Tag: Rajendra Mehta

Extension post superannuation — Why and how?

It is not uncommon to find senior employees being granted extension after superannuation, especially in public-sector undertakings. The general notion is that PSUs value...

Rajendra Mehta succeeds Kaustubh Sonalkar as group CHRO at Welspun

Welspun Group, the Indian conglomerate with diverse businesses, has elevated Rajendra Mehta to the position of group CHRO, with effect from September 1, as...

Welspun India promotes innovation through inclusive employee programme

Welspun India, the global home textiles company, has launched an organisation-wide programme, Manthan, to nurture and promote an entrepreneurial work culture. Founded on the...

Desi HR in a foreign land: Five tips to succeed

Managing HR in a foreign land is not an easy task, especially for people who have majorly spent their time working in homeland. So,...

How are organisations mapping talent in the era of AI?

Talent mapping in a large organisation with thousands of employees is almost like hunting for a needle in a haystack. To map the right...

Why do we hate to love our tough bosses?

A perfect boss is an illusion. We either have a soft boss or a tough one, and though we learn to deal with both,...

Rajendra Mehta is new CHRO, Welspun India

Welspun India has announced the appointment of Rajendra Mehta as its new president and CHRO. In his new role, Mehta will be leading the...

Are employees in a promoter-led organisation more driven and loyal?

While an empowering organisational culture surely does drive employees and makes them loyal, companies with greater influence of promoters witness faster decision-making, which, in turn, motivates employees. 

‘Better Together’: DHFL celebrates woman power

The company realises the extreme importance of women as partners in the organisation’s journey of  growth.

Profile: Rajendra Mehta: Creating smaller impacts for a larger success

Meet Rajendra Mehta, chief people officer, DHFL, who is passionate about impacting people’s professional lives for good, leading them to success, fulfilling their aspirations and turning smaller impacts into bigger successes for the organisation and its people.

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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Infosys staff can expect at least 12% hike in salary

It is time for employees at Infosys to cheer. The IT major has decided to grant an average salary hike of 12 to 13...

Omega Seiki Mobility hires Nida Khanam as CHRO

Omega Seiki Mobility (OSM) — part of the Anglian Omega group of businesses, focusing on manufacturing of steel for the automotive industry in India...

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,...

Netflix tells employees to quit if they dislike content on platform

Netflix has told its employees that if they do not align with the content the Company produces, they can choose to quit the Company....

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“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...