NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Infographic: Mastering the role of a leader
” What makes a great leader? Being a leader can be quite a challenge. The purpose of a leader is to engage others in committing their full energy to the creation of value and success. The report, ”Mastering the role of a Leader” by  Wilson Learning Guide offers key insights into developing the whole leaders.
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Godrej Chemicals appoint new Head HR
” Godrej Chemicals has appointed Apeksha Jain as the company’s Head of HR. Apeksha was earlier working in PepsiCo as the Senior Manager Talent Acquisition & Campus Lead India.  Speaking to People Matters, on her appointment Apeksha shares, “I am really thrilled to join Godrej Chemicals as HR Head. It is an exciting business with
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Know how Vedanta saved $1Mn in hiring cost
” Vedanta Resources Limited is a globally diversified natural resources company. It has operations across zinc, lead, silver, oil & gas, iron ore, copper, aluminum, and commercial power. With over 60,000 employees, Vedanta is one of the largest diversified natural resource majors in the world. As an industry leader Vedanta has a technology-oriented approach to
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter ICICI Bank to give up job titles for senior management roles
” Private lender ICICI Bank is removing designations at the senior management level to make the teams more efficient. According to the reports, designations at the bank will now be symbolic of the job that a person is expected to perform. The Senior Management Executives will have the job title of ‘Head’ followed by their
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Binny Bansal invests $1Mn in learning platform, Crio.Do
” Crio. Do, a learning platform for Software Developers and Tech Talent, has raised a seed funding of $1Mn led by Binny Bansal. The seed funding led by Flipkart Mafia (Flipkart employees turned entrepreneurs) came forward to support one of their own as well. The funding round saw participation from the ex-Flipsters and founders of
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Job Alert! 2019 outlook for hiring trends in the Fintech Sector
” “Disruption! Disruption! Disruption!” Anything that the fintech sector is synonymous with is perhaps disruption. Today, this disruption-driven approach has solved some of the fundamental market challenges such as the last-mile delivery of financial services. It has simultaneously enhanced financial visibility and is developing the desired infrastructure to make economies more robust.  In India, the
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Soft Skills is essential for the future of recruiting and HR
” Professional networking platform, LinkedIn recently launched their annual report “Global Talent Trends 2019.” According to the report, the top four trends that will impact the future of HR and recruitment industry includes Soft Skills, Work Flexibility, Anti-Harassment, and Pay Transparency. The report is based on a survey of over 5,000 talent professionals in 35
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter SAP to trim 3,000 jobs as it looks to cut costs
” To further simplify company structures and processes, Germany based multinational software corporation, SAP will slash around 3,000 jobs. Chief Financial Officer Luka Mucic shared that they might initiate a completely voluntary program.  He also compared these lay off to the job cuts done in 2015 when SAP had slashed 2,200 positions as it shifted
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Budget 2019: Putting job creation into the next gear
” There was an air of despair around employment in India in the last 12 months. The unemployment rate exploded to 7.4 percent in December 2018, according to a recent analysis by Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE). The analysis recorded this to be the country’s worst unemployment rate in the last 15 months. With
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Leading without authority
” “When trust is extended, it breeds responsibility in return. Emulation and peer pressure regulates the system better than hierarchy ever could.”— Frederic Laloux, Reinventing Organizations: A Guide to Creating Organizations Inspired by the Next Stage of Human Consciousness. The abovementioned quote by Frederic Laloux divulges a critical reality about ‘leading’ in the 21st century.