Monika Chauhan, HR Head, Zoik International Strengthen the employee-manager relationship, technology is replacing face-to-face compliment from a boss to an employee Read more
Ashish Patel, Managing Director & Founder Consultant, Euphoria consulting Euphoria consulting is an Organizational Development consulting firm came into existence in January 2004. Read more
Nikhil Desai, International Speaker, Motivator, Trainer, The Centre for Excellence During that period I attended many training programs and realised that soft skills were very important to enhance performance and productivity Read more
Manoj Agarwal, Founder, Giftxoxo.com Giftxoxo.com is a curated experience provider which firmly believes in creating memories and moments that one would cherish for a lifetime Read more
Mr Mathew Cherian, CEO of HelpAge India HelpAge India: "Securing Senior Citizens’ Welfare for Over 37 yrs" At present, 98 million Indians (or roughly 8% of the population) are above the age of 60 Read more
Mr. Hari Padmanabhan, Chairman, PanIIT Alumni Reach for India Foundation (PARFI) Imparting Skills to the Youth through Social Enterprise To address the skill gap of the employable youth Read more
Retaining & Engaging A Global Workforce
Global workforce management, as the name suggests is the management of human resources in enterprises operating in the global environment. It refers to ever increasing interaction Read more...
The era of recruitment automation
The tide is turning in the recruiting industry.
Candidates are now looking for faster and simpler ways
to apply for a job. In most cases, this means online and on-the-go.
Strategies to Manage Workforce across the Globe
Globalisation has been a key driver in broadening of diversity, cultures &defining strategic value & challenges. Read more...
Yoga: Healthy Workforce is equal to Increased Productivity
India’s much touted millennial population looks set
to breach the 65 percent barrier by 2021, making the
nation the youngest country globally, even as it lags
China in terms of holistic population.
India has one of the poorest Gross Enrolment Ratios (GER) for higher education in the world. According to 2010 data, India’s GER was a lean 13.8 percent, equated with the global average of around 26 percent. Australia, Russia and the U.S., to name a few examples, have GERs up of 75 percent. Read more...
The Principles of Leadership for junior and intermediate supervisors/section heads in Indian businesses are extremely crucial for achieving success
- Mr. William Hawke, MD, LBA. (Rtd. Senior Non-Commissioned Officer, Canadian Forces).
Special Focus: HR Business Partner Mission - A Critical Role
The complexities of the HR industry are elusive in understanding, starting from top management, hiring managers and even employees, from administrating, policy writing, payroll processing, to recruiting and retaining, HR has its roots buried deeply in important processes in an organisation.
HR BEST PRACTICES Interview: 'Empowered Employees are Engaged Employees'
Mr. Abhinav Chopra, Chief Human Resource Officer, Viacom18 speaks to People & Management.
In the digital world, it's
an increasing trend to extract profiles from social/professional
networking, candidates presenting innovative 'video resumes',
extensive use of video-conferencing for interviews to overcome
HR Role: 'India as the "Next" HR capital of the World'
Launching a Startup involves a few key factors - an 'idea' that you believe is the need of the hour; convincing others to 'fund' your idea; and finally ‘executing’ on realising the idea with conscious handling of the risks and constraints, while building and maintaining the capacity to develop, market and sell your product. Read more...
Thought Stimuli: Making difference in the HR Industry
“India should emerge as the 'human resource capital' of the world, as China has become a global 'manufacturing factory'," Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently said while launching the ambitious 'Skill India' Mission as part of the government's "war against poverty".
PARADIGM SHIFT: Indai A Great place to Work
A typical morning at an Multi National Corporation (MNC) located in India: the teams are getting ready to close on the deliverables that were committed on the conference call last night. Expecting to circle back with their counterparts in Europe and North America, some of the commitments made are really difficult and hard to keep. It is just that someone on the ‘concall’ in India, knew but couldn’t gather the resolve to say it upfront. All are scrambling to ensure that we keep the commitment 'somehow'. Read more...
OFFSHORE PERSPECTIVE: Rise of ERP in Talent Management Systems
The rise of talent management systems has paved the way for improved applicant tracking in organisations. Over a period of time, it has evolved to goal setting, performance management, career & succession management, employee development, and compensation. Talent management is crucial to attract new talent, retain the existing talent and develop them to achieve the long term vision of the organisation.
Satinder Kaur, Manager – Talent Acquisition, Trunkoz Group Global Workforce management Read more
Mukund Menon, Director – HR & Communications, International Paper India Indai A Great place to Work Read more
Simin Askari, Vice President, Corporate Human Resource, Dharampal Satyapal Limited Multi - Layered Functions of HR department Read more
Manmohan Bhutani, Vice President, HR and Business Operations, ACS Global Tech Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Recruitment Trends – 'Ongoing War for the Right Fit' Read more
Sunanda Rao, General Manager, Human Resources, Geodis Overseas Pvt. Ltd (India) Creating an opportunity for professional development Read more
Paritosh Shukla, Global Head of Human Resources, Vuclip Creating High Employee satisfaction Read more
Chaitrali Singh, Director HR, ZS India Learn and Grow Through Role Evolution Read more
Tim Braswell, Director – Human Resources, PNB MetLife India Insurance Co. Ltd Challenges of Employee Lifecycle Management Read more
Mrs. Shaheen Khan, Founder, Director CEDP Skill Institute Mumbai Absence of a Well-Informed Reform Agenda for Higher Education Read more
Neeraj Agrawal, Vice President - Corporate HR & OD, JM Baxi Group Attract & Retain Best Top Talent Read more
Sandhya Mohanan, Sr.General Manager, Securens Systems Pvt.Ltd Changing Trends at Workplace Read more
Vikram Sinha, Assistant General Manager-HR, Bank of India Stages of Employee Lifecycle Management Read more
Saif Ahmad, Founding CEO Hallwaze Developing Healthy Relationships with Employees Read more
Ankur Gulati, Dean of Marketing and Branding, IMS-Design & Innovation Academy Future of Higher Education in India Read more
Nishant Kalra, Head HR, Fauracia Automotive Retaining Best Employees
Dr Nitin Gupta, Professor - Marketing, Institute of Management Technology (IMT-Hyderabad) Transition in Higher Education Read more
INTERVIEW: "Human Resources are the Firm's Distinguishing Factor"
Basesh Gala, Managing Director, 39 Solutions, has a strong base in financial & risk analysis, strategy & planning, consulting and general management. A Gold Medallist in MBA (Strategy and Financial Risk Management) from Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University, USA, he mentors and coaches young managers and leaders. In an interview with Aamir H Kaki, Editor, he shares his valuable thoughts on the role of HR in organisations, employer as a brand and future plans of 39 Solutions.
WINNING OUTLOOK: Stepping Up The Ladder of Hierarchy
What is promotion? If you ask this question from a common man the answer will be giving the meaning of enhancement, up gradation, up liftmen and elevation in the status or the position, the person is already having. Going back to the history, the promotion became relevant for the defence personnel more than anybody else because the promotion used to link with the change in role, responsibility and authority. Coming to the Govt. sector, it represents power, position and authority.
Indian Ethos at Work
By Sundara Rajan
Sundara Rajan is a serial entrepreneur with successful ventures in Human Resources Consulting, Behavioural Assessments, Marketing Analytics and E publishing. He is a University Gold Medallist in Mechanical Engineering and an alumnus of Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (Batch of 1986).
Ernst & Young has said that job creation is a priority
shared by governments the world over, including those in
emerging markets. As policy-makers seek to restore
growth and a greater sense of optimism about their
economies, EYs Rohan Malik says the time has come for
less talk, and more action. For several years, as the
global economy struggled to recover from the financial
crisis, eyes turned toward the worlds rapid-growth
markets for reassurance that the outlook was not
universally bleak. And certainly, the performance of
countries such as China and India, both buttressed by
skyrocketing growth and booming investment, injected
much needed confidence that the crisis would not be one
without end. E&Y identifies 6 key actions to help job
Business Climate Reforms to
improve ease of doing business
Increasing attractiveness to
Livelihood enhancement to improve
Micro, small and medium
enterprise (MSME) development and access to finance
to improve sustainable growth
Skill development to enhance the
Infrastructure development to
produce an enabling environment
Time Management: Now at your Finger Tips
Do huge chunks of assignments in your mail box bother you? Do you feel you could have been more productive and organised?
Ten Principles of Leadership
There are no two ways of the saying that leaders should lead from the front.
Get Your Hiring Act Right
Businesses all over the world are struggling to find the right talent to fill positions.
HR Managers Today: Jack of all Trades or Master of One?
People and Management magazine organised the first Knowledge Session entitled, HR Managers Today: Jack of all Trades or Master of One? on September 27, 2013 at LBA
House Read more..
Why is Telecommuting 'in' Nowadays?
Akash is a software engineer and when he passed
out from his engineering college, he got the
dream job with one of the leading IT companies
as a software...
Human Touch will still Remain Relevant
Companies will invest more in Employer
Diversity at Workplace: Demand of Today's Cross-culture
HR Best Practices
Key Practices to Help Make Diversity Policies Successful
Succession Planning for Gen Y:
New Leaders need New
Major HR Tech Trends in 2016
Succession Planning: Build or Buy Talent?
Succession Planning: Not Replacement Planning
"Fullerton's HR structure is Well-equipped to Deliver"
The 70:20:10 Model: Amplifying a Superlative Workforce
Managing change & cultural Transformation: Tools &
Resources to Deal with Change