Tag: Airtel

Airtel gets Amrita Padda from Unilever as chief people officer

Telecom service provider, Bharti Airtel, has brought in Amrita Padda as chief people officer. She will resume her new role with effect from October...

IIM Bangalore team wins Airtel’s case study contest

Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Bangalore’s Team Conquerors won the 2020 edition of iCreate – Airtel’s annual case study contest for business schools. The...

Airtel to give out one-time bonus as a token of appreciation

Amidst the pandemic, when companies are either laying off employees or reducing their salaries, telecommunications giant Bharti Airtel has come out to play saviour...

Airtel adopts the virtual route, onboards summer interns from top B-schools

Within  a week of the lockdown being announced, several organisations had already started planning a reduction in hiring numbers due to the economic burden....

AGR dues may result in 10,000 job cuts at Vodafone Idea

Vodafone Idea may have to shut shop if it is required to pay all the pending adjust gross revenue (AGR) dues to the Government...

40,000 jobs may be axed in Indian telecom sector

The Supreme Court (SC) has asked the telecom companies, such as Airtel and Vodafone Idea to pay up about Rs 92,461 crore to the...

Gautam Anand resigns as CPO, Airtel, India and South Asia

An Airtel spokesperson has confirmed the exit and said that Gautam is leaving due to personal reasons. A little over a year after he was...

7% average increase in employee remuneration at Bharti Airtel in FY...

The 10,205 strong workforce at Bharti Airtel received an average increase in remuneration (excluding the senior managers) of seven per cent during FY 2018-19. The...

Airtel elevates Gautam Anand as chief people officer

Anand has been part of the Airtel family since 2009. He has climbed up the rungs of the Company having worked in various capacities.

Airtel–Telenor merger costs 700 jobs

Almost the same number of employees were also absorbed into the merged entity. 

Airtel gets Coursera to upskill its workforce for the future

Airtel staff will upgrade their skillsets in domains, such as emerging technologies, network technologies, cloud computing and leadership and soft skills.

How Airtel leverages young talent to stay ahead in business

Through its ‘Young Leaders’ programme, Airtel engages with young talent very early on, allowing them to experience the best of the corporate world.

Prabir Jha, Anuranjita Kumar, Nathan SV top the HR Power Profiles

LinkedIn Power Profiles 2016 is a celebration of members who are not only great at what they do, but have also invested in their professional identity on LinkedIn

Airtel wakes up to gender diversity

The telecom company has tried to address a serious issue with a change in policy, which will ensure that women employees will get the same role or an equivalent one once she returns from her 22 weeks of maternity leave.

Why the future will be different for telecom sector?

Mobile services have been around in India for 20 years. What they have done to the country is nothing less than transformational. The network effect on India’s social and economic fabric is immeasurable. Its impact on personal living styles and family relationships is intense. And there is more to come! The future is going to be very different. For employees in this sector, it will all be about ‘jobs never done before. Here is a parallel drawn between telecom and startups.

Realising the potential of a new-age workforce

The panel shared their respective companies’ take on enhancing the potential of their workforce.

Airtel’s HR Head, Srikanth Karra, calls it quits

Karra had joined Airtel in May, 2014.

Airtel: Putting fresh brains to work

Finding innovative ways for campus recruitment has become imperative for companies to attract the best and the right talent.

How personalised learning can transform capability development in 2021

According to the World Economic Forum, there is a fierce urgency for reskilling in the world, as over one billion jobs have been transformed...

Dilemmas and decision making – How coaching can help leaders at...

Leaders, especially, talented and competent ones, are critical for organisations. They perform well under pressure and willingly step up when required to shoulder a...

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Stop bragging about back-to-back meetings!

With the advent of the hybrid work model, corporate operation has taken an unforeseen turn. Employees — who are already reeling under the challenges...

TerraPay gets Vinay Trivedi as its global head – HR

TerraPay, the digital solutions company, has appointed Vinay Trivedi as its new global head of HR. In this role, Trivedi will lead the HR...

Will full vaccination be compulsory for employees to return to office?

Given the positive signs in the form of decline in daily number of positive cases and deaths due to COVID in the country, many...

DA of Central government staff hiked to 28%

The Centre has given its approval to the proposal for hiking dearness and house rent allowances. The dearness allowance (DA) has been increased to...

DIALOGUE

“If CEO is the father of an organisation, CHRO is the mother,” Pankaj Lochan

Q. You have been shuttling between HR and manufacturing roles. Was it a well-thought out strategy or did you just go with the flow...

Binding multi-faceted employees with Titan Values

Titan has different sets of employees for different functions and verticals, ranging from the shopfloor to the retail stores. How do you bring in...

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...