Dinesh Divekar
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Ed Llarena, Jr.
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Asef Zaman
Hr Consultant
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ATTN:all AIRLINE HR PPL
It seems Making an HR Manual for an Airline Corporation is an extremely strenuous task and is not the same in comparison to other corporations due to differences in organizational structure,pay structure,varied range of designations....and the list goes on.Luckily my department has managed to complete the manual of my company and now am working on developing a policy Manual of a FICTIONAL Airline Corporation and narrowing the concept of the whole manual being based to the ground services operations.I'm submitting my first work which is the Table of Contents and then while I get feedback from all the knowledgeable HR Airliners around I'll complete which i hopefully proceed to publishers who will make it available to everyone.So your input is important.The document I'm providing is only printable however if a word version is required I'll post it based upon demand from everyone.
Best Regards
Keep me informed about your views!!!!!
12th January 2008 From Canada

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Hello Asif
Can u help me out what are the most questions asked during the time of interview in airlines company and how to tackle them as my interview is in one of the airlines company, as my profile is of Hr Generalist
Looking forward for your reply.
Rgds
Nitendra
12th January 2008 From India, Mumbai
best of luck.....btw make sure u know a little about the fleet the company has and their flight operations
12th January 2008 From Canada

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Dear Asef, The airline HR Policy Manual Table of Contents is very good. Can I request for you to post here also the file of the whole policy manual, I am interested to learn more about it. Thanks. JR
12th January 2008 From Philippines
I'm extremely sorry JR but I'm making the policy manual on the basis of forwarding it to publishers so that people like u can access something which is not available anywhere.Its to help Airline Hr employees by giving them a guideline.But if there is any specific policy you might need help with....i can probably give u a summary
12th January 2008 From Canada
it would be advisable to inc teh following
Hr Philosohy
role of the hr dept
job descriptions
hr office
trainning facilties
checklist inc examples of forms
contracts
employee faclities
sugnahe employee enterance
restaurant
locker room
recreation room
accmodation
transporation
health care
employee appreance
leave of absence
employee calender
noticeboards
tertmination of employment
exit interview
let me know if you need other info
Thanks
12th January 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
HERE ARE TWO FINAL POLICIES THAT I'M INCLUDING IN THE MANUAL.
BY THE WAY IVE CHANGED THE PROJECT TO MAKING AN EMPLOYEE MANUAL THAN HR POLICY.THAT WAY ITS EASIER TO GIVE A GENERAL VIEWPOINT SINCE HR POLICIES ARE CLOSELY INTERTWINED WITH LOCAL LAWS WHICH TEND TO DIFFER WHEN COMPARED IN TERMS OF EACH COUNTRY.ADVICE AND RECOMMENDATIONS ARE MORE THAN WELCOME.PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO CONTRIBUTE YOUR POINT OF VIEW.
22nd February 2008 From Canada

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Hi Asef Zaman,
Thank you for sharing Hr Manual for Aviation Industry.
I am working on HR Policy for Pilots, could please me the PDF files on my email Id as I am unable to open the Files.
I would be glad if you email some more relevant material for making the Hr Policy for the pilots.
Regards
Khushboo Dharadhar

3rd January 2009 From India, Bangalore
Hi!

I have seen your manual outline and it looks good and very exhaustive in content.

However, I have some comments and suggestions:

1. Manuals with this type of contents are called "Employee Handbook" (EH).

2. The contents of a good EH should be limited to things that the company wants every employee to know. And, it should be written as an easy to read and carry material, so employees can handily bring it with them everyday. Normally, these are the following:

2.1 The Conditions of Employment
2.2 Compensation and Benefits
2.3 Safety, Health, and Security
2.4 Code of Discipline

3. The other critical areas and dimensions of HR Work can be written separately in another manual (e.g. HR Policy Manual) that can be distributed to Managers and Supervisors as a guide on the details of the things mentioned in the Employee Handbook, esp the following areas:

3.1 Manpower Planning & Structure Policy
3.2 Compensation Policy
3.3 Benefits Administration Policy
3.4 Timekeeping and Salary Administration Policy
3.5 Training and Development Policy
3.6 Labor Relations Policy
3.7 Personnel Movement Policy
3.8 Organization Development Policy
3.9 HRIS Management Policy
Discipline Management Policy
Recruitment Policy

Should you wish to get canned copies of an Employee Handbook and Code of Discipline that is internationally valid, you can visit my site at: EMILLA CONSULTING |

Best wishes and God bless!

Ed Llarena, Jr.
Managing Partner
Emilla Consulting

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3rd January 2009 From Philippines, Parañaque
Hi; Can you advice on who to prepare a corporate or GOM manual for commercial (AP) airline. If you have any samples i appreciate if you can attach also. Thanks Mutaz
20th August 2009 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Dear Asef Zaman,
Good that you have taken initiative to prepare this manual.
In the "Code of Discipline", have you included sexual harassment and policy on workplace romance? These two are quite important.
In India quote often, pilots of the airlines go on strike. One case recently happened and another case is forthcoming. Have you included that also?
In the work regulations section, have you included grooming and deportment? This is very important for cabin crew.
Ok...
Dinesh V Divekar




6th November 2009 From India, Bangalore
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