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Kindly share HR policies and their implementation in factories
From India, Hyderabad
Advocate Prem Chanda Yadav
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Advocate Prem Chanda Yadav

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From India, Mumbai

Here are the HR policies and their implementation in factories

1. Employee training
Training is a continuous process that helps employees learn about the company's products, processes, and services. Training programs should be designed to meet the specific needs of each employee. Employees who have received proper training are more likely to perform their jobs correctly and efficiently.

2. Job rotation
Job rotation is the practice of rotating employees between different positions at their workplace. This ensures that employees get to know how to do their job well and become familiar with the entire production line.

3. Performance evaluation
Performance evaluations help managers identify strengths and weaknesses among employees. Managers can use these evaluations to determine if employees need additional training or if they are ready to move to a higher position.

4. Promotions
Promotions are based on merit and performance. If an employee does not perform his or her duties properly, he or she may not receive promotions.

5. Terminations
If an employee fails to perform his or her duties, he or she may be terminated. However, before terminating an employee, managers should first try to correct any problems that led to poor performance.

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