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Dear All What all are the required functions to be performed in Oil field.... Pls give sample accounting required in HR Department Thanks Liz
From Australia, Adelaide
Liz,
HR in my idea would almost be the same irrespective of the industry.What type of accounting are you referring to.Please do explain so that i can try to find solutions for you.I am also interested in starting an HR group in Dubai.If interested do contact me at 050-3213805.

From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Hello Jayas
As in an interview by a consultancy they asked me if I know accounting, so I was wondering why an HR Executive requires accounting
yes sure we can start a forum in Dubai Jayas
but can you explain me the Hay evaluation method in compensation plan how can it be conducted
thanks
liz

From Australia, Adelaide
Jayas
Can you tell me what all an HR Executive should know in Dubai I mean in UAE,
see I am thorough with uae labour laws,visas everything is said in eform,then I have performed system orinted Performance Appraisal,
but in a company they asked me to give suggestions for Performance Appriasal and ways to improve it
What should I do?
liz

From Australia, Adelaide
Performance Appraisal can be effectively done only if job analysis is done and job descriptions are given for all jobs.You can say that you have constant interaction with the employee and the supervisor to find out the training requirements and arrange training programs to improve his skill.The employee should also know what the company expects to him to do...and with job description in place before the recruitment we can make sure the employee matches almost all requirements for the job.
And with regard to accounting... i believe that they were looking for a person to handle payroll also...in many companies...HR does all the necessary calculations for PF etc.( in india), leave balance,final settlement calculation and monthly attendance advise.
I think you can get more info from this forum itself.

From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Thanks Jayas
it was indeed a great advise
I am also on the study for improving my HR skills so that I can match all their requirements
yes sure I have collected lots of information from this forum and its the best HR site I have come through
but answer my one more query which I was not able to locate in this forum it is
HRMS actually I have no hands on experience in HRMS or HRIS, but still I have handled payroll for about 2000 employees where I was previously working as HR Executive but it was internally developed payroll package
but when I attended one interview they said they prefer someone with experience in HRIS, but I think all are the same
they asked me to specify the job codifications in HRIS
but I think like the one I did it also has Forms, employee code,employee id and just to make entries but i used to make entries for temp staff outside the system, but is it so in HRIS what is the job codifications in HRIS

From Australia, Adelaide
Liz i didn't really understand what they meant by job codifications....

See in many companies...all jobs are tied to a job description.Then these jobs are classified technical or non technical and thereafter graded.All grades would have a different base pay structure...with min..mid and max.The jobs are also identified using codes called job codes....and we can see this in Dictionary of Occupational Titles....

As far as HRIS is concerned i feel that all are not the same...most of the HR packages are customised to meet the administrative practices of the industry....In some cases the HR module would be stand alone and would generate reports for the Finance....In our system it is connected to finance dept..and hence no need for making reports ...it is all automatic...the data we enter go on to make the final pay slip at the end of the month..

If you haven't understood my explanations...call me...otherwise....wait...i am sure someone else in this forum...would be able to clear your doubts.

Wishing you a very happy Christmas and New year.

From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
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