NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter HR's role in shaping the finance teams of tomorrow - How to prepare for changing skillsets and jobs?
” Businesses today are in a state of flux. With rapidly changing processes, making cost-effective decisions is crucial. Finance teams have played a large role in facilitating this. However, with everything else changing in the business environment, even finance professionals and their work is getting disrupted. From CFOs to mid-level managers and new employees, everyone
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Five Methods of Learning to Engage the Adult Learner
” Five Methods of Learning to Engage the Adult Learner Traditional learning methods are essential but what are the areas that make learning outcomes exceptional? Learn how to attain exceptional outcomes in leadership development using 5 methods of training design & delivery and 4 reinforcement strategies for increased retention. During this webinar with Michelle Cummings,
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter The rise of protectionism and the impact on H4 EAD jobs
” In the summer of 2011, Radhika MB, a Bangalore based journalist had to shift her life to the US on fairly short notice. Her husband had left for the US and after forty short days, she’d finally gotten hold of her H4 visa. A new life awaited her in the place that, for many
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Why India Inc. should take drug abuse screening seriously
” Making drug testing a mandatory process for all state government employees, from their recruitment to throughout their employment, was a welcome measure from the government of Punjab a few weeks back. However, the question worth asking is if, and when, other states, as well as private sector employers in rest of India, will pay
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Webcast | The nuts & bolts of designing an employee recognition solution
” Great things happen when employees work towards something bigger than themselves. It’s why “culture” is now more important than ever. There are six talent magnets that go into creating a culture of great work – Purpose, Opportunity, Success, Wellbeing, Recognition and Leadership. Research by O.C. Tanner suggests that recognition can impact each of these
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Max Life Insurance MD steps down
” In the latest development, Vice Chairman and Managing Director of Max Life Insurance, Rajesh Sud has resigned from the company. The current Chief Financial Officer, Prashant Tripathy will replace him in January, next year.  A founder member of Max Life Insurance since 2000, he took over as CEO & Managing Director of Max Life
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter The growth of renewable energy sector jobs in India
” India, being at a pivotal junction of its growth story, heavily depends on energy sources like coal and oil to meet its power demands. The demand for energy is bound to go up. A recent report from British Petroleum (BP) Energy projects India to become “the world’s greatest growth market of energy by late
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Travel benefits affect performance: How?
” The travel and tourism Industry in India amounts to US $208.9 Bn. India spends more than the GDP of countries like Nepal, Sri Lanka, Surinam, etc on its travel and tourism, annually.  Talking specifically about India’s business travel, it is the world’s tenth largest business travel market and is likely to clock the fastest
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Demystifying HR tech decisions at a fast growth company- Ezetap Success Story
” The HR Tech industry in India has crossed the $1 Billion mark and it is not just the pure-play blue chip firms that have a share in the pie. Growth companies today are investing in people analytics and bidding farewell to monotonous practices that kill creativity at work. So how does the need for
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter The rise of the augmented workforce: What does it mean for the HR organization?
” The modern workplace is not just digital friendly, they are already augmented with technology. Not only are people driving output, but also smart machines are adding their own unique value through machine learning techniques. For example, while the experience-based judgment-call may be taken by human recruiters, algorithms are increasingly being used to source and