Hi all, i have become the new member of cityman n/w, can anybody teach me how should i clear my quiry on various topics . i have recently joined as a HR Generalist in a co & i dont know how to work, what to work, plzzzzz guide me:(
6th January 2009 From India , Bangalore
hi ....i think as an hr generalist u l hav to carry out various functions startg frm recritment n selection....performance evaluation.....which is vry basic....
6th January 2009 From India , New Delhi
Dear Rekha,
It is good to know that you wish to learn something. Please make that something in specifics. Members on this site may provide their assistance on specific items.
There seems to be a conflict within yourself. It is very easy to resolve it. Write down things you do need to learn. Act on one thing at a time. Importanantly ASK.

7th January 2009 From Australia , Darlinghurst
Hi Rekha,
I think the generalist profile differ from industry to industry. Some job responsibility may be same but not to the extent of 100%. So, it is very imp to define to which industry you belong to? To the knowledge I have, I have inked here.:)
7th January 2009 From India , Bangalore
Hi Rekha,
The first job of any employee should be to know about the organization. Hence, I would suggest begin with knowing about your company first-its vision, mission, core values, history, policies & so on. Secondly, learn about your job profile-what was being done before you joined, what are the company's expectations from you, so on & so forth. Also learn what are the different verticals available in your domain i.e. recruitment, training & development, etc. Finally, learn how can your goals be delineated with the company's goal & success is sure to follow! All the best!!!
8th January 2009 From India , Ahmadabad
Hi Rekha,

Congrats for the new job. As a generalist, you will have to know the following before starting your working:
  • About the Company
  • What kind of employees are working ( whether technical or non technical and whis more
  • total employees on the role
  • what kind of candidates you will have to call for employement and what is the source to find them from outside
  • You may discuss in detail with your reporting authority ( and no one mistake you for this - in fact they would be happy to explain about all)
  • R U responsibile for statutory things
  • If your organisation is an Industry and laboures are more, statutory things are little more and you should know when to submit with what information
  • Go thru' the previous returns what are all have been submitted
  • Dealing with Union ( if it is Industry based )
  • If it is software, you should know all the portals where you will have to search for different kind of candidate
  • If you are incharge for salary details, pl. go thru the entire list of previous 2/3 months
  • You should know the leave applicability and its entire rules and regulations
  • You should know how to make company policy...... Listen: Though if it is not under your perview you can inform your boss that you would try. And take the subject from him/her and make a draft policy and show it to him. You will be appreciated if you try this.
As of now this are enough. If you have further doubt pl. mail me to for further clarifications.

:wink: thanks :lol: ramani :smile: bangalore :)

8th January 2009 From India , New Delhi
Hi Rekha,
This is the time to learn and be positive.....Understand all the activities and working style of the company through their journals...website....internal documents...information systems etc.....Then understand all the HR policies [like Leave policy...travel rules...etc..].and procedures.... .[Recruitment procedures... training..[internal or external]....
Go through one by one then it is easy for you to survive.... above all hold a positive attitude ....that is the key to every HR people to build up....wish you all the best...
Regards.
8th January 2009 From India , Alappuzha
Dear Rekha Purohit,
You are very much furtune that you find out this forum. Please continously associate with us and raise about your dount and question and learn. After some days you will know every thing about HR Policy.
If you want then personally take my help. my mail id is
10th January 2009 From India , Calcutta
Hi rekha,

Did you ponder any time the meaning of generalist..an IAS officer is a generalist officer,that he dissolve in any position and trained accordingly...hope u r an MBA hr.

your org might hv briefed you about ur job,if not pse aske ur superior and get the clarity wht they expect of u...

identify wht job is currently performed by hr...is it recruitment & wage administration only or any thing else...
do not try to fit into what is already being done ..hr variety of jobs ..as generalist u could be in organisational development to any any sphere. make your goals clear write it down..take help from your peers, out line the action plant to achieve it...i always feel an mba hr has to be very creative ,follow a distinctive action plan ,to acheive the target if u reqrd trg,aske the org to impart u one so that u can ultimately help the org...above all be customer focused all employee are internal customer..the best person who could value add and provide delight to the employees (ur customers)..

right rekha.....good begining think to become ceo rather head hr...every thing falls in place for generalist hr...


regards,
kris:smile:
10th January 2009 From India , Mumbai
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11th January 2009 From India , Madras
hi rekha,
im also new member of this site, and im also new to my job. im hr executive in manufacturing company. ur worry is genuine but have patience and learn every day, u can know a lots of thing by this site but plethora of things u can know with spam of time. so be ready to learn every day.
shweta
12th January 2009 From India , Mumbai
Swetha i have gone through ur comments in the citehr website,I am appreciating u that u are very eager to learn so many things,AS u r HR u need to learn so many things in ur life and also in ur personal and official. I have attached some of the skills what u have to develop in ur career ,I have send it through ur mail id ,So pls go through the ppt and get back to me if u have any clarifications....
13th January 2009 From India , Madras
Dear Rekha, If you want to know more please raise and ask question related HR and its problems then you get maximum experience
13th January 2009 From India , Calcutta
hi
Lucky to start in a corp and morever into General role.
learn as much u can and understand all the process.
any specify u want mail me
working for a consulting firm in General.

Regards
Gopal

HI
This is Gopal working for a consulting firm and i need to register for some of me new clients
I want to know the documents required for PF,PT and ESI regidtration documents.

and

Regards
Gopal

HI
This is Gopal working for a consulting firm and i need to register for some of me new clients
I want to know the documents required for PF,PT and ESI regidtration documents.

and

Regards
Gopal

HI
This is Gopal working for a consulting firm and i need to register for some of me new clients
I want to know the documents required for PF,PT and ESI regidtration documents.

and

Regards
Gopal
13th January 2009 From India , Madras
Hi Rekha,
Welcome to Citeman, me too is new here and i liked the environment so much.
And Congratulations in your challenging role in the HR world.
Well, the top most thing you have to do as you join assume your new post is to clearly define from your direct superior JD (Job Description) of your current position.
It is best to know what kind of shoes you should use to run your role.
JD's are written document after a Job Analysis has been made.
JOB TITLE: HR GENERALIST
SCOPE OF THE JOB: (Over-all scope of the responsibility, described briefly)
RESPONSIBILITIES: (With Frequencies:Daily/Weekly/Monthly/Quarterly/Yearly)
REPORTING TO: (Direct Superior)
SUBORDINATES:
WORK CONTACTS/DEPARTMENTS:
Once you successfully develop your position's JD, it would be useful for you as you perform your functions, not only as your guide but as a tool to measure your effeciency. You can easily highlight your accomplishments once company calls for evaluation.
Good luck and all the best.
16th January 2009 From United Arab Emirates , Dubai
What jerrypardiwala and peeveeramani have told you is pretty much the way to go. Pl follow what they have told diligently. Best wishes on your job. :)
18th January 2009 From India , Hyderabad
Hi Rekha,
Your role would have been defined even before you had been recruited in the organisation. It is important to find out from your bosses as to what are their expectations. Besides, there will be a lot of learning for you in the department and the organisation. While learning about various existing processes, try to find out how you can improve them. With this attitude, you will always be in demand as you establish yourself as a person who is willing to keep learning and growing.
If then, the current organisation does not acknowledge your efforts, you will be in a position to contribute to another organisation.
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19th January 2009 From India , Mumbai
Dear All,
Presently i am working in Kalyani Motors Pvt Ltd- Bangalore as Senior HR Executive from past 1.5 years.Now i wanted to change my job.So please find this attachment.
Thanks n Regards
Sanjeev K Naik
Senior HR Executive
20th January 2009 From India , Bangalore

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