Board-level attention around corporate sustainability is hitting all-time highs with ESG factors now ranked as ‘very important’ to the enterprise value of a company – in addition to being a force for good in the world, says Stephen Bovis, vice president and managing director South Pacific, Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
With only two days to go, People Matters TechHR India 2022 is back along with TechHR Startup Program. This year, we have a diverse line-up of startups such as Qapita, Talent On Lease, Gyde, Maq AI, Ellow.io, Happy+, Texperia, mHealthAI, Panalyt and HireHunch that focus on innovative solutions for organisations tackling new realities.
There may not be a sustained impact on jobs or hiring freezes as long as business models and investments are robust, says Amit Chincholikar, Global Chief Human Resources Officer, Tata Consumer Products Limited.
For chef Ranveer Brar, who will be a keynote speaker at People Matters TechHR India 2022, his journey has been full of ups and downs. But through it all, he has always believed that it is people who have been his pillar of strength, helping him bounce back time and again.
At Asia’s largest HR and WorkTech conference, People Matters TechHR India 2022, we have the biggest names from the industry talking about the biggest trends, the biggest challenges and the biggest transformations.
Want to find answers to the role cryptocurrencies, NFTs and an open web will play in reshaping the way people interact with their workspaces? Or listen to stories of CEOs who have simplified the way to harness the power of emerging technologies? Wait no more as we bring to you insightful sessions from future leaders Pratik Gauri and Kirthiga Reddy at People Matters TechHR
The future of the labour market remains uncertain as some companies scale back on hiring to prepare for the unknown. However, we are still in a hot job seeker's market, says Leslie Tarnacki, SVP of HR at WorkForce Software.