you have to start right away.



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