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Hi friends,
I am Padma Harikrishnan from Chennai.. After a long career break post marriage and taking care of a 3 year old toddler, I am planning to revamp my HR career from next month.. I have joined a new company as a HRBP... I am very excited at the same time nervous since I am gonna start afresh after a long break.. Hopefully u guys would help me in my new journey...
Since its a new company, I need to frame HR policies from the scratch.. Can anybody help me in figuring out what laws should i go through before working on HR policies? Since its a private limited company is it Shops and Establishment Act?

From India, Chennai
Ashutosh Thakre
Hr Professional

Ashutosh Thakre

Dear Padma,
Wishing you all the best for your New Role.
Now coming to your query, Which act to follow, will depend upon, weather it is a factory, sales office? So in absence of the nature of the company, we choose to remain silent.
Secondly, it is not only that the HR needs to provide what the acts says, we need to go beyond them, to enhance the service... Make the policy, smooth and easy to understand, do not use very difficult language for people to understand.
Frame, policy, keeping in mind the culture of the organisation and also that the overall working is not affected. Keep the flow smooth.
Have a study of the existing work flow and also the day to day functioning, so that you do not have to change a lot, many things would be there, but not in writing.
Introduce a good change before, you are curtailing a already existing one.
So, Shops & Establishment, Factories Act, Minimum Wages etc... Need to be followed, but try and go beyond. Do not only stick to the law, go beyond the law and create a difference.

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