NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Webcast on driving digital learning at work
” Digital learning is one of the most widely adopted modes of learning today. Unlike classroom learning, it is premised on self-learning with an ‘anytime, anywhere’ interface. One study showed that switching to digital learning saved companies on average 50%- 70% of their training costs. It saved 40% to 60% of an instructor’s time. But
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Talent acquisition and retention in the chemical industry
” The chemical industry has witnessed several changes in the way it operates, especially over the past decade. Led globally by consolidations, and an all-pervasive impact of digital technology and lean portfolios, organizations must rapidly change and adapt to these new realities. This will have to be done keeping in mind the industry challenges of
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter The Art of Being Relevant: Where does the HR function stand?
” HR stands at a crossroads in the minds of business leaders. Whether we would like to acknowledge or not, there is a disconnect between what the HR leaders and Business Leaders think on what HR as a function delivers. CEOs worldwide think human capital is a top challenge, and yet they rank the HR
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Webcast: How to enable first time managers to succeed
” Research suggests 20% of first-time managers are doing a poor job according to their subordinates, 26% of first-time managers felt they were not ready to lead others to begin with, and almost 60% said they never received any training when they transitioned into their first leadership role. As organizations foray into the era of
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Bajaj Finance CHRO Sukhjit Pasricha calls it quits
” Sukhjit Pasricha moves on from Bajaj Finance to join Kotak Mahindra Bank as its Group Chief Human Resources Officer. Pasricha joined Bajaj Finserv early last year as CHRO after spending five years in IndiGo as the Vice President HR and Admin. According to reports, Pasricha is expected to join the Mumbai-headquartered Kotak Mahindra bank
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter The New Code of Work: Open, Connected and Intelligent
” Today’s work ecosystem bears hardly any similarity to that of a few decades ago. Call it a passage of time, a generational shift, or disruption, there is no denying that right from the process of sourcing candidates to the way the workforce communicates with each other, the change is drastic. In this fast-paced, globalized
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Indian enterprises focussed on improving employee experience
” Today, every business is focusing on improving its customer experience. However, without great employee experience, companies won’t be able to serve their customers in the best possible manner. The trend is changing now and companies have started focusing on employees equally. Indian enterprises are moving towards the era of automation to improve on job
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter A flight of fancy
” One of the most pressing issues in business leadership is of determining whether or not an organization has the right portfolio of skills to successfully face the future with. Although there are plenty of enquires that rightly gravitate around new media literacy and cross-cultural competencies, I will focus on the largely understated role of
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Short-termism, culture clashes are biggest barriers to collaboration
” A short-term mindset and entrenched cultural habits are the biggest barriers to collaboration between HR and finance teams according to a new study from Oracle. In order to successfully unlock the value from data and help their organizations adapt to the changing nature of the global talent market, HR teams need to rethink analytics
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter IndiGo to rope in 100 expat pilots to curb pilot shortage
” Budget carrier IndiGo which is battling pilot shortage plans to hire as many as 100 expatriate pilots this year to add to its roster of flight captains. The move comes as the budget carrier aims to plug shortages that have forced it to cancel flights. The carrier has more than 200 planes and a pilot