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Gajendra Chandel decides to move on after 14 years with the...

After spending almost fourteen glorious years with the Tata Group, Gajendra Chandel, CHRO, Tata Motors has put in his papers. According to an internal...

How automation can turn HR into an inhuman species

It should help organisations become more effective and not take away the human aspect out of HR, feels experts.

Ensuring the ‘human’ in the Future of Work: BIY Coaching Festival

All facets, such as how a leader should be a coach, how a CEO creates a coaching culture and how a CHRO acts as custodian of ‘humanness’ at the workplace will be discussed at the event on 14 June.

Tata Motors and Symbiosis to kick-start first batch of PG management...

The first batch of managers will undergo a comprehensive general management programme covering operations, finance, people management, supply chain, marketing, and so on.

HR heads on respectful ‘aap’ over friendly ‘tu’

Despite people trying to maintain professionalism at the workplace, local languages and dialects do impact the overall work environment in many ways.

Tata Motors and ASDC certify first batch of trainees in Sanand...

Tata Motors plans to skill 40,000 people in three to four years across all plants, subsidiaries and dealer networks.

Why Tata Motors turned flat

To create a work environment where people seek development in its real terms and not settle for artificial growth, Tata Motors has just done away with the age-old system of fancy designations.

Realising the potential of a new-age workforce

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

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Continuous learning is the key to future success for organisations

The business scenario these days is so dynamic that it is keeping companies on their toes. It’s not just hard to predict where and...

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Cat naps can increase productivity!

Risposo in Italy, inemuri in Japan or simply siesta in Spain and other countries— call it what you may, but research has shown that...

Make Monday a ‘Fun’ day

The noun 'blues' refers to a 'sad' feeling, and has nothing to do with the colour blue. This feeling may arise from laziness or...

Eli Lilly plays guardian angel to its employees

In the pharma industry, the sales team comprises remote workers. The work of these salespeople generally requires them to travel, usually on two wheelers,...

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How to turn your managers into great leaders

While travelling for work, a delayed flight had forced me to wait at the airport. Rather than wasting time playing Candy Crush on my...

AkzoNobel appoints Anushree Singh as country HR director

Anushree Singh has joined AkzoNobel as country HR Director, India Subcontinent. In her new role, she will report to Marieke Bos-van den Berg, HR...

Managing culture and values using employee behaviour

“What differentiates these extraordinarily successful firms from others? How have they been able to make it when others have failed? The major distinguishing feature...

Mobile app for recruitment and boosting productivity at Aditya Birla Capital

Realising that the conventional legacy systems were affecting productivity, Aditya Birla Capital has now adopted a mobile app that takes care of all employee...

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“A true leader is not dependent on title or designation,” Dwarakanath

It was a Friday afternoon, when the HRKatha team got the opportunity to meet a man who is not just a recognised leader but...

“Successful women are ambitious and focussed on their careers,” Shalini Pillay

She understands the imperatives for an organisation from a talent perspective. She possesses the consulting skills required to provide solutions. She is also a...

“Automation will create a multiplier effect in the economy, which people don’t understand,” Ravi...

Automation and the volatile behaviour of workers have brought in a lot of challenges for HR in the changing automobile industry, which is now...