Tag: Praveer Priyadarshi

How to judiciously design R&R based on business’ performance

The importance of a robust Rewards and Recognition (R&R) system in an organisation cannot be denied. After all, it is one of the major...

How the role of a TA leader changes during mass layoffs

It is common knowledge that the role of a talent-acquisition (TA) leader is to craft a talent-acquisition strategy for the company. That means, creating...

How HR sensitises the workforce to social issues

Many organisations in India Inc., especially in the manufacturing space, have certain sustainability goals and aims — such as reducing carbon footprints and using...

Can corporate India have one-job, one-pay?

PwC Australia recently revealed the salaries of all of its eighty thousand employees. Its report included pay brackets for Senior associates ($141,500-150,000 a year), Managers...

The age battle for CEOs: young vs old

Parag Agarwal, the CEO of Twitter is only 37 years old. Sundar Pichai became the CEO of Google in 2015, when he was only...

Process-driven approach can slow down decision making

The bigger an organisation, the more the processes and hierarchies there will be within it. During the startup phase, the teams are small, processes...

Why it makes business sense to know candidate’s current CTC

When a ban was imposed in the US on enquiring about salary history during interviews, the move made quite the noise. Employers are prohibited...

How to identify and deal with dissenters

There’s always that one person in a team who is an excellent performer but has unpleasant habits. It is typical of such people to...

“HR has to be a ‘value multiplier’,” Praveer Priyadarshi

2020: What to learn – what to erase The year has presented discontinuities that have impacted everyone without exceptions. However, this has also resulted in...

Location Bias: It matters which part of the town one comes...

A LinkedIn user who is a recruiter, mentioned an experience wherein she got to hear something shocking from her client. She reveals that the...

Can hybrid working breed availability heuristic at the workplace?

The hybrid model of work is the new normal now after 2020 saw an unprecedented shift to remote working. Many organisations have already switched...

Will L&D get a larger share in HR budgets post COVID-19?

In any organisation, the human resources budget takes into account a lot of parameters — from selection and placement, compensation and benefits, background checks,...

Automated resume screening has turned talent into lemons

Eliminating web pages stuffed with irrelevant keywords is not a struggle exclusive to search engines. Recruiters and hiring managers too have to navigate resumes...

How the definition of ‘star performer’ has changed post COVID

Employees’ performance has always been the topic of discussion at the workplace. From intense discussions and Powerpoint presentations, to a series of evaluations, there...

“Extensive talent mapping of the industry, with focus on adjacent industries,...

  More Power to HR in 2019 Power to the HR department will not be bestowed upon by other departments. HR can only become more powerful...

Google employees  protest against mass layoffs

Google, the tech giant, recently fired approximately 12,000 employees in January, which resulted in protests from workers in both the US coasts. The workers...

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How laid-off tech talent can be leveraged by non-tech sectors

In recent months, the tech industry has seen a significant number of layoffs as companies adjust to the economic impact of the pandemic. While...

Meta’s middle managers are now on notice

Having sacked over 11,000 employees in a layoff news that created waves, Meta is now looking to axe middle-management roles. The tech giant has already...

Pension reforms being pushed forward: France goes on strike

A nationwide strike on Tuesday marched in opposition and caused disruptions in French public transportation as protests took place across the country in response...

Oman’s labour ministry takes action against private sector company

The Ministry of Labour, through its subsidiary the Directorate General of Labour in Al-Dhahirah Governorate, has taken decisive action against a private sector company...

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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....

“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...