Digital platforms, since their initial application within recruitment, have provided newer, more effective ways of enabling companies to hire people with the right skills and expertise.
Introducing new technology means a change in the management framework, too. Just purchasing a tool or software doesn’t cut it. The organizational culture needs to have technology embedded in it.
Chinese handset maker, Vivo is evaluating the prospects of starting exports from its Indian facilities, having started a new unit in Greater Noida under the first phase of its broader Rs 7500 crore investment plan for India
One of the noteworthy features of the Indian workplace is a demographic uniqueness.Human Resource Management has evolved rapidly leading the vision for organizational capabilities
Consider this fact: There are 600 Million youngsters under the age of 21 (who account for 48% of our population). By any statistical measure of any skill, there would be enough of them to accommodate every level of performance bucket.
Institute of HRD will be hosting the 18th Bangalore HR Summit 2019 on 13-14, 2019 at Bangalore, India. In this HR Summit Human Resources Professionals from India, Asia Pacific and Middle East are expected to participate
With ever-increasing competition to find top-notch talent, eyeing the potential for the next big thing in breakthrough technologies are driving companies to boost their human resources.
The world of human resources is changing, with an increased sense of purpose and focus on activities that add value to the business as a whole. No longer thought of as merely an administrative or reactive field, HR can lead the way in terms of positive business change.