Ed Llarena, Jr.
Owner/ Managing Partner
Senior Services Manager
Nitesh K Sharma
1.First of all know the rules and regulations of the company by asking all the complete picture of the organisation from top level management.
2.Involve each and every aspect of the system .
3.Move closely with the HOD"S in a requesting way.
4.Find fault and solutions for the smooth running of the business with out any arguments with the people.
28th February 2016 From India, Visakhapatnam
First thing you have got to do is meet the HODs and directors/owner etc and explain the importance of having a system in place.Subtly mention the legal problems which can crop up,economic losses,confusion and haphazard working of the administrative system which will eventually affect the bottom line.
Set up a biometric attendance system.
Leave policy as per the state laws and industry norms.
Induction and exit of employees.
Both are vital for the company.New joinee should be given a welcome and soothing settling down period ,while exits should be professional and exiting employee should leave with good feeling.
Set up a system of performance appraisal which is of industry standard.
Most importantly you as HR need to win the confidence of HODs as your moves will create change and change is always resisted,till affected people see the need and benefits of change.
Proceed step by step,prioritisation of steps is vital.
Best of luck.
You will become a seasoned HR professional by the time you bring these changes and then the company itself will see benefits and embrace change wholeheartedly.
28th February 2016 From India, Pune
28th February 2016 From India, Chennai
Setting up an HR System in a company with "almost nothing" is very challenging, esp if the HR manager is not so experienced on all the facets of HR management. You may need professional help to develop and set up good systems, policies, and procedures.
But you can start with:
1. Writing of the Employee Handbook and Code of Ethics/ Discipline
The handbook must be able to provide details on the company's Conditions of Employment.
2. Write/ Develop an HR Policy Manual that covers the 11 critical policy areas, namely:
a) Recruitment & Selection Policy
b) Compensation Policy
c) Payroll, Timekeeping, and OT Policy
d) Benefits Policy
f) Training and Career Development Policy
g) Personnel Movement/ Transfer Policy
h) Employee Relations/ CBA Negotiations Policy
i) Performance Management Policy
j) HRIS Management Policy
k) Discipline Handling Policy
l) Retirement & Separation Policy
My company helps business organizations write the above policy manuals at very affordable and competitive costs.
16th March 2016 From Philippines, Parañaque
1. Number of employees
2. Management style ( Eg:- Family business, growth driven, profit driven etc.)
3. What are the real challenges of the company ( Manpower, Sales or Cash flow)
4. Whom you report
16th March 2016 From India, Bangalore
Please have your valuable inputs.
17th March 2016 From India, Pune