When the pandemic hit, adapting to the ‘new normal’ was quite the challenge. In the initial few weeks, while most people kept themselves engaged with trending challenges and spent more time with their loved ones, for employees working from home, it has been a different ball game altogether.
An economically strong and independent woman, like any other individual, can contribute significantly to any household, state or nation financially and socially. The issues concerning equality of sexes isn’t a festive phenomenon, but a raging topic that needs to be highlighted as a matter of prime focus when it comes to issues such as GDP, parity index, and overall growth of the economy.
Introduction of the legislation to implement the setting-up of the Higher Education Commission of India is expected to liberalise higher education in sync with the NEP.
The overall budget maintains the trend of enhancing the quality of life of Indian Citizens. Simplification of processes, faceless assessment and now faceless appeals are a reflection of this Government’s continued commitment to fight corruption.
What the country lacks is the right combination of manpower in different departments and skilled employees in all forms of banking. Today, there is lot of focus on people competency development.
HR has broadly been shaped by adaptation to uncertainties for long, focusing on automation and metrics, flexible employment systems and overall transformation. The coming year will also be marked by the same trends, albeit with some changes in priorities
Our clients have been reaching out to us to re-evaluate their current recruitment processes and make their hiring models more robust. 2021 will see HR teams employing scientifically-designed digital assessments for effective hiring and workforce development.
Incorporating people analytics & digital HR tools in everyday HR operations will be a prominent trend in the HR domain. Leaders will rely more on data-backed decision making tools that can facilitate the expansion of the workforce as per the organisation’s strategic needs.
In the eleventh episode of the IIMB Podcast Series releasing on December 13th, Prof. Vasanthi Srinivasan, Chair, Digital Learning and Professor in the area of Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management, shares her insights on people management in the virtual world.
For some, the prospect of change is something that is welcome and exciting, while for others, the thought of change can induce anxiety, uncertainty, and fear. Be that as it … Read More
If you’re like most of the small and medium businesses being impacted by COVID-19, you probably have some anxiety about how to handle the economic uncertainty created by our response to this virus.
While on one side, they have to keep pace with the business, implementing various austerity measures for ensuring sustainability, there is a need to support emotional and mental well-being of employees.