Tag: Lalit Kar
The salary cut conundrum: Exploring resistance and strategies after layoffs
How different is ‘The Great Attrition’ from ‘The Great Resignation’
How to make quiet firing amicable
How the role of a TA leader changes during mass layoffs
Why the process of hiring a CEO is tricky
Why talent from small town india is more stable
Is digital transformation less about technology & more about mindset?
Can a penalty clause in offer letter stop ghosting by candidates?
Contrary to the belief, managers have gained more importance now
“Participation and sustainability of women’s employment will increase,” Lalit Kar
Why ‘micromanagement’ as a managerial trait is hard to do away...
Budget 21: What HR feels about the measures announced
Budget 2021: What HR wants
Has the COVID-19 vaccine drive really boosted hiring intent?
Payroll in India: How HR navigated tough times
Variable vs fixed pay: Has the war intensified due to COVID-19?
Why public shaming of candidates is just not acceptable
How companies are leveraging technology to build candidate relationship
Lalit Kar joins Reliance Digital as SVP and head-HR
How and when ‘Industrial Relations’ transformed into ‘Human Resources’
From a labour-focussed function, to a more talent-management one, the human resources function has undergone massive transformation since its inception about two decades back. HRKatha traces this journey.
Case Analysis: Are employee referral policies fair enough?
Industry leaders share their perspectives on a case that involves glitches in the employee referral process.
Employee behaviour: A new metric in performance review
Swiss bank, UBS, has introduced ‘employee behaviour’ as an integral part of the performance review giving as much as 30 per cent weightage while deciding the bonus payable to the employee.
New Year Special: Will talent demand meet infra boom?
The infrastructure industry is ready for a boom—both from the government policy front, and due to heavy investment from the private sector. But where is the talent in India to execute these projects?
Is the Peter Principle relevant today?
The Principle was definitely applicable when individual careers were typically stable, linear and mostly confined to one company. Surprisingly, in the new workplace, the rule still holds true, though the context has changed.
Lalit Kar moves to GVK as head-HR, Mumbai Airport
Prior to this, Kar was V-P and head-HR, Reliance Digital.
Rewards, recognition & motivation
What is more effective — rewards or recognition? Each has its own advantages. HR Katha finds the right strategy to keep the workforce motivated.