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Chrm Message From: suvajit choudhury Total Posts: 4 Join Date: 13/12/2006
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 13/12/2006 06:40:36 Points: 20 Location: India

HI FRIENDS,

I AM IN A CALCUTTA BASED LEADING CONSTRUCTION COMPANY. I AM ADVISED TO DRAFT HR POLICY MANUAL. COULD SOMEONE IN SAME INDUSTRY HELP ME OUT.

REGARDS,

SUVAJIT CHOUDHURY

 

 

 

Chrm Message From: sanjay04 Total Posts: 57 Join Date: 13/12/2006  
Rank: Manager Post Date: 13/12/2006 09:04:36 Points: 285 Location: India

Dear Suvajit,

The manual policy is an ardous excercise and best way to learn about the practices of the company.

Am giving the basic templates on which policies have to be formulated and you have to observe and ask questions to the relevant department to give the details.

• Purpose and Purview
• General Policies
• Recruiting and Employment
• Transfers, Promotions, Demotions and Reclassifications
• Salary Administration Program
• Position Categories
• Hours of Work and Overtime
• Grievances
• Standards of Conduct and Performance
• Termination
• Vacation
• Holidays
• Absences
• Sick Leave
• Family and Medical Leave Policy
• Employment Related Accident or Illness
• Leave of Absence Without Pay
Equal Opportunity Policy
• Policy on Accommodation for Disabled Persons
• Sexual Harassment Prevention and Resolution
• Policy on Sexual Assault Procedure
• Policy on Alcohol and Drug Abuse and Drug-free Environment
• Smoke-free Policy
• Policy on Software Duplication
• Management and Staff Training Policy

Hope this might be of some help to you.

Regards,

Sanjay Mewar

Chrm Message From: archanahr Total Posts: 29 Join Date: 13/12/2006  
Rank: Executive Post Date: 13/12/2006 09:17:51 Points: 145 Location: India

No one would give their company'es template/sample HR policy, but you can improve what you have with you. Just verify it more than once and check the relevant laws pertaining to that particular policy. And then it should be easy to bring out the necessary changes.

However, these would be general heads under which the policies could be organised.

Benefits
Corporate Giving
Educational Assistance
Employee Assistance
Flex-time/Alternative Schedules/Telecommuting
Health/Flexible Benefits
Holidays
Leave/PTO/Vacation
Retirement
Miscellaneous

Compensation
Compensation Issues and Policies
Legal requirements based onlocal laws
Incentive Pay/Bonuses

Employee Relations
Alternative Dispute Resolution/Grievances
Discipline and Standards of Conduct
Employee Privacy
Employee Relations Issues and Policies
Performance Management
Recognition/Awards
Termination/Resignation
Miscellaneous

Health, Safety, Security
Communicable Diseases
Crisis Management/Emergency Preparedness
Drug Testing
Safety
Security
Worker’s Compensation
Workplace Violence
Miscellaneous

Management Practices
Communications
Downsizing/Lay-offs
Ethics/Ethical Conduct
Personnel Files/Record Retention
Miscellaneous

Selection and Placement
Legal compliance details
Contingent Workers/Independent Contractors
Hiring
Immigration/Visas
Internal Job Posting
Recruitment & Selection
Reference/Background Investigations
Miscellaneous

Technology
Computer/Software
Internet/E-mail

Training and Development
Miscellaneous

I am also givng a you wordings on a policy on transfers. You may develop the other policies on similar lines.

TRANSFERS AND PROMOTIONS
XYZ encourages employees to assume higher-level positions or lateral transfers for which they qualify. Toward this end, XYZ has a job posting program that offers employees the opportunity to bid for certain positions within the Company.

Generally, employees must be in their job for at least one year before applying for a change in position. In addition, employees must have a good performance, attendance and punctuality record.

Each employee requesting a transfer will be considered for the new position along with all other applicants.

Each transfer is judged on an individual basis, depending on the needs of both departments involved.

All final decisions regarding transfers will be made by Management, in conjunction with the Human Resources Department.

Employees who wish to apply for a transfer should discuss it first with their supervisor/manager and the Human Resources Department so that it may be determined if their skills fit the requirements of the desired job. Employees should also feel free to discuss their career aspirations with their supervisor/manager or the Human Resources Department at any time.

If an employee fits the basic criteria for the position, the Human Resources Department will make arrangements to set up an exploratory interview with the other department.

Let me know if this has helped ; )

Chrm Message From: suvajit choudhury Total Posts: 4 Join Date: 13/12/2006  
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 27/12/2006 00:28:16 Points: 20 Location: India

Thank you Sanjay and Archana for your cooperation and help.

Regards,

Suvajit

 

Chrm Message From: surangma Total Posts: 1 Join Date: 13/12/2006  
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 30/01/2011 00:52:34 Points: 5 Location: India
Hi Friends, I am looking for harashment & discrimination policies. Plz help me by providing this. Regards, Surangma
 
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