Mehul Mehta
Hr Manager
Hr - Executive

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Hi All,
This is Jagadish here from Bangalore. I am currently working as a Hr-executive with one of outsourcing company as a IT recruiter. So, I am having 1.4 yrs of exp in IT Recruitment. Now I want to get into generic HR, so I need to learn other HR aspects.So, Please help me regarding this.
My interesting Areas are;
1.Payrol Managment
2. Performance mnagement.
3. Training and Development.
Please help me regarding this.
thanks and regards,

From India, Bangalore
Hi, I done my MBA In HR and Marketing. Thought of getting into generic HR, when I finished my MBA but couldn’t find the opportunities.
From India, Bangalore
Hi Jagdish
I would suggest you that you should yourself start referring some Informative sites to gather the informations, no doubt that you are in the most infromative site of HR community nothing can be comparable with Cite HR.
Like you even i was into recruitment and its been a week i have taken up a job in general HR, while surfing on the topics i have gathered lots of information on Payroll and have got useful materials like PPT's and formats for various things.
Moreover there are lots of HR Professionals in this group which are of great help to you if you come across any difficulties, but its tough for anybody to teach you everything from the scratch.
Dig yourself to fetch something and its working for me too.

From India, Kolkata
Hi Tushar,
As per your last post you were in to recruitment and then managed to get a job in general HR. Can you please let me know in detail how did you make it happen since I am also keen on swithing to General HR from recrtuitment background.
Thanks & Regards
Mehul Mehta

From India
I don't know, you're from which industry and how many employees are there..

When you want to do a pay roll first and the foremost thing is to create

1. An employee data base (ie) a Master List. This excel sheet should contain all the details of the employees like, DOJ, Education, Work Experience, Personal details (DOB, Contact info), Salary break up details

2. Attendance/ Leave record to be maintained

Keeping the above mentioned documents as base you can prepare the Pay roll. The other related info which you shld calculate is:

1. The salary break up details of all the existing employees

2. Attendance of all employees:: LOP details (you may have to deduct this from their salary)

3. Salary Revision (W.e.f that particular month)

4. New Additions/Recruits (To be calculated form the date of Joining)

5. Full and final Settlements (If any are to be calculated separately not with payroll)

6. Additions

1. Arrears if anything to be paid

2. Reimbursements

3. Other Additions

7. Deductions

1. Provident Fund

2. Professional Tax

3. Income Tax

4. Loans or advances

5. Other recoveries

8. Misc Changes

1. Employee Bank account details if any change

I hope this gives you an idea to prepare payroll

From India, Hyderabad
This is Jagdish here.. The information which you provided is very informative. Definitely its given me a confidence and way to learn new things in payroll so it leads me to get into Generic HR. Kindly help me out in order to learn HR general aspects.
Thanks and regards,

From India, Bangalore
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