Last year, KPMG hired more than 20 IIT graduates and over 60 people from the IIMs, but the numbers will increase this year
Companies like HCL Technologies, others use differentiated compensation strategies to separate good talent
While companies have little tolerance for non performance, they give ample opportunities to non performers to improve before showing them the door.
Demand for managers with packages higher than a crore grows by 25-30%, say headhunters like Amrop India and others
EMA Partners closed 75-80 searches with crore-plus salaries this year after 60-65 in 2013. Amrop India handled over 25 searches in 2014.
A healthy bottomline is essential for a company to succeed, but never at the cost of the health of its workforce.
Organisations are discovering a twin talent challenge in a competitive business environment. While they need to retain top talent, they also need to let go of consistently poor performers.
Latif Nathani, Managing Director, eBay, says humility and discipline are very important if one wants to be successful in his career.
Companies have either devised differentiated strategies to identify and acknowledge top performers who keep a low profile.
Handling ‘negative’ bosses comes with its own set of challenges. Many executives find this easy but others struggle to come to terms with the situation.
Many cos have seen that teams where a person with disability is employed show higher bonding, morale, and empathy towards each other.
Cos like She-Taxi are now looking to expand into Delhi and Mumbai. Two others — GCabs and Priyadarshini — are also looking to expand nationally.
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