KK!HR
Management Consultancy
Nagarkar Vinayak L
Hr And Employee Relations Consultant
Om Jha
Consultant
Rituhr14
Hr Generalist

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Hi, I am going to join IT start up company, pls advise what are the things which I should do as a HR generalist.
Regards
Ritu

YOu need to devise formulate & implement such HR related policies so that your organization will have All Highly Competent Employees working with you for longer duration with lowest monetary cost.
As a start up your focus area could be getting the most suitable manpower and talent management. You are getting opportunity to design the talent attraction and retention strategy, compliances, compensation strategies etc.
Dear Colleague,
It may sound commonsense but firstly you need to understand the business thoroughly to know the competencies/skill-set to be possessed by the people to be recruited.
Understand the competition in the business and the USP of your organisation in terms of products and services.
Know thoroughly the critical / leadership job roles and their job descriptins.
Align compensation and benefit structure which enables attracting, retaining and motivating all staff.
Have fair performance standards in place and also robust performance management system.
Apply relevant technological tools in terms of HR software to perform HR operations with ease and efficiency.
Always present your point of view with data, sound logic and proven practices and don't hesitate to assert in cross-functional meetings .
I have put forward some of the above points which occurred uppermost to me.
Regards
Vinayak Nagarkar
HR-Consultant

Hi Rituhr14,
HR Generalist role in a start-up would require your following contributions, listed down are your top 3 activities -
1. Talent Management - Start-ups can easily lure good talent but the challenge is to retain them. Make sure your employee engagement policies are top class.
2. JD - Over the years we have served many small businesses who have difficulty in curating proper JD. Make sure you have carefully listed down all the required pointers.
3. PMS - This would be a tough nut to crack as people who work in start-ups are not only motivated by salary but by various other parameters. So my advice would be not to limit your appraisals to monetary benefits.
Hope this would help!
Thank You.
Om Jha
HR Consultant
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