Organisations are taking unusual steps to ensure they make the right hire for a leadership role, from scrutinising the lifestyles of candidates to evaluating their personal horoscopes.
With a turnover of over Rs 2,000 crore, Santoor has clearly overtaken HUL’s soap brand Lux, and is now challenging the numero uno Lifebuoy.
Among the home-grown private companies that do not offer paternity leave are India’s biggest private-sector employer TCS, tobacco-to-hotels giant ITC, FMCG player Emami, ICICI Bank and L&T.
Many organisations have adopted data analytics to ensure the process of appraisal is fair and transparent.
Outplacement services firms provide career transition services to organisations and help candidates following layoffs.
Campa Cola is being retailed both in modern trade stores like Reliance Fresh and DMart, as also general stores.
The entry of Reliance Jio Infocomm disrupted the market, posing tough challenges for existing players, which resulted in efforts to consolidate.
Every year was marked by a significant brand/category launch, leading to a non-cigarette FMCG business of Rs 11,000 crore today.
Taj, with 149 properties and 17,823 rooms in its portfolio, plans to open one hotel every month and, hence, will have to hire more people.
This is an emerging trend now that for many Indian companies, candidate’s competencies are more vital than industry experience.
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