Tag: Maruti Suzuki

IR: Are Indian workers becoming more volatile?

Recently, there was a video doing the rounds where a mob of people including both men and women were seen mercilessly beating up two...

Vinod Rai elevated as the head-HR (Engineering, QA, and Rohtak R&D),...

Rai has been with the company for more than six years.

Why Maruti Suzuki says ‘No’ to middleman in hiring

To hire only the best, the automobile manufacturer has eliminated middlemen who hire contract workers just for the sake of filling up positions rather than ensuring quality checks.How Maruti Suzuki ensures quality hires at grassroot.

Maruti, SBI, Apollo, Reliance, Nestle, Bosch, Jindal Steel among 16 others...

The award recognises and acknowledges innovative training practices across sectors.

Coca-Cola India rejigs its senior HR team

Sameer Wadhawan, vice-president, human resources, will now head franchise capability and business transformation. Manu Narang Wadhwa, from American Express, will replace him as head-HR.

Maruti Suzuki to introduce best Japanese shopfloor practices – Kaizen and...

An industrial training institute will also mark the start of a collaboration, between the governments of Japan and India, to create skilled manpower for manufacturing in India.

Workers at Maruti to get an average hike of Rs 16,800...

The agreement will be implemented with effect from April 1, 2015 till March 31, 2018. The arrears will be paid in three instalments over three years.

How Maruti Nexa pampered its new joinees

Nexa not only acquired talent from diverse sectors but also made sure that new joinees experienced the luxury before trying to sell one. 

Five ways leaders can accelerate innovation in their organisation

Leaders are at the forefront of this change and tasked with giving direction to their organisations, to successfully emerge from this crisis unscathed. It...

Time for the ‘optimism tonic’

Will I still be employed at the end of the year? Will my children be able to attend school anytime soon? What if there...

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Can Big Data lead to HR stereotypes?

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Labour Codes 2020: Reforms to encourage women to work

The Government has taken various measures to ensure that more women participate in the labour force. These include childcare facilities, increase in paid maternity...

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“Archaic HR processes force millennials to switch jobs often,” Niti Khosla, lead people analytics...

Friendly and jolly Niti Khosla, lead-people analytics and business impact, Novartis International, is a true HR leader with the ability to understand people and...