Technology companies must invest in having a rock-solid talent hiring, upskilling, and retaining strategy in place in the hybrid era of work, says Thendral Rajendran, vice president and regional head - TA, CSS Corp.
Acknowledging that the LGBTQ+ community continues to face discrimination because of how they identify or who they love - even today, Shameka Young, VP and Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion (D&I), Cognizant, says it’s critical that organisations continue the conversation beyond adding rainbows to their company logos or participating in pride parades every June.
Organisations today are intent on engaging employees scattered across geographies. However, not all employees wish to be engaged. Some simply want to deliver on their tasks and earn their livelihood. Where should employers then draw the line on forced engagement? Let’s find out!
To create an equal workplace for persons from the LGBTQIA community, businesses should have effective hiring processes that allow them to hire from a wide talent pool and support those who have struggled to obtain work, advance their careers, or improve their quality of life, says Swati Rustagi, Director, DE&I, International Markets, Worldwide Consumer.
In an exclusive interview with us, Ester Maria Loidl, CHRO of Freudenberg Group, talks about their talent management practices in the hybrid era and how the company is utilising technology to simplify HR processes, close DEI gaps, and more.
In the post-pandemic months, what's the state of digitalisation and how are organisations reviewing their implementation of technology? People Matters hears from industry leaders on what the priorities are and what to look out for next.
Embracing digital is not enough to survive in the post-pandemic world; organisations need a hyper-automation strategy to streamline their disjointed processes and accelerate digital by integrating technologies like AI, and machine learning with existing capabilities, says Virender Jeet, Chief Executive Officer, Newgen Software.