Please tell us about your academic and professional background. What responsibilities does your designation entail? I am an alumnus from Symbiosis Institute of Business management, majoring in HR. Have worked over two decades of working in HR domain across indian/ multinational, manufacturing, insurance, automobile, media & consumer goods. My current assignment is as CHRO for Exide Industries (1.7 billion USD, India’s no.1 battery and … Continue reading “You need strong temperament to absorb a lot of organisational stress, learn the act of balancing and deal with governance unperturbed.” – In conversation with Ranjan Sarkar, CHRO – Exide Industries.
Types of Video JDs 1. Hiring manager giving insights about role & responsibilities and their evaluation style. 2. Q&A between HR & Hiring Manager about the kind of talent he/she is looking for, what a potential candidate can expect while working in that role which is more like an offering. 3. Day in the office of an employee, where video JD incorporates the actual working environment and giving the … Continue reading What to learn from Video JD being a recruiter
In conversation with Mr. Ashish Bansal, VP – Human Resources at MobiKwik. Give us a snapshot of your academic and professional background? What responsibilities does your designation entail? I currently lead the people function at MobiKwik, where we are trying to revolutionize the payments & fintech space. My charter is to make MobiKwik an “Employer of Choice”. I have graduated majoring in HR from IMT, … Continue reading “Everything in an organization boils down to the quality of ‘talent’ you have & how well you can keep them engaged”, says Ashish Bansal, VP-Human Resources at MobiKwik.
In conversation with Mr. Khalid Raza, Senior Program Manager – Talent Development, IBM. Can you describe your role @ IBM? What does it mean to be the “Senior Manager for Talent Development”? My role at IBM is focussed on assessing talent gaps through workforce dynamics, addressing those gaps by partnering with recruitment teams through top MBA campuses and market, and leading the career and learning … Continue reading “The advantage of working with talent is that it puts you right in the middle of the business that we do and technology we deal with. It makes you aware and informed”, says Khalid Raza, Senior Program Manager for Talent Development, IBM
Well, as promised earlier, we bring to you the second edition of the ‘Top Indian HR Experts to Follow’. After scouring the web for days, we have compiled this edition keeping in mind the popularity of the below mentioned personalities on various social media platforms. From their engaging blog articles to insightful tweets, they have nearly endless tips and guidance for HR experts to fall … Continue reading Top Indian HR Experts to Follow – Part 2
No organization can reach its true potential without a strong backbone, and you guessed it right – I’m talking about the HR department. From acquiring a well – qualified workforce to training them to get even better each day, HR in-charges have their work cut out for them. To explore new ideas and concepts in this varied field, we bring to you some of the … Continue reading Top Indian HR Experts to Follow – Part 1
In conversation with Reena Roy, Social Media Recruitment & Branding Leader, IBM Can you describe your role @ IBM? What does it mean to be the “Social Media Recruitment & Branding Leader”? In my current role, my focus is to integrate social media into the India recruitment strategy. Adopting newer and agile ways to connect with passive talent , leveraging social networking platforms like LinkedIn … Continue reading “IBM has a performance-based culture that talented people find very attractive”, says Reena Roy, Social Media Recruitment & Branding Leader, IBM