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Semwalbharti
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Hello all,
I have recently joined this organization which is an international financial broking house.This is a UK based co. My responsibility here is to take care of the offices in Central South Asia . So how do i go about setting up things. they never had any HR dept. in the co. before. this co. in India commenced in the year 2012.in mumbai i hv an employee stregnth of 15 ppl.
I need a help with following.
1. Offer Letter
2. Appointment Letter
3. Confirmation Letter
4. Warning Letter on Performance basis
5. Warning Letter on the basis of absenteeism
6. Termination Letter
7. Exit interview questions
8. Increment Letter
Please someone help me with this. its urgent as i need to show all this to m CEO at HO in UK by this Friday - 23-May-2014.

From India, Mumbai
Hello,
The details as required by you are the 1st step while setting up a HR department.
I suggest there are loads and loads of information available on formats for these letters on citehr and google.
You take some time out get these data from internet and modify basic details like the salary components, any specific things that company needs to mention other than the already mentioned points and customize it. This will not only be useful for the company but as a HR professional will be a learning for you as well during modifications and selections of format you too will get a lot to learn.
Hope this is useful.
Regards
Namita

From India, Pune
Thanks namita. That's wat I am doing as of now. Going thru different docs on citehr and Google. I must say the developer of this website has done an amazing job by creating this platform whr ideas n experience can be shred and even ppl r extending help to the needy ones.
From India, Mumbai
Hi Bharti,
Wishing the very best for your new assignment - setting up HR Department. It is quite wise to begin with letters, policies etc.
As the fellow citehr contributor suggested, you can find 100s of formats and policies here itself.
At the same time, how much time you can spend on this activity is the crux of the matter.
Hope you have not hired more folks in HR as you are setting up the structure. So to make your life simple, you need to plan first - tasks for the next 3 months and come up with a resource plan. You can use a spreadsheet for this or may be some app in your mobile or tab.
Try to focus on the core tasks, automate wherever possible without much capital expenditure, delegate some tasks to trusted colleagues etc.

From India, Bangalore
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