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People Matters' top stories for September, 2018

We have curated the most read interviews, articles and news, picked exclusively for you.
People Matters' top stories for September, 2018

People Matters brings you the best stories for September. In this curated piece, you will go through articles, news, and interviews that are exclusively picked for our readers.  All the articles are most read, shared and commented by our readers. Happy Reading.

Best companies for women in India 2018

The article highlights different companies in the country which is best suitable for the women employees.  The study shows lower attrition rates of women than men, at all levels in the corporate hierarchy.

Employee happiness is no more about cutting cakes on birthdays: Ruhie Pande, CHRO Godrej Properties

In an exclusive interaction with People Matters, Ruhie Pande, CHRO, Godrej Properties Ltd. threw light on the importance of creating happiness at workplace. She shared, what defines employee happiness? A great pay alone? Being appreciated at the workplace-besides the annual birthday celebration?

Automation may lead to creation of new jobs by 2022: WEF Report

As per the Future of Jobs 2018 report by World Economic Forum, shifting technological trends, like automation and the adoption of artificial intelligence, would displace some jobs, but also create new ones.

You need to be forever curious to grow in IKEA: Anna Carin Mansson, Country HR Manager, IKEA, India

In an exclusive interaction with People Matters, Anna Carin Manson, Country HR manager at IKEA, India shares the Swedish retail giant's plans for India. She highlighted with over 403 stores in 49 countries and employing over 149,000 people (2017), IKEA is a household name as far as retail is concerned

Mass exodus of employees: Can HR pre-empt it?

Mass exit of employees from any organization is definitely a difficult situation. The situation becomes worst when HR need to manage such condition. The recent exit of 33 employees of ICICI Securities Private Wealth Management to join WGC brings to the fore HR's biggest challenge-mass exits.

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