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Industry LeaderHuman Capital, launched in June 1997, has created a niche for itself as India’s first and only exclusive monthly magazine on HR. The magazine has spearheaded a change in the HR industry by introducing for the first time, the concept of an HR business magazine, that provides local and global perspectives, as well as information on HR vendors, products and services. Human Capital continues to be India’s most respected and widely read HR magazine.
Power of contentHuman Capital’s uniqueness lies in its content, which is largely contributed by HR business leaders and practitioners, major consulting firms and academicians from premier management schools. Every issue contains stories and features offering valuable inputs from opinion makers, insights into current issues, industry trends, innovative practices, and workable solutions in HR.
Local blends with globalHuman Capital’s content reflects Indian HR at its best, but equally mirrors the global scenario in the realm of people management. Editorial collaborations with international HR publications like Asia Staff (Singapore) and Chief Learning Officer (U.S.) as well as consulting firms like Hewitt and Towers Wyatt, ensure access to the latest news and cutting edge ideas.
Live HR from real worldFeatures: Full length feature stories aim to explore the real issues facing the HR professional of today, and offer insight into practical solutions that are helping HR make an impact on an organizational level.
Case study: A fictional story revolving around a personal or professional crisis or conflict situation. Two experts (usually senior HR or consulting practioners offer their individual perspectives as possible solutions.
Persona: Interviews revealing the life and times of India’s HR leaders.
HR practice: Indepth stories highlighting a unique, successful or impactful HR practice or process. Human Capital’s monthly columns enjoy immense popularity with readers, whether it is Dileep Ranjekar (sharing wisdom on people management), Renu Mattoo (offering tips on business etiquette), Gautam Brahma (musing on industry trends), Prasenjit Bhattacharya (expert opinion on organization growth) or Archana Sasan (answering queries related to labour laws).
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