NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Paytm Money appoints new Chief Technology Officer
” Online platform for mutual fund investments and the wholly owned subsidiary of One97 Communications Limited Paytm Money, today announced the appointment of Suresh Vasudevan as its Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Suresh will be leading the overall engineering and technology functions at Paytm Money and will be based out of Bengaluru. Suresh Vasudevan comes with
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter PayU India names Anirban Mukherjee as CEO
” Anirban Mukherjee, who until recently led the Reliance Payments in his capacity as the Co-Chief Executive will be moving to Naspers-owned fintech major, PayU as their India CEO. PayU needed a strong leader to help double its loan book to about $2 Bn within the next two years and Mukherjee’s responsibilities will include managing
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Dearness Allowance for government employees, pensioners raised by 3%
” Union Cabinet has raised the Dearness Allowance (DA) by three percent with effect from January 1, 2019. This hike will benefit about 48.41 lakh employees in the central government and about 62.03 lakh pensioners. The decision of raising the DA by three percent in addition to the existing rate of nine percent was made
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Rajan Anandan backed startup My Upchar appoints new VP
” My Upchar the health website which is funded by Rajan Anandan, VP, Google, South East Asia has appointed Puja Sethi as their new Vice President, Content Strategy and Partnerships.  Puja Sethi is a senior media professional with more than eighteen years of experience. Prior to this, she was working with one of India’s leading
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Combating employee stress is a key focus for Indian employers
” A recent report by Willis Towers Watson suggests a lack of employees’ physical activity (62 percent) and stress (55 percent) are the top lifestyle risk identified by Indian employers.  The other identified lifestyle risk factors include obesity (43 percent), followed by poor financial wellbeing (27 percent) and tobacco use (25 percent). The study revealed
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Should leaders throw temper tantrums?
When Indra Nooyi became the CEO of Pepsico in 2006, she met Steve Jobs who advised her that as a CEO she should sometimes raise her voice, change her tone, and show her anger and disapproval. As the head of Pepsico for 12 years, Nooyi used this valuable tool of ‘not always being nice’ to
In today’s competitive scenario, it’s a constant struggle to retain/ gain market share. From adopting the latest and best technology to employing the best talent; to big ad-spends to discounts to brand ambassadors and promotional blitzkriegs, innumerable strategies are planned and implemented, as businesses seek to carve out a differentiated space for themselves to attract
According to a research by Willis Towers Watson, identifying and managing stress and behavioural health issues across the workforce is the top priority for 89 per cent employers. While examining the health risk factors, lack of physical exercise emerged as the key problem with 62 per cent of the respondents voting for it. Around 55
Almost a hundred current and former women members of the Walmart staff filed gender-discrimination lawsuits against the Retailer. Earlier this month, the Company’s women staff alleged that the pay for retail store employees and certain salaried employees in managerial positions was unequal. The lawsuit was filed by current as well as former women employees who
Reserve Bank of India is to frame certain rules that will make the compensation norms of Bank CEOs tighter. The measures being planned will ensure that the senior executives of the banks do not try to dodge regulators and also bring down the volume of non-performing assets. While the RBI has always had the right