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Which aspects of HR can be outsourced?

A few years ago, Professor Ram Charan created quite a stir by suggesting splitting the HR department into two halves and doing away with...

Do HR managers with cross-functional experience have an added advantage?

The dynamics of business is changing rapidly, and so is HR. We need leaders with blended capabilities at the top. A look at the...

‘Overqualified’ does not necessarily mean ‘smart’

An overqualified employee is as bright as a button, but is this button hanging loose and ready to fall? Highly educated people possessing a...

Western Region NIPM Conclave to be held on March 15 and...

National Institute of Personnel Management will be organising its 'Western Region HR Conclave' on March 15 & 16, 2019 at Hotel Sofitel, BKC. The...

HRBP to play transformation officer to drive business

‘HR’ and ‘business’ are not isolated from one another, anymore. Their tracks are not parallel as before either. The human resource business partner (HRBP)...

Will bureaucracy play spoilsport in ‘lateral hiring’ by Government?

Senior corporate leaders welcome this fresh move by the government, but they also have their share of apprehension. HRKatha reports. 

Round & Around: The year that went by

Adil Malia captures the year that went by and classifies how the world of HR changed in 2017. 

Five roles that HR can be equated to

In any organisation, HR is one function that can be seen in different lights. Here are five roles that HR leaders unconsciously end up donning.

Modern fiefdoms: Why succession planning is a taboo in family business

Succession planning is a must to avoid future conflicts but most companies shy away from even broaching this topic.

How Sarahah can ruin work culture

Will this tool, meant for giving constructive feedback, end up encouraging backbiting? 

Geethaa Ghaneckar moves from Raymond to Raheja

Ghaneckar, who was part of the Raymond HR leadership team for over eight years, will now lead the people agenda at the Raheja Universal.

Coach vs. Captain: What it takes for a fruitful relationship

A coach should be able to establish trust with the team, especially the high performers.

HR veteran Adil Malia launches a people-centric website

The website aims to share knowledge and improve learning through an engaging medium.

 

Is IT losing its sheen as favourite employer?

With dipping revenues, falling hiring numbers and the kind of talent sought by IT industry undergoing a massive change, what will keep the charm intact? 

Happiness is a choice individuals make and organisations facilitate: CEOs at...

We are living in interesting times with not just changes but unpredictability in different dimensions impacting society, organisations and individuals.

Workplace citizenship: The way to nurture loyalists

Are organisations truly able to create an enabling environment to make people feel valued, cared for and connected to the soul of the organisation?

10 talent trends of 2017: Adil Malia

Couple of days to go and ten trends that organisations need, to get future smart and future ready in 2017.

Obituary: Deloitte’s former chief people officer, Dhananjay Bansod’s journey meets a...

Bansod met with an accident while boarding a train in Mumbai and breathed his last on the way to the hospital.

Do white collars need a ‘union’ for their voice?

White-collar employees are left to fight on their own in case of mass retrenchment, unlike their manufacturing counterparts. Should there be a union to ensure them a fair deal?

New Year Special: How should a leader strategise in 2016?

An analysis, on upcoming challenges in ‘Strategic People Management’ which people leaders will have to gear for this year.

7th Pay Commission: Compensation changes have a positive though very limited...

Let us creatively appreciate the highlights and take a guess whether this additional cost will create gross national value on the hypothesis: 'happy, engaged and motivated employees co-create better yield'!

“Culture eats strategy for breakfast,” Adil Malia

Adil Malia, group president, HR at Essar group, has worked across industries, cultures, regions and functions. From FMCG to hardcore engineering and infrastructure; from a Global MNCs such as GE, Coca-Cola to promoter led companies such as Essar and Godrej; from India to West Asia from employee relations, training, HRM, organisational development to marketing in tactical and strategic roles.

He shares with HR Katha his candid views on the state of human resources function in India.

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How to meet the expectations of today’s learner and learning environment?

It is no secret that the global health crisis has led organisations to quickly rethink their existing business processes and undertake several workplace shifts,...

Close big engagement gaps with little things: Appreciation at work

You say “Thank you”. What they hear is, “Please accept my standard, HR protocol-approved format for acknowledging your most recent activity that was intended...

Strategic rewards and recognition best practices

Luminous India realised that a strong rewards and recognition strategy was necessary to build a culture of innovation amongst its employees. Xoxoday helped design...

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7 Employee Engagement Strategies to Adopt Post Lockdown Period

The ongoing pandemic has pushed many businesses into a state of turmoil. Several countries had to initiate lockdown procedures to stop the spread of...

The undeniable link between employee benefits & engagement

With most of the millennials already in the workforce and Generation Z slowly increasing its footprint in the corporate world, Employee Perks and Benefits...

5 Employee Benefits Your Workforce Actually Wants

Retaining employees is a marathon and not a sprint. We have moved past the age when a handsome  salary was all that employees sought....

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How Akzo Nobel went people-first through the lockdown

As a part of its learning efforts, Akzo Nobel, the paint and coating manufacturing major, took measures to ensure that employees were able to...

Close big engagement gaps with little things: Appreciation at work

You say “Thank you”. What they hear is, “Please accept my standard, HR protocol-approved format for acknowledging your most recent activity that was intended...

Are fun weekend activities a boon or a bane for employees?

Team outings and casual weekend cocktail hours seem to have become history now. While these were opportunities for some employees to break the ice...

Survivor’s guilt: What those who escape the axe feel after layoff

These past few months have been witness to multiple layoffs across companies, in various sectors. The remaining lot feel relieved, yes, but they also...

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The right people policy for startups – Madan Nagaldinne

You happen to have worked mostly with large organisations. How different is it working for a startup now? When you have worked for big...
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“Archaic HR processes force millennials to switch jobs often,” Niti Khosla, lead people analytics...

Friendly and jolly Niti Khosla, lead-people analytics and business impact, Novartis International, is a true HR leader with the ability to understand people and...

“Traditional organisations use ‘startups’ as proxy to build an agile organisation,” Rahul Garg, founder,...

Moglix offers a variety of products from safety and electronics to office tools. The Company aims to make an impact worth $100 billion dollars...