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Gopinath Varahamurthi
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Dear Seniors I have to frame standard government approved HR policy for my company. It's an IT firm in please help me in drafting the policy.what are the terms i should include
according to the government Standard HR policy.

From India, Chennai
As per my knowledge there is no any standard govt approved HR policies. All HR policies are drafted for company only.
But there are few rules/acts from govt. those are as below
Minimum wages act
leave with wages act
Equal remuneration act
Gratuity Act
Factories act

From India, Bangalore
Please refer the thread you will find the HR Policy, also research Employee Handbook you will get many threads which can be referred and you can amend as per your need.
From India, Ahmadabad
Government does not interfere in framing HR policy of any private organisation. That simply expect a company to follow the broad guidelines provided in the labour and employment Acts and rules framed there under. Of course, you will have to get the Standing instructions certified by the competent authority of the concerned state, as the company might have jotted down after due negotiation with and acceptance by the employees union.
From India, Delhi
You can check with Labour dept on Draft standing orders for your industry. They will provide you. You can use them as skeleton and frame policies as per the requirements.
From India, Hyderabad
dear friend,
the hr policy should contain, equal rights of work, office timings, dress code, disciplinary proceedings, usage of internet for official/personal, outside activities, company terms of employment, confidentiality, technology, joining process, leave rules, maternity leave, working hours, weekly off, late arrival,house keeping, smoking, employee development, motivation, employee promotion, resignation, training and development, unauthorised absence, travel expenses etc.,

From India, Arcot
Thanks everyone for your guidance and providing me right direction.My doubts are clear now.The above suggestions will help me a lot in framing the HR Policy for my company.
From India, Chennai
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