Tag: Sriharsha Achar

How different is the game plan to retain CXOs

Since the mindset and intellect of CXOs is very different from that of other employees, a different strategy has to be followed to retain...

HR team will expand in 2022 to keep the remote teams...

A big change in 2022 For the three Ws — work, workforce and workplace — there will be three playgrounds —physical, digital and phygital. Different...

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...

What subjects should one graduate in for a bright future in...

Clarity regarding the scope of human resources management may be absent in people fresh out of schools or even colleges. Not surprising, since this...

What’s so special about video resumes?

With multiple functions getting digitised at companies across the world, one of the key changes witnessed in the hiring process is that virtual interaction...

Is India Inc. privy to the idea of a third workspace?

As we slowly return towards normalcy, employers and employees debate the workspace of the future. While some lean towards the reopening of workspaces, many...

Is the use of AI in hiring leading to talent spillage?

Given the continuous growth and development in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics, it is highly unlikely for any facet of our...

Some of the best suited job roles for ex-servicemen

An ex-serviceman can offer a variety of skills and competencies to employers in the corporate world. In the last half a decade or so,...

At times, leaders do need a title

It is said that leadership is an attitude, not a title. Not every boss is a leader and vice versa. At times, however, we...

Who’s finding it difficult in the new hybrid world of work:...

The world of work has changed since March 2020, and in the last 14 months, people have adapted to remote working or hybrid working...

Even CXOs can feel stagnated in their career

It's common for mid-level managers to feel stuck and stagnated, when they can’t foresee any further growth path. In some cases, existing jobs are...

“Managers will have to quickly change gears,” Sriharsha Achar

  2020: What to learn – what to erase Remote working has turned mainstream, and this is the biggest boon for the workplace. With cities locked...

Sriharsha Achar is CHRO, Star Health & Allied Insurance

Sriharsha A Achar, who was CHRO, HDFC Ergo General Insurance Services, is now the joint executive director and CHRO, at Star Health & Allied...

Leadership swap before a mass layoff

Often, when businesses are in turmoil, the leadership is faced with the task of making some tough choices, and downsizing is one of them....

Sriharsha Achar quits Apollo Hospitals, joins HDFC Ergo General Insurance Services

Sriharsha Achar, director-HR, Apollo Hospitals, has decided to move on. He is taking on a new role as chief human resources officer (CHRO), at...

Reality check: How much do organisations value eNPS?

While the level of customer engagement is seen as an important metric to plan business strategy, measuring the level of employee engagement is left in hindsight.

Office romance: Should HR play cupid or devil?

This Valentine’s Day, HRKatha tries to find out what HR heads should do when they learn about some office romance brewing. Should they let cupid win or guard the culture against it?

Traditional approaches have to take a backseat: Sriharsha Achar

From more empowerment to moon lighting, Sriharsha Achar, executive director & chief people officer, Apollo Munich Health Insurance shares eight major trends for HR to look forward to this year.

How cognitive computing is creating a new HR

With cognitive computing technologies bringing in the power to self-learn and adapt, just as humans do, HR can create a much larger impact.

Sriharsha Achar makes a move after 8 Yrs: to join Max...

Achar has spent eight years with Apollo Munich as chief people officer, contributing considerably to its growth.

Adding colours to mundane jobs

Corporate wellness initiatives should also focus on how people’s personal and social lives can be made happy.

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,”...

Return to office hasn’t been a good experience for Tesla employees

Recently, Employees at Tesla’s Fremont, Calif, office resumed working from the office full time after a long remote working arrangement. Since Elon Musk, CEO, Tesla...

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Advance Auto Parts India GCC collaborates with academia for bridging skill gap

The Global Capability Centre (GCC) of Advance Auto Parts in Hyderabad, an auto part aftermarket firm has signed an MoU (Memorandum Of Understanding) with...

KPMG US & Canada to launch a metaverse collaboration hub for employees and clients

KPMG has announced the launch of a metaverse collaboration hub where employees, clients and communities will connect, engage and explore opportunities for growth across...

Layoffs continue in edtech: Whitehat Jr fires 300 employees

Edtech company Whitehat Jr, which was acquired by BYJU’s in 2020, has laid around 300 employees. The downsizing would affect employees both in India...

How the millennials at MTR Foods are enjoying global exposure

Across organisations, it is the millennials who will be seen coming forward to take up leadership roles in the future. Therefore, engaging this younger...

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“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...

“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...