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  • Vasu K Saksena is Chief Executive Officer, MeritTrac Services, India’s largest testing and assessment services company in the private sector which provides innovative assessment services. Excerpts: Read more...
  • VSN Raju, CEO, Globarena Technologies Pvt Ltd, in an interview with People and Management, shares his views on simplifying campus recruitment, role of technology in selection criteria and Globerana’s hiring solutions for industry-academia. Excerpts...
  • In an interview with People & Management, Dr Jitendra K Das, Director, FORE School of Management, New Delhi shares his views to improve quality of education in India and the values & future plans of FORE School of Management. Excerpts...
  • By Dr Daviender Narang, Director, Jaipuria Institute of Management, Vasundhara, Ghaziabad Read more...
  • Dr Amit Gupta is Chairman, Jagannath International Management School (JIMS), which is ranked among the Top 20 Business Schools in India Read more...

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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Publisher's Note

Linda Brady-Hawke, Publisher, People and Management

This March-April edition throws up some light on this incredibly overdue topic of women in business and leadership roles, with in-depth analysis. We bring to you the views of national as well as international HR heads, CEOs, management personnel and academicians to provide you balancing voices and opinions. Besides these, the edition will also keep you abreast with the latest HR events, dynamics and other resources, which can be refreshing and on the cutting edge. Read more...

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).



Ramaswamy Kavalapara

Heads the HR function at Xchanging for Asia.


Swapnalekha Basak

CEO, Human Capital Services

Dr Unnikammu Moideenkutty

Associate Professor (Dept of Management), College of Economics and Political Science, Sultan Qaboos University

Dimpy Gulati

CS and CPA (USA)
Legal Imperials

NS Mahesh

Associate Vice President HR Helios and Matheson Information Technology Ltd 

Dr Adil Hassan Bakheet

Assistant Dean, Faculty of Business, Sohar University, Oman


Women in Business: Breaking the Glass Ceiling

“Only when women wield power in sufficient numbers will we create a society that genuinely works for all women. That will be a society that works for everyone.” – Quotes from Anne-Marie Slaughter’s article “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All”
Historically, the cultural inheritance of business is only of male leadership, something that made sense in another time, when the cultural dynamics for women was different and far fewer were engaged in the business of business. Read more...


PARADIGM SHIFT: Work-life Balance: Not only Women’s Prerogative

It is time to retire this myth and acknowledge that balancing personal and work life is as much a man’s job as it is of a woman’s  

Sometime back, a survey by LinkedIn across several countries including India, showed that 63 percent of the women surveyed indicated that finding a right balance between personal life and work meant being successful in their careers. 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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To Reach Full Potential, What Working Women Need the Most

With more than eight million women-led businesses, the United States tops the list of best countries for female entrepreneur-ship, according to Dell’s first-ever global index to measure female entrepreneur-ship around the world

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