News: Indian HR practices are evolving but need work, says Whirlpool's David

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Indian HR practices are evolving but need work, says Whirlpool's David

New Delhi: For the past four years, American home appliance manufacturing company Whirlpool, which has on its rolls over a lakh of employees and about 8,500 in direct and indirect employment in India, has been trying to regain its market share by innovative HR practices and tweaking of the bell curve. The company's senior vice president, global human resources, David Binkley feels global HR practices have changed significantly and the HR market in India is evolving as well. 

New Delhi: For the past four years, American home appliance manufacturing company Whirlpool, which has on its rolls over a lakh of employees and about 8,500 in direct and indirect employment in India, has been trying to regain its market share by innovative HR practices and tweaking of the bell curve. The company's senior vice president, global human resources, David Binkley feels global HR practices have changed significantly and the HR market in India is evolving as well. 

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