HR Discipline Articles

Performance Management to Performance Coaching

By
Dr. Sandeep K. Krishnan and Sarojani Gaikwad

Peter Senge’s view of the learning organization emphasizes on molding and changing our mental model to one that suits to create a culture of inquiry and trust. Openness to learn and questioning without confrontation becomes one the key anchors to organizational change...

Randstad Work Monitor Survey – Q4 2013

Indian employees all set to welcome 2014 with higher pay and benefits. They feel that working with foreign professionals adds value to their job. They are committed to developing their skills and competencies.

 

For Work Monitor Survey Report ...

Competencies that HR professionals need to be successful

Author: Anu Kanayath, HR, Ricoh Innovations Pvt Ltd.

COMPETENCIES THAT HR PROFESSIONALS NEED TODAY TO BE SUCCESSFUL

In today’s ever changing professional world there is an increasing need for HR...

Interview with Saurabh Singh, National Head, Pearson TalentLens

By Saurabh Singh

6/02/2014

 

Q.1 What will be the key growth factors in the online assessment segment in India?...

A view on ‘Workforce Planning’ one of the key beneficiary of HR analytics and how it is embraced by the fraternity.

Introduction:

The workforce capacity planning is about developing human resource with necessary skills to deliver effective services in the future. Unless an organization can develop and well manage skilled people it will find it difficult to keep pace with the increasing demands for high performance, competitiveness and...

Linkages Exist between HR analytics & Precise Action Plans

By M.V.S. Murthy
27/11/2013
It is worthwhile to consider ‘how’ human capital analytics initiatives contribute to the strategic success of organizations by transforming human capital from a partner to a player role on the field, in the game, with the ability to score.

The...

Human Resources Capability Building: Some Essential Directions

By Aneeta Madhok,

1/11/2013

HR Professionals are generally very ‘nice’ people. They feel drawn to this profession because of deeper concerns with human wellbeing and an attraction to working with people issues. The nature of work interface usually makes them warm and kind, with a heart full of empathy and compassion. They drive...

Success Factors of Cross Cultural Diversity Training Programs

By Simran Oberoi
11/11/2013

We have all heard of, discussed and debated about the pros and cons of globalization.  It is a much understood fact that this has had a huge impact on people mobility and talent equations worldwide. In the wake of such a transformation, HR practitioners have realized the...

Virtual Induction a Growing Trend

By Adriana Scott

25/10/2013

It’s day 1 of the new-employee orientation. All the new hires and the HR representative hosting the event are scheduled to meet in the company’s lobby at 10 a.m. But for this “virtual orientation,” a growing trend in...

Industrial Relations Expertspeak: Labour Problems

By Anil Kaushik

21/10/2013

A new section titled "Industrial Relations Expertspeak" is being rolled out where frequently asked questions and answers related to labour issues will be addressed by Anil Kaushik, IR expert and  Chief...

By Dr. Sandeep K. Krishnan and Sarojani Gaikwad Peter Senge’s view of the learning organization emphasizes on molding and changing our mental model to one that suits to create a culture of inquiry and trust. Openness to learn and questioning without confrontation becomes one the key anchors to organizational change. While it is easy to say,...
Indian employees all set to welcome 2014 with higher pay and benefits. They feel that working with foreign professionals adds value to their job. They are committed to developing their skills and competencies.   For Work Monitor Survey Report click here   For Press Release click here
Author: Anu Kanayath, HR, Ricoh Innovations Pvt Ltd. COMPETENCIES THAT HR PROFESSIONALS NEED TODAY TO BE SUCCESSFUL In today’s ever changing professional world there is an increasing need for HR professionals to identify what capabilities they need, to become insightful advisers and architects for organizations not just to nurture talent but also...
By Saurabh Singh 6/02/2014   Q.1 What will be the key growth factors in the online assessment segment in India? The way I have been seeing the online assessment segment evolving in the digital era, employee data is going to drive a lot of future talent strategies. Online assessments provide organisations the tools and ability to record,...
Introduction: The workforce capacity planning is about developing human resource with necessary skills to deliver effective services in the future. Unless an organization can develop and well manage skilled people it will find it difficult to keep pace with the increasing demands for high performance, competitiveness and efficiency.    ...
By M.V.S. Murthy27/11/2013It is worthwhile to consider ‘how’ human capital analytics initiatives contribute to the strategic success of organizations by transforming human capital from a partner to a player role on the field, in the game, with the ability to score. The ability to score necessitates a new understanding of the rules of the game – a...
By Aneeta Madhok, 1/11/2013 HR Professionals are generally very ‘nice’ people. They feel drawn to this profession because of deeper concerns with human wellbeing and an attraction to working with people issues. The nature of work interface usually makes them warm and kind, with a heart full of empathy and compassion. They drive themselves hard to...
By Simran Oberoi11/11/2013 We have all heard of, discussed and debated about the pros and cons of globalization.  It is a much understood fact that this has had a huge impact on people mobility and talent equations worldwide. In the wake of such a transformation, HR practitioners have realized the need to have sensitization and assimilation...
By Adriana Scott 25/10/2013 It’s day 1 of the new-employee orientation. All the new hires and the HR representative hosting the event are scheduled to meet in the company’s lobby at 10 a.m. But for this “virtual orientation,” a growing trend in onboarding, all they’ll have to do to participate is log in to their computers, which will take them to...
By Anil Kaushik 21/10/2013 A new section titled "Industrial Relations Expertspeak" is being rolled out where frequently asked questions and answers related to labour issues will be addressed by Anil Kaushik, IR expert and  Chief Editor-Business Manager magazine. However, these Q&As are meant to serve only as a guide to various provisions...