Tag: low performers

Exxon to cut 10% of jobs every year

Exxon Mobil Corp., the American multinational oil and gas corporation, will reduce its workforce across offices in the US, by five to 10 per...

Performance improvement programme begins at Tata Motors

As part of its endeavour to nurture a culture of performance and accountability, Tata Motors has announced the introduction of a performance improvement programme...

Why a coaching culture and not any other culture?

“Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?” “That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,”...

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Vedantu lays off 424 more

The news of Vedantu laying off 200 employees had hardly sunk in and the edtech company has again let go about seven per cent...

Sumith Sumithran appointed head of people for India, at Branch

Branch International, the global personal finance app, has appointed Sumith Sumithran as head of people for India operations. Backed by over 14 years of HR...

Indian Railways eliminated 72,000 posts in 6 years

Indian Railways has abolished at least 72,000 Group C and D posts over the last six years in response to a proposal for surrendering...

Gati steers DE&I agenda, starts all-women shift at operating units

In some of the sectors, attracting women talent has always remained a challenge. One of them is the logistics and transportation sector in India,...

DIALOGUE

“Being good to everyone is being unjust to performers,” Mathew Job, CEO, Crompton

Q. In today’s times, what’s more challenging for a CEO like you — profit & business growth, talent & people, diversification, compliance or managing...

“A CEO needs to acknowledge the silent majority who create the company’s fortunes” S...

Q. RPG is a diversified group with businesses spread across sectors and domains. however, its brands have a strong individual identity unlike other business...

“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...