Tag: senior HR leader

How AI hyper-personalises the employee experiences

The cookie-cutter approach to HR is crumbling. Today's diverse workforce craves personalised experiences that cater to their unique needs and aspirations. Artificial intelligence (AI),...

The rise of skill-based pay in a transforming workforce

In the bustling heart of a tech firm, two colleagues sit side-by-side, code pulsing on their screens. Employee A, armed with a top-tier degree...

Why chaos sparks innovation

Forget the perfectly planned charts and predictable brainstorming sessions. When it comes to real innovation, the most groundbreaking ideas often sprout in the messy...

Why global HR practices do not work in India

What is people management all about? It is about dealing with humans, that is, the people who make businesses successful. Therefore, no matter how...

How the onboarding of CXOs is different from other employees

The onboarding of employees is doubtlessly the most crucial part of the recruitment process after sending out the appointment letters. Companies have started realising...

Why do companies post ‘ghost jobs’?

After a two-year career break post her pregnancy, Payal was once again looking to kick-start her career as a content writer. However, even after...

Realities of gig working

A full-time employee may find working as a freelancer or a gig worker fascinating in many ways. After all, freelancers appear to have all...

How to eliminate gaps between employees and their immediate bosses

The differences between employees and their managers can be easily done away with if the managers are adequately trained in this area Employee retention has...

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...

How can organisations encourage employees to return to office?

With remote work having become a norm, organisations, the world over, are mulling over creative measures to entice workers back to the workplace. In...

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...

Is reinventing jobs easier said than done in an automated world?

How do we humans perceive machines and robots? Either we see them as big threats or as great friends that will make our lives...

How to keep overenthusiastic leaders from spoiling the work environment

According to a recent survey conducted at Randstad US, 60 per cent of employees have quit their jobs, or are considering quitting because of...

How to make quiet firing amicable

After quiet quitting, ‘quiet firing’ is the latest buzzword being bandied about on social media. Scarcely a new phenomenon, quiet firing refers to a...

The CIO-CHRO winning team of automation – How do the two...

The role of the CHRO has been reimagined in recent years. Organisations now task HR with driving the digitalisation of the workforce and operations...

Why loners shouldn’t be forced to become team players

The archetypal lone wolf at the workplace isn’t very difficult to spot. Generally speaking, a loner is an individual who likes to work all...

How to ensure political or social debates do not blow out...

As most professionals will confirm, discussions on political and social issues at the workplace are largely discouraged. It is like an unwritten rule or...

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...

Why is the job market becoming so volatile?

Flash back to 2020, when the pandemic had struck and lockdowns were imposed all over the world. The period had witnessed a tech boom....

How to keep existing employees engaged amidst mass layoffs

Globally, layoffs are happening in every other company. The fear of recession has caused many big brands such as Microsoft, Google, Tesla, Twitter, Netflix...

How to instill a sense of ownership in employees

Building a culture of ownership within the workforce is a gradual process, as it involves trust, patience, empathy and a deep understanding of skill...

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...

Who is right — Sandeep or Shreyas?

A very interesting yet intriguing post is doing the rounds on social media, where a candidate and his interviewer are pulling up each other...

How can organisations nip coteries in the bud?

A small group of people chatting over lunch or during coffee break at the workplace, is normal and fine, and rather acceptable. However, such...

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...

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...

Salary raise for Hong Kong Airlines staff

Hong Kong Airlines is giving its employees a pay raise. Starting 1 February 2024, eligible workers will see their salaries go up. Flight crews...

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Chaos, disruptions, employee protests mark Byju’s investor meeting

Byju's is in the news again because of disruptions during its investor extraordinary general meeting (EGM). Anonymous individuals tried to disrupt the virtual proceedings. According...

“No productivity without trust: 2024’s challenge is to rebuild the human connection,” Manish Sinha

Talent tango: Fresh faces, sharp skills, or tech triumph? HR’s 2024 balancing act Our 90 per cent frontline workforce in the financial sector is the...

BuzzFeed to axe 16% roles; to parts ways with ‘Complex’

With an aim to refocus on its iconic brands, BuzzFeed, a digital-media company, has decided to slash 16 per cent of its workforce. The...

HDFC ERGO attempts to build an inclusive India with ‘Love All’ initiative

In a commitment to build inclusive India, HDFC ERGO, a general insurance company, has launched a 'Love All' initiative. The initiative stands by the...

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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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