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Latest Articles in magazine 30 may 2016

Social Circuit: Sharing Gets Better

The social network has added a video tab next to the News Feed button where users can explore live videos

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Profiting In The Shadow

Paris-based BlaBlaCar, which has been in India since January last year, is expecting a ten-fold growth in the number of rides on its platform in the next 5-10 years

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The Art Of Talent Nurture

All companies featured in the Best Employers survey have an uncanny ability to throw up home-grown leaders

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New Initiatives: Vision For Future

Single-speciality hospitals or day care centres as they are typically known focus on specialty care services in any one area of healthcare — it can be eye care, dental care, fertility or oncology, to name a few

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Best Employers: From Best To Next

Tarandeep Singh of Aon Hewitt analyses how great Human Resource practices lead to great financial performance

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Lupin: Engagement & Enthusiasm

Lupin, which has also adopted several women employees specific programmes to promote and maintain better gender balance, has a total global workforce of around 15,000 at present

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AccorHotels: Being ‘Hospitable’ To All

AccorHotels, one of the world’s largest and leading hotel operators, was adjudged as one of the Best Employers in India at the Aon Hewitt Best Employers 2016 awards ceremony held on 30 March 2016 for their best practices in human resource and its management

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Bharti Infratel: The ‘You Grow, We Grow’ Philosophy

One of the largest tower infrastructure providers in India, Infratel is a strong believer in creating new benchmarks, which is showcased by their customized talent development offerings to appeal to their varied workforce of Baby Boomers, Gen X and Gen Y to act as touch points at all stages of the employee life cycle

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AGS Health: Betting On Women

Of the total head count of 4,500 employees in India, women comprise over 45 per cent of it. Such deep diversity is significant as it creates a unique environment where varied ideas, rich experiences, and fresh perspectives get generated round the clock

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DHL: The UMANG Approach To Empowerment

DHL’s Umang Fellowship programme assists its frontline employees in pursuing higher education and acquiring new skills.

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IndiGo: Giving Wings to Dreams

Flexi-flying option allows pilots and cabin crew to opt for reward patterns they like the best and choose between more monetary compensation and more time-off

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Blue Dart: Hard Work Pays Here

Hard work gets paid at Blue Dart. The logistic company has a robust reward and recognition framework in place to acknowledge the good work done by their employees and encouraging them to excel further

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Tata Autocomp: Persistence Works

The company has rolled out a balance scorecard, linked KRA for its all employees and has been able to create a performance driven culture

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The Oberoi Group: Best Rather Than The Biggest

In order to encourage the chefs, the Oberoi Centre of Learning and Development conducts culinary workshops where chefs travel to various hotels. This program also creates training opportunities for chefs

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Whirlpool India: Four Pillars Of Success

The company makes it a point to customise itself on the basis of employee preferences and trends, a practice that has helped it retain a lot of employees over the years

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