T&D

Step 1 Recruitment Strategy:-

1.Understand Client requirements.

2. Need base Competencies.

3. Search plan Action medium –Referral/Portal/Add.

4. Short listing Resume.

5. Parametric Evaluavation.

6. Personal Interview.

7. Psychometric Assessment Tools.

8. Final interview with client.

9. Reference check.

10. Post recruitment follows up.

11. How to Prepare an Offer / Appointment Letter – as per company need.

12. Joining & Exit Formalities.

Step 2 HR/Admin Different Strategy:-

Admin Strategy:-

  •  Employee Records & MIS Report, Attendance  & Leave Management,

Security Management

Training & Development along with Performance

  • Designing training calendar , PMS Methods & Techniques, Designing Appraisal Forms

Attrition /Retention.

  • Attrition and reasons of attrition / New Strategy for retention

 Step 3 HR/Admin Payroll Strategy:-

  • Salary Parts – Net salary, In hand salary, Taxable salary, Allowances, CTC , HRA ,

statutory components.

  • Salary break up / Preparation as per offer letter, CTC.

Salary Disbursement system —By Bank Account, By Cheque, By Cash/ Demand Draft.

For Service Industry:-

The Shop and Establishment Act, 1948 ##

The Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act.1970. ##

The Minimum Wages Act, 1948 // 2 ##

The Maternity Benefit Act, 1961 // 2 ##

The Employees State Insurance Act, 1948 ##

The Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 ##

The Employee Exchanges (Compulsory Notification of Vacancies) Act  , 1959 ##

The Workmen’s Compensation Act , 1923 ##

LABOUR LAW:-

Apprentices Act, 1961

Bonded Labour

Child Labour

Domestic Enquiry/Misconduct/Dismissal/Discharge

Factories Act 1948

Industrial Disputes Act, 1947

Industrial Employment Standing Order 1946

Labour Laws Exemption from returns & Registers

Migrant Workmen

Employee’s Provident Funds

Mines

Motor Transport Workers

Payment of Bonus Act,1965

Payment of Wages Act,1936

Plantations

Sales Promotion Employees Act,1976

Trade Union Act,1926