NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Big win for TCS in US: Jury rejects employment bias charges against IT major
” In a major win for Indian IT major TCS, a California jury unanimously sided with it, saying the Indian company did not discriminate against non-south Asian workers in the US as alleged in a lawsuit.  The country’s largest software firm said that its employee hiring and retention practices are based purely on capabilities, “irrespective”
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Meet these visionary CEOs and Entrepreneurs at TechHR Singapore 2019
” If you had to name one force that is changing every landscape, every industry, and every sphere dramatically- it will be none other than technology. No wonder technology is bringing a radical transformation in HR as well as the world of work. Some organizations are already ahead of the curve, learning to leverage this
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Oppo India MD Yi Wang quits amidst widening losses
” Oppo Mobiles’ India managing director, Yi Wang, has stepped down from his post as losses widen for the Chinese smartphone maker and competition intensifies.  The company said in a statement, “During a meeting between the board of directors of OPPO Mobiles India Private Limited on the 28th November, 2018, it has been mutually decided
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter How CHROs manage senior-level exits
” When a senior leader from the top management decides to put an end to the relationship with the organization it comes as a shock for several reasons. The shock can be heart-wrenching because this will not only impact the relationship with their clients and also the brand images that he helped build in the
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Amazon India looking to hire over 2,000 people for tech and non-tech roles
” Amazon is looking to hire over 2,000 people for technology and non-technology positions in India as per a BusinessLine report. The new hires will take up tech and non-tech roles across the ecommerce company’s various divisions in the country including Amazon.com, Amazon Web Services, Amazon.in and its Devices division. While Bengaluru accounts for the
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Here’s how HR can prepare for the Gig Economy
” The gig economy is quickly becoming the norm with more countries starting to rely more on contingent workers as the most practical need-based solution. According to a recent study by KellyOCG, the APAC region is way ahead of the global trend on gig workers.  Being the leading region for global economic growth there is
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Sasken Technologies appoint its new Chief People Officer
” Sasken Technologies has appointed Vinita Shrivastava as the Chief People Officer (CPO). On her appointment, Shrivastava shared,  “Sasken is at an inflection point, poised for significant growth. I am excited to part of Sasken’s 5×5 vision and see immense potential to leverage the talent pool and leadership team’s strength.” Shrivastava is a seasoned HR
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter BSNL employees to go on indefinite strike
” Employee unions of BSNL have alleged that the Indian government is favoring Reliance Jio over other telecom companies and hence they plan to go on indefinite strike.  In a joint statement issued by BSNL, the employee unions stated,” As of now, the whole telecom industry is gripped with a crisis. All these have happened
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter All in favour say AI: Artificial Intelligence for Real Recruitment
” We live in a world where software can reason, make decisions, create art and even think, thus pushing aside the idea that the Cartesianism of cogito ergo sum applies only to us, humans. The world seems to be undergoing a renaissance similar to that over the Industrial Revolution. Whereas automated machines replaced, displaced and
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter PeopleMatters TV: 5 Ways to manage change in your organization
” The pace of change is outpacing the HR fraternity’s ability to adapt to the evolving demands of the business world. HR leaders and CXOs across the world are dealing with challenges of adopting new technology, upskilling existing employees and onboarding a skilled workforce that would be able to adopt new technology and adapt to