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i will put down some of the important KRA's of HR-generalist.
to become a generalist you need to be strong in many areas of HR gamuts. couple of companies do grab candidates for trainee HR-generalist.
Development of hr department( forms,employee handbook, HR manual)
b) Interview applicants to obtain information on work history,training, education and job skills.
c) Contact applicants to inform them of employment possibilities, considerations and selection.
d) Inform potential applicants about facilities, operations, benefits, and job or career opportunities in organizations.
e) Screen and refer applicants to hiring personnel in the organization, making hiring recommendations when appropriate.
f) Joining formalities.
g) Handling employee database(both in soft form and files management)
h) Serve as a link between management and employees by handling questions, interpreting and administering contracts and helping resolve work related problems.
i) Plan, direct,supervise,and coordinate work activities of subordinates and staff relating to employment, compensation, labor relations and employee relations
j) Leaves and attendance management.
k) Handling the payroll
l) Managing advance salary, Ad hoc bonuses, loans.
m) Confirmations, performance appraisals, performance management.
n) Liason with various consultants.
o) Motivate employees on day-to-day basis.
p) Stop all type of rumours ands misleading communication.
q) Administering disciplinary procedures.
r) Plan and conduct new employee orientation to foster positive attitude towards organizational objectives.
s) Role in â€œemployee engagementâ€â€¦ winning the trust of the employee and hence can help the organization in controlling the attrition.
u) Full and final settlement.
A profile means a general outline, a peripheral outline...erm...say a red circle with a big X in the middle.
As far as HR Generalist profiles are concerned, they are normally shot with high caliber, body plasma deformation bullets. Distances do not matter.
Doh... I miss a link in the first post. Really, some place to fill my brain with all that useless (for me) information. And I'm a bit more old-fashioned here... a nice pire beats anything.
Because we know we are part of the problem
There used to be several - well, several times the same one. I got rid of it, but don't worry, you can find it in any post by hrrelatedtips...
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