Tag: Mahipal Nair

“India’s pay game will shift in 2024: Work-life dance will shape...

Talent tango: Fresh faces, sharp skills, or tech triumph? HR’s 2024 balancing act In 2024, priorities of the HR will revolve around a triumvirate: attracting...

CHRO Mahipal Nair elevated to MD at Trellix 

Trellix, a cybersecurity firm that specialises in extended detection and response (XDR), has named Mahipal Nair as managing director of Trellix India.  Nair, who previously...

Should employees ‘act’ their wage?

When employees ‘act their wage’ at the workplace, it means their behaviour and performance are aligned with the compensation they receive. In other words,...

Is it right to terminate employees for their behaviour outside of...

Today we all live in a ‘socially woke’ era, where one wrong step can put one in the spotlight zone of hashtags, boycotts, bans...

Why is employee leasing even more important in this volatile period?

Employee leasing isn’t a new term for the HR fraternity. For the uninitiated, it is a business arrangement wherein a company outsources certain HR functions...

Why some inclusive leaders are more successful

How inclusive a team is depends on the leadership. Inclusive leaders take their team members along with them, irrespective of their culture, gender, faith,...

Why should companies maintain parity in employees’ Diwali gifts?

Corporate gifting in India has reached another level with organisations trying to outdo each other in choosing the most creative and useful gifts for...

Why having a good candidate experience is equally important

The journey of a prospective employee who has applied for a role in a company is referred to as the candidate experience. While organisations...

Jugglers are much sought after by employers

Soham is celebrating his recent promotion. For the first time, he has been elevated to a managerial role. At first, he basks in the...

Trellix ropes in Mahipal Nair as VP-HR

Mahipal Nair, who was CHRO- South Asia, Africa, Middle East at NielsenIQ, has now joined Trellix — the cyber security company carved out of...

Why employees are hesitant to return to office

It is difficult to adapt to change and get into something new. Agreed. However, it can be as difficult, if not more, to undo...

Why CHROs command the same pay as other CXOs

In the last two years, organisations have seen the wrath of the pandemic and also realised that ‘people’ are at the core of the...

“The war of talent will force organisations to be more innovative...

A big change in 2022 Organisations that find ways to redesign work and bring more simplicity in processes, foster a trusting and empowering culture. Automation...

How the ‘goblin mode’ has impacted the Indian workforce

As a working professional, is your wardrobe full of clothes that you haven’t touched in the last two years? Have you been spending more...

How to go about rehiring an old employee

Given the deluge of resignations that the HR is having to deal with these days, the likelihood of some of these resignees returning to...

Has ‘The Great Resignation’ changed the career pathing mechanism for companies?

A close examination of the talent trends over the last couple of decades will reveal that a lot has changed. Earlier, professionals rarely switched...

Are those with a commercial background suitable for an HR role?

Many say that HR, as a function, is pretty soft in nature. After all, it involves the people of the organisation. For professionals working...

Why have different evaluation parameters for internal & external hires?

It is often a dilemma for companies whether to go for ready talent from the market, or groom talent internally. However, that's an old...

How happiness at workplace differs across geographies

Happiness@work is a regular series, where HRKatha talks about how companies are ensuring happiness at work. With work stress and employees’ mental wellbeing becoming...

What’s the ideal first job duration for the ‘career nomad’?

Traditionally speaking, a person’s first job gives them an avenue to explore their capabilities and build the necessary skills to succeed in their professional...

Why the effect of mindfulness changes as we move from Asia...

Mindfulness is an old practice that originated in the Buddhist culture. From a culture point of view, the behaviours and characteristics of people in...

Is the company culture under threat?

Many of us have not met our colleagues, subordinates and friends at work for a long time now. Yes, we are all interacting virtually,...

Are we crossing boundaries while digitally monitoring employees?

It is natural for organisations to want to monitor their employees in some way or the other irrespective of one is working from office...

Has crisis given rise to the need for cross-functional learning?

When the lockdown was announced, people and organisations had no clue as to what hit them. The sudden crisis changed everything overnight. All signs...

‘Work to learn’ to ‘learn to work’: Are we ready?

Some of the leading HR professionals, and learning and development (L&D) officials of India Inc., came together on a single platform, to discuss the...

TGHRD, L&D special: Top 15 L&D & HR leaders are debating...

Many recent studies and researches have confirmed that reskilling and upskilling of the workforce is one of the biggest challenges that businesses are facing...

How this energy company is championing employee inclusivity & engagement

In today’s competitive business landscape, fostering an inclusive and engaging work environment is not just a feel-good initiative; it’s a strategic imperative. Jakson Green,...

Trident’s Asmita leaves blossom into inclusive workplaces

Forget the tired trope of corporate activism. In the heart of India's textile industry, Trident, a manufacturing company, is quietly weaving a revolution in...
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Engagement is outdated: The future of success lies in ‘employee involvement’

In the ever-evolving landscape of the contemporary workplace, a profound metamorphosis is underway, challenging the conventional emphasis on employee engagement. This paradigm shift posits...
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Tata Steel: Journey through excellence in talent acquisition 

Tata Steel, part of the Tata Group, is a multinational steel-making company headquartered in Mumbai, India. It is one of the world's leading steel...

Singapore introduces flexible work guidelines

In Singapore, fresh measures are on the horizon for workers, as they gain the right to request four-day work weeks, increased work-from-home opportunities, and...

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Why male allies are key to gender parity

The tide is turning. The glass ceiling, once a formidable barrier, is starting to crack. But this shift isn’t driven solely by the relentless...

Ikea to train 3,000 in AI

Ikea has committed to an ambitious initiative: equipping approximately 3,000 co-workers and 500 leaders with the essential skills in artificial intelligence (AI). These training programmes...

Investing in women to accelerate progress—the only way forward

Despite so much talk about progress and equity, in 2024, women still face barriers in leadership roles. They make up nearly half of the...

US, Japan to boost Philippines semiconductor workforce

Pledging to nurture talent and foster innovation, the US, Japan and the Philippines unveiled a bold collaboration. The move aims to propel the Philippines...

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Data analytics and not technology will redefine HR

Q. How satisfying has been your professional journey of 39 years? A. It has been a bagful of mixed experiences. At times I have been...

EQ, IQ & empathy define the success of a CEO

Q. You spent 16 years at LIC before moving to a corporate role at ICICI Prudential. Now, 22 years on, I am still curious...

“The big change has been that we have moved from jobs to skills,” Amaresh...

Q. How would you define the culture at GE? A. Having been present in this region since 1902, GE has been around for 120 years....
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