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Setting an HR Department

Step 1

Identify the need of an HR Department

Initiated by Management

Step II

Current Staffing plan

Man power planning methods

Future man power requirements

Step III

Any exisiting policies and procedure

Yes - No

If No

Management focus on Policies and Procedures

Employees maturity level and skill

Age group



Arriving at Beta Version

Test Run

Bench Marking

Setting Expectations

Informing employees

Formulating the policies in the form of a manual

Evaluating through external auditing


Author - V.VA Sriram

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Posted: 12/02/2015 07:29:55

Really good and worth to follow..

Posted: 01/10/2014 10:35:12

Good one

Posted: 10/01/2013 06:47:13

Really a guideline which every HR expert must know and follow.
Thanks for passing such an important tip.

Warm regards,

Kishore Gautam

Posted: 20/07/2012 04:05:43

Add to Mr Ram Kumar's list: -
9. Performance assessment
10. Compen-ben
11. Employee engagement
12. Right placement for right employee

Posted: 15/06/2012 07:54:19

Well said

Posted: 18/05/2012 05:57:14

i need more information

Posted: 19/01/2012 05:08:12

Really good Ideas

Posted: 16/01/2012 02:53:03

HR department is must where 150 or more employees are employed to comply the following activities for improving the productivity in a good manner.

3.Pay roll
4.Statutory returns
5.Maintain peace and hormony ( IR )
7.Canteen management,
8.Settlement formalities.

Posted: 12/07/2011 12:25:49

Too good ideas

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