Sr. Manager Hr/admin
Head - Human Resources
General Manager-hr & Admin
I am workign a sHR admin in London and have recently joined this post. Previously I was working as recruiter. Here my job duties also involve recruitment and hence have to get client accounts for the company. Please guide me through how I can approach client. The nature of the organization is IT& Telecom. W e are bascially a recruite outsourcing candidates to our clients. Please advice with your experience.
18th September 2014 From United Kingdom, London
Please do not plan anything before even analyzing or assessing the present situation of your company. Once you join start preparing an ASIS Report. As your company's strength is 70, you can meet all the teams and speak with them and try to probe and collect their concerns. Speak with your management or your manager and get to know what are your limitations. There should be some policies implemented already, check whether the employees has anything to comment on that. Once your compile the report and the situation in your company, you would be able to prioritize the course of action.
19th September 2014 From India, Bangalore
When you were interviewed for this job, did they ask you ANY questions about your knowledge of HR, and ability to do the job??
Once again, I fail to understand how people get jobs that they know nothing about!
I would love to work in HR. I know nothing about HR. Anyone out there prepared to give me a job??
20th September 2014 From Australia, Melbourne
Just apply simple logics. HR is not a rocket science to require expertize.
Try to write down - Who are your customers, What they expect from you (as a HR), What are the critical factors to make them satisfied.
Now prepare your action plan to achieve those critical factors.
Do PDCA every time.
2nd October 2014 From India, Pune
IMHO, always better to know and learn about what exists at present first.
@Aussiejohn - we are like that only :-) Seriously, I think Samidha is just gathering different inputs. Those who hired her obviously saw possibilities else they won't take the risk....
2nd October 2014 From United States, New York
You need prepare the following
1. Employee policy
2. HR policy - you find my postings in this cite itself.
3. Internet and computer policy
4. Model Standing Order
5. Leave policy ( this varies from company to company)
Normally there are seven causal leaves, five sick leaves and 15 privilege/earned leaves
6. Maintaining of time office
7. Employees movement Registers
8. Al statutory records of HR Dept, like Adult Register,Leave Register,Bonus Register, Accident Register (in case it is a manufacturing company), Attendance Register and Muster Roll to be maintained for disbursement of salaries.
9. Maintainable check lists ( In case Administration comes under HR)
10. Transport Desk Management
11. Caftera/Canteen Management
16th October 2014 From India, Bangalore