HR practice at Partex Star Group
AuthorSaki, Adnan Awal
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This is the internship report based on the three month internship program that I had successfully completed at Partex Star Group under Human Resource Division from 28-Mar-2015 to 28-Jun-2015 as a requirement of my MBA program of BRAC Business School of BRAC University. As being completely new to practical, corporate world setting, every hour spent in the HRD gave me some amount of experience all the time all of which cannot be explained in words. But nevertheless, they were all useful for my career. This report includes how an HR Department works, what are the possible divisions and work distribution in an HRD, recruitment process, training and development initiatives, how to keep employees engaged as well as how can human resource practices can influence perceived organizational performance. I have worked in Human Resource Division of Partex Star Group with almost all the wings of HR like Recruitment, Learning & Organization Development (Training), Compensation, Pay and Benefits and HR Administration. Partex Star Group has a rich Human Resource Department. It maintains the organizational responsibilities successfully. The HR team of Partex Star group is highly organized and as well as target oriented. I have worked with different types of recruitment procedure of Partex Star Group. Within my three months internship around 224 regular employees are recruited on regular basis in Partex Star Group in different procedure and system. I have also assisted the recruitment team in doing other works like joining workers, updating CVS etc. In Training wing I have mainly assisted the training team in updating the personal files of regular employees with the number of trainings that they have done over the years. I have assisted the compensation, pay and benefit team in order to process their final settlement data and the administration team in processing of leave of the employees. Before drawing any conclusion based on this report it may be noted that the report was prepared in a very short time and there is lack in data. But still the report may be useful for designing any further study to evaluate the HR facilities provided by the local conglomerates.