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Introduce Hr Department

Postby Stanton » Wed Dec 21, 2016 3:16 pm

I am working as a Hr Executive in a pvt firm, I gota good offer in a newly setup firm, They want me to introduce Hr Department in their organization. I have to start from the bottom level(Introduce all Hr requiremnets). I want your help, Please mail me how to start with with and what all should i do for setup a sucessful Hr department in this firm, If you can expalin and give detail adout it in my E-Mail   then it will be very much useful for me, Please mail the details in my E-Mail   ."
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Introduce Hr Department

Postby Kuen » Fri Dec 23, 2016 2:05 pm

I am working as a Hr Executive in a pvt firm, I gota good offer in a newly setup firm, They want me to introduce Hr Department in their organization. I have to start from the bottom level(Introduce all Hr requiremnets). I want your help, Please mail me how to start with with and what all should i do for setup a sucessful Hr department in this firm, If you can expalin and give detail adout it in my E-Mail   then it will be very much useful for me, Please mail the details in my E-Mail   ."
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Introduce Hr Department

Postby StancIyf » Sun Dec 25, 2016 7:57 am

Hi Ranjit,

Thank you very much for your question!  It's a pretty big question that you're asking.  But here is where I would recommend you start:

1) Assess the organization, using any of the common tools or platforms out there, and focus on the people and organizational side of each element.  SWOT is a good one; utilize your connections within senior management and involve all of the major functional areas to ensure that you have a balanced perspective.  What are the current challenges?  Opportunities?  What is the current business plan?  Look at the direction that the company wants to go, and ensure you're integrating that into your HR planning, or you will have a disconnect between the people strategy and the business strategy.  Get everyone at this stage to agree, explicitly, on what you want to accomplish.  What are the objectives of the HR department in year one?  Year two?  Do not go forward until you have consensus at this step, or you'll never have a clear sense of the end goal.

2) Establish your resources.  What is your timeline?  Which people will be supporting and assisting you?  Most importantly, what is your budget for all initiatives in your department?  You will need this information to help you prioritize and establish reasonable expectations with senior management.

3) Refine the people strategy.  Using the business strategy as your guide, establish what you feel are the urgent and important needs, and the important but not urgent needs.  If you feel something is not important, it will have to go further down the list.

4) Break your strtegy into the various areas: payroll, compensation and benefits; recruitment and talent management; performance systems; employee relations and compliance; training and development; etc.  Now establish what you think the costs will be, and see how that is going to fit with your available resources.

5) Present your findings in a meeting with key stakeholders and the senior leaders.  MAKE SURE you have their support right from the beginning as this will go a long way to assisting you in effective change management, as many people within the organization may be resistant to the change you want to see.

6) When you have finalized your plans, break them into sub tasks, and budget your time and financial resources accordingly.  Once you have sign off from the key senior leaders, come up with a communication plan for the organization.  Effective communication is one of the most important elements of change management and is sometimes the most overlooked.

If you need assistance in prioritizing, and you have the available budget, an employment lawyer or external consultant can be a great resource to provide you with a risk management assessment in terms of organizational practices and policy.  If you don't have the budget, you'll have to do it yourself - and that's a big job.  Make sure you effectively manage expectations right from the start and get the help that you need!

I hope this will give you a head start...best of luck to you Ranjit!

Sarah
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