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Topic: Building HR

Messages (15) Visitors (31198)


1158576084815
Member since 12/31/1969
Building HR
09/18/2006 / 6:55 am    #1

Dear forum members.
I got a job offer from a holding to creat HR department and make changes in that holding.
Could anybody help me out with some information concerning the basics.
I am asked to regulate the personnel issues, and suggest better ways of personnel performance.
I am from Armenia. Now I am a Hotel Administrator.
Please, help me out.


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1158691611625
Member since 12/31/1969
Re:Building HR
09/19/2006 / 2:49 pm    #2

>Dear forum members.
>I got a job offer from a holding to creat HR department and make changes in that holding.
>Could anybody help me out with some information concerning the basics.
>I am asked to regulate the personnel issues, and suggest better ways of personnel performance.
>I am from Jordan. Now I am a Hotel Administrator.
>Please, help me out.
>

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1144173044987
Member since 12/31/1969
Re:Building HR
09/21/2006 / 4:29 pm    #3

>Dear forum members.
>I got a job offer from a holding to creat HR department and make changes in that holding.
>Could anybody help me out with some information concerning the basics.
>I am asked to regulate the personnel issues, and suggest better ways of personnel performance.
>I am from Armenia. Now I am a Hotel Administrator.
>Please, help me out.

You may want to begin with the U.S. Department of Labor web site. I'd also recommend Workforce Management (workforce.com) and SHRM (shrm.org) for best practices and a couple textbooks entitled Employment Law for Human Resource Practice ( Walsh) and Human Resource Champions (Ulrich).

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1162886677202
Member since 11/07/2006
Re: Re:Building HR
11/07/2006 / 7:55 am    #4

Dear Friend,

Following are the basics functions of HR may be it help you:

a) Recruitment & Selection
b) Employment Process
c) Employee Benefits
d) Leave / Salary / Overtime Management
e) Separation / Exit Interviews
f) Training & Development
g) Appraisals Management
h) Automation
i) Industry Survey
j) Publication
k) Talanet Management Pool (Gold Fish Pond)

if you want me to elaborate the above please cotact me at my email address jlevist@yahoo.com.

Thanks and best regards,


jay

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Moh'dQawasmeh
Member since 12/31/1969
Re: Building HR
11/12/2006 / 7:39 am    #5

QuotationDear forum members.
I got a job offer from a holding to creat HR department and make changes in that holding.
Could anybody help me out with some information concerning the basics.
I am asked to regulate the personnel issues, and suggest better ways of personnel performance.
I am from Armenia. Now I am a Hotel Administrator.
Please, help me out.
[Dear member : I think you've to start first by colecting information about the organization itself then you've to classifyed all the information and start to find out ( property organization chart which will give the chance to start doing the job descriptions for all positions and then you can start preparing the policies & procedures and all standard issues ]

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1149429131606
Member since 12/31/1969
Re: Building HR
11/28/2006 / 12:52 pm    #6

I'd suggest starting with a complete HR Audit. This will help identify what systems/procedures/processes are already in place and where your greatest gaps are. This process will help to organize/prioritize the essential tasks. I'd be happy to send you a sample audit tool that I've used (I am on my third HR department startup). You can send me an email at hr@lmconsultants.com.

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WCarter
Member since 01/02/2007
Re: Re: Building HR
01/02/2007 / 11:50 am    #7

I am brand new to this site so forgive me if I am posting incorrectly.
I have been at my job as an assistant for about six months and we are talking about promoting me to an HR manager. Our company has about 70 employees and no HR department. What websites (besides the obvious AHRMA & SHRM) and/or books could you all recommend to me regarding starting an HR department?
Thanks!

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Cindy3
Member since 12/08/2006
Re: Re: Re: Building HR
01/05/2007 / 2:03 pm    #8

You should take the class to obtain your PHR, this will help you with all area's of Human Resources. By learning these, you will be able to decide which area in your company needs the most help. You could also look at HR vendors or companies that specialize in putting together HR Departments. It's very easy for a small company to implement an HR Department. Cindy

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nessa
Member since 04/27/2007
Re: Re: Re: Re: Building HR
04/27/2007 / 6:49 pm    #9

what classes are you supposed to take for the PHR regristeration. We are trying to implement an HR Department in our company and I'm new to HR. I've done temp assignmente at other companys, but have never established the procedures myself, which is what I'm currently doing. Could you please give me some detailed info on where to go... Thanks for all the help!

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Prashanth
Member since 05/07/2007
Building a HR professional
05/08/2007 / 9:12 am    #10

Dear members,

I am Prashanth, a MBA (HR) final year student and also working in a role of a Specialist in an Insurance organisation. I do have 5 years of experience. I have a great passion to become a Human resource professional.

Could you all please help me in showing the steps from scratch and also advice me with tips which could help me walk in the direction to achieve my goal.

Awaiting for your reply,

Thanks and regards
Prashanth

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Jing
Member since 05/11/2007
Re: Building a HR professional
05/11/2007 / 2:42 am    #11

Any HRD start-up should always start with an audit/inventory of what the company has: employee files, policies, procedures. It is when you have established what you have to start with that you start with the basic: establishing 201 files, T.O., J.D.'s, Policy Manuals, S.O.P. Manuals.

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luidacera
Member since 05/11/2007
Re: Re: Building HR
05/11/2007 / 6:10 am    #12

Hi, I have been tasked to re-organize and develop standard processes for our own HR and I agree that the first thing I shoul do is to do a complete audit. Is there any chance that you can share with me the audit tool you used for starting up an HR unit?

You may contact me directly at lui.dacera@gmail.com

Thank you in advance.

Lui Dacera

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Prashanth
Member since 05/07/2007
Re: Re: Building a HR professional
05/11/2007 / 6:21 am    #13

Dear Jing

Thanks a ton, for your valuable inputs, will try follow your foot steps.

Thanks and regards
Prashanth

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claudio_riquelme
Member since 02/12/2009
Re: Building HR
07/09/2009 / 4:20 pm    #14

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placementindiacom
Member since 12/17/2013
Re: Building a HR professional
03/27/2014 / 8:53 am    #15

for the HR position , if you want your career in this field then start from the small company and achieve more.

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