TOP 10 NEWS: JULY 2019 WEEK 1

TOP 10 NEWS: JULY 2019 WEEK 1

1. CXOs to Change the Leadership Paradigm – Traditional to Creative

In the gala for celebrating ten years of CCL, leaders met to discuss next generation traits required by the leaders to flourish. Talent Development, leading change, and personal growth were identified as the major areas besides other crucial traits. …Read More

2. Human Resource is evolving on these 4 Pillars for the new world of work!

Employee Experience, Organizational Capability, Data Governance, and Innovation are driving the HR of tomorrow, today. Read on to see which macro trends are bringing in the required shift. …Read More

3. Resignation – PayU India MD

Jitendra Gupta, MD of PayU, a leading Fintech company resigned last week from his official authority. Gupta came aboard PayU in 2016 after selling Citrus with his co-founder Amrish Rau for $130 Million. The man is said to be on a lookout to start his own venture. …Read More

4. 90% of $40B Global Enterprise resources  AI R&D, Augmented Employee Engagement expected

Artificial Intelligence is already impacting our lives and enterprises are now exploring its employee-centric applications. With Gallup’s report revealing 85% of global employees to be disengaged, HRMs are resorting to AI-powered solutions. …Read More

5. Focus on Human Creativity and not just AI!

Artificial Intelligence is making workplaces more efficient. HRM leaders are concerned about cultivating creative mindset in the employees, though. The article discusses crucial tips for leveraging the creativity of your employees with simple yet powerful workplace augmentations. …Read More

6. Skills, Values, crucial for TA despite Digital advances in hiring – Amy Zimmerman

In an exclusive one-to-one with People Matters, Amy Zimmerman, Global Head of People Operations for Kabbage advises not to lose the ‘human touch’ in the era of digital-hiring. Amy shares some eye-opening insights for HR as far as the human-tech relationship goes and workplaces undergo a massive disruption. …Read More

7. Big Hiring plans – 10,000 freshers this year – HCL

Under its HCL Vista initiative, the tech giant has announced plans to hire 10,000 fresher employees this year to create employment in tier II & tier III cities. Of these, 3,000 freshers will be suited for Noida, and 1,000 of them will be class XII pass outs. …Read More

8. Post #Metoo landscape from employee relationship perspective

Workplace harassment is an outright sin, more so in a democracy. Yet as the businesses flourish and HR evolves, harassment incidents do occur. Post the #Metoo eruption, businesses have changed their policies massively, yet a change in law is yet to be seen. Read on to know the aftermath of biggest ever social outcry on the workplaces. …Read More

9. Walmart to lay off about 40 percent of its Senior Pharmacists, new recruits

Retail giant Walmart is on a cost-cutting drive to expand its territory. Pharmacists are on the lay-off target including seniors, part-timers and new recruits. Walmart’s Pharmacy units across 4700 outlets generate 11 percent of the total revenue. …Read More

10. Employees are often wary of L & D initiatives?

While many organizations list L&D as a culture and a key part of their operations, it is often a ‘tick the box’ activity. Employees do not perceive these initiatives as productive or valuable simply because the companies do not appear to be keen either. …Read More

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