The power behemoth has launched a number of initiatives in the last one year, which focus on making the organisation more employee-friendly.
Indian organisations trail behind their global counterparts in retaining people: PwC Saratoga India Survey
Indian organisations trailed behind their global counterparts in retaining people. While in India, 35% of the workforce has tenures of less than 2 yrs, for the APAC region it was 30%.
The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) and Singapore Business Federation (SBF) signed a Bilateral Cooperation Agreement.
Though majority of students still have engineering background, their percentage has come down compared to the previous years, the institute said in a statement.
India Inc using innovative ways of employee inductions to make its brand new employees learn the ropes
India Inc is bringing into play theatre workshops, ice-breaking sessions, quizzes, to make its brand new employees learn the ropes.
Leaders should take regular corrective measures on them as right mentoring can help in turning them around.
Amid the overall cautious market, there are sectors that are still hiring, with a slew of companies going ahead with their plans to add more people on board.
Bhagwat Yagnik, who was president and global HR head at Ranbaxy had quit the company around October last year.
Engineering students at Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi (IIT-D) will learn management concepts and acquire leadership skills from the next academic year.
The Andhra Pradesh High Court's decision to strike down the 4.5% sub-quota for minorities within OBC reservation for IIT-JEE will be implemented.
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