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Hello,
Kindly guide me to set up the HR Department, its rules & regulations, policies for a newly formed comapny. here the employees strength is also not more than 20. i also need the format for appointment letter & the calculation for salary breakup.

From India, Noida
Hi Sushmita,
for strength less than 20 its option for you to register in pf or esic but it depends on under which act your establishment registered? (i.e. factories or shop & establishment).
Further you need to maintain format of
Appointment letter, Exit formalities & policies, IT policy, Time office policy, Training policy, Expense policy, Recruitment policy, LTA policy etc.
Calculation of CTC - It should be more than minimum wages rate of your company registered under which zone & type?
Regards,
bittu

From India, Nagpur
Dear HR Sushmita B,
Setting up HR department of new factory or new establishment is a job of an expert. Initially so many things are to be taken care of. Unless you have thorough knowledge of all labour laws applicable to your kind of industry, you can not handle this portfolio. You need to at-least hire services of any professional like me who can give you a support.
It is advisable to look for such professional locally. You seems to be from Noida and I am operating from Mumbai. Still you can take a support from me over the telephone, email, Skye etc. after reading my various posts on this forum numbering about 2200. Of course with commercial terms.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Sushmita, We are into H.R retainer-ship. Can you please let us know in which city you are working. You can contact us at 022-40132244. Regards Kiran
From India, Mumbai
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