Professional empowerment of employees not only ensures growth of an organisation but also the overall growth of an individual. It is their skills which will keep employees floating even at the worst times such as the pandemic or a recession, says Ranjith Menon, senior VP – global HR, Hinduja Global Solutions.
The competition for talent today is no longer restricted to peers within the industry but across the digital ecosystem due to the interoperability of digital abilities, says Anupam S. the SVP and head of talent management, CitiusTech.
Quiet quitting is all over the media, but quiet firing is the new phenomenon that is shifting focus to how employers treat their staff. People Matters spoke to industry experts to find out what it takes for both employees and employers not to be a part of this trend and what this means for the future of work.
Businesses across the world are struggling to reconcile teamwork and employee satisfaction with return-to-work mandates stirring up a hornet's nest for workers trying to reclaim a well-founded work-life balance.
Publicis Sapient India MD Sanjay Menon talks to People Matters about a human-centered approach to building a technology roadmap that works for everyone, and building digital resilience with a cyber-secure infrastructure.
One of the key questions that leaders need to address to make the hybrid model work for everyone is: how well are people managers prepared to manage work, productivity and engagement?, says Anjali Chatterjee, Chief Human Resources Officer at AirAsia India.
It is imperative to utilise new technologies, have efficient support systems, and maintain a conducive workplace culture to maintain productivity in 20% less time, says Anjani B Kuumar, HR Head at MX Player.