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  • “We don’t just Train, We Stimulate” Alyque Padamsee, Chairman, The London Institute of Corporate Training, has trained some of the best communication people in the country. Conferred with the Padmashree Award, he is also the only Indian to be voted Excerpts:
  • Paysquare, Making Hassle- Free Payroll, a Reality: In an interview with people and management, Rakesh Jain, CEO & MD, Paysquare Consultancy Ltd, shares his views on employer branding, Paysquare product benefits and future plans.Excerpts:
  • Urmi Dasgupta is the Product Development Lead at Pearson TalentLens Consulting India. In an interview with People and Management, she shares her views on the changing scenario of learning in organisations, need for skill development and about TalentLens DTI framework. Excerpts:
  • People and Management spoke to Jivan Pant and Pankaj Minglani, Principal Consultants & Directors of one of India's leading and fastest growing HR Consulting companies, about the insights of hiring and consulting. Here is what they say:

HR News - Job Creation a Priority says E&Y

Ernst & Young has said that job creation is a priority shared by governments the world over, including those in emerging markets. As policy-makers seek to restore growth and a greater sense of optimism about their economies, EY’s Rohan Malik says the time has come for less talk, and more action. For several years, as the global economy struggled to recover from the financial crisis, eyes turned toward the world’s rapid-growth markets for reassurance that the outlook was not universally bleak. And certainly, the performance of countries such as China and India, both buttressed by skyrocketing growth and booming investment, injected much needed confidence that the crisis would not be one without end. E&Y identifies 6 key actions to help job creation:

  1. Business Climate Reforms to improve ease of doing business

  2. Increasing attractiveness to improve competitiveness

  3. Livelihood enhancement to improve shared growth

  4. Micro, small and medium enterprise (MSME) development and access to finance to improve sustainable growth

  5. Skill development to enhance the human capital

  6. Infrastructure development to produce an enabling environment

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The Principles of Leadership for junior and intermediate supervisors/section heads in Indian businesses         - Mr. William Hawke, MD, LBA. (Rtd. Senior Non-Commissioned Officer, Canadian Forces).

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Rajiv Naithani

Director - People Development (HR) at GlobalLogic India Pvt Ltd.

 

Sampatkumar B Aratti

Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) at Lapp India Pvt Ltd.



Raju Foujdar

Deputy General Manager (HR & Corporate Affairs) at Alchem International Ltd.


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Head – Human Resources at Accelya Kale Solutions Ltd


Manu Gopinath

Global Head - Human Resources at UST Global.


Alain Souny

India HR Director & Group HRIS Head, VP at Technip.

COVER STORY

Employer Branding: Define or be Defined?

What’s similar between some of the most popular brands such as Google, Ernst and Young, Goldman Sachs, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Microsoft, Apple, Deloitte, KPMG, Coca-Cola and P&G? Well, they are much more than being just the big brands. People respect them, and want to associate with them in some way or other. Read more...

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CORPORATE STRUCTURE: Employer Branding: A Few Latent Catalysts

Employer brand is an organisation’s reputation as an employer and it helps an organisation to attract, engage and retain the talent, certainly resulting into increased productivity and profitability. Beyond this, a strong brand (Employer or Consumer) always helps to sustain through environmental turmoil. Read more...

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Closing Gender Gap

The Society today is more Amenable to Working Women

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Make More Positive Eff orts to Recognise and Develop Women’s Potential

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OFFSHORE PERSPECTIVE

Integral Elements to Shape the Brand Image

Today we are living in the age of globalisation. With the explosion of free markets worldwide, employer branding is becoming more and more relevant across the world since the baby boomers are retiring and the pool of new recruits is not sufficient to fill the gap. It is a significant challenge for an HR manager to understand the marketing technique of a consumer brand in order to market the organisation to potential and existing employees. Read more...   

 

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Time Management: Now at your Finger Tips

Do huge chunks of assignments in your mail box bother you? Do you feel you could have been more productive and organised? Read more..

Ten Principles of Leadership

There are no two ways of the saying that ‘leaders should lead from the front’. Read more..

Get Your Hiring Act Right

Businesses all over the world are struggling to find the right talent to fill positions. Read more..

HR Managers Today: Jack of all Trades or Master of One?

People and Management magazine organised the first Knowledge Session entitled, “HR Managers Today: Jack of all Trades or Master of One?” on September 27, 2013 at LBA House Read more..

   

INTERVIEW

"It Is Our Team Members and their Relationship Skills Which Impact Our Business"

Sunaina Mattoo Khanna is the Executive Vice President – HR of Bajaj Capital Ltd, a premier Investment Services Company. In her role, she is responsible for managing all the aspects of HR for Bajaj Capital, including talent acquisition, talent retention, performance management, training, employee engagement, HR operations, designing and implementation of company HR policies, etc. In an email interview with Aamir H Kaki, Copy Editor, , she shares her insightful views on talent acquisition and retention, professional women in India, HR policies at Bajaj Capital and future challenges for HR professionals. Excerpts: Excerpts:

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Educational Institutions - Junctures for Leadership Development

It is necessary that students should be groomed from day one to shoulder responsibilities and to put in sustained hard work. Read more...
 

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