Hr Compliance Essay

3509 Words Mar 12th, 2016 15 Pages
WHITEPAPER
ON
GLOBAL WORKFORCE COMPLIANCE.

-Under the guidance of
Faculty -Dr.Prof.Savita G.R
(Asst.Prof.HR -Prin Welingkar Institute Of Management and Research,
Bangalore)

By:
Ankita Shrivastava
Student Of E-business
We School,bangalore

WHITEPAPER ON GLOBAL WORKFORCE COMPLIANCE-

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
Organizations are expanding at a great pace today. Mergers and Acquisitions have also increased many folds. With this there is the need for organizations to maintain a checklist of statutory, legal, business and domain specific compliances. Statutory compliances mainly includes compliance to minimum wages, ESI Act, PF Act, Apprentices Act, Contract labour
Regulation and Abolition act, Industrial disputes Act, Payment of
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This paper was thoroughly guided by her mentor Dr. Prof.Savita G.R at Welingkar Institute Of Management , Bangalore and CEO Srinivasulu Mallampooty at
Employee Experts.
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY FOR GLOBAL HR COMPLIANCE:
The research methodology includes quantitative research which includes measuring variables and verifying existing theories or hypothesis and questioning them. Other qualitative research

tools includes interviewing leading business HR heads and Managers and gathering valuable insights about best HR practices followed within the organization and compliances to be ensured be it training based compliance, role based compliance , organizational compliances and domain specific compliances. Other quantitative research methods include floating questionaire with a list of questions on global compliances with respect to statutory regulations like labour laws, minimum wages, employment contracts and the like to leading
HR heads and managers. Some of them were –Mary Prindel (Fidelity Investments), Bala
(Café Coffee Day),

Ramesh Ranjan (Schneider Electric),Ron Miller (Visa Inc USA

),Varghese (Visa Inc).
DISCUSSION:
The minimum wage is meant to be a tool for combating poverty and preventing unfair wages, however, some scholars and economists doubt its effectiveness and some even argue it has more negative effects than positive. Despite this, most

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