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    Keshav Sridhar is the COO of a leading consultancy firm in Bengaluru. He is a seasoned HR Pro...
  • Dec-2018
    Lancelot Cutinha is Head - Human Resources at Mahindra Lifespaces. He has previously held lea...
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  • By Sriram Raghunandhanan
    With continued industry growth BPM companies that succeed with talent management are those who...
  • Sep-2015
  • By Pradip P Sachdeva
    The underlying challenges of the pharma industry are retaining employees, dealing with multid...
  • July-2015
    To combat the retail industry's peculiar HR challenges, the need is to develop an attitude for...
  • Dec-2013
  • By Sannita Chakraborty Saha
    Manav, a team leader says, "Employee turnover not only results in loss of talent, but also le...
  • Nov-2013
  • By Sannita Chakraborty
    Ramit, a placement- in- charge says, "The Indian real estate sector has traditionally been an ...
  • Sep-2013
  • By Sannita Chakraborty Saha
    Tough variable pay policy Amol, an HR manager says, "We have a variable pay policy for our c...
  • Aug-2013
  • By Sannita Chakraborty Saha
    Ravi, an HR manager says, “Selling insurance involves a lot of trust. I always try my best to s...
  • July-2013
  • By Sannita Chakraborty Saha
    Attracting talent Rohit, an HR manager for ABC automobiles, has been asked to hire ten smart y...
  • May-2013
  • By Sannita Chakraborty Saha
    Freeze on recreational expenses Rita, a manager with a popular fast food chain shares her dile...
  • Apr-2013
  • By Sannita Chakraborty Saha
    Rohit, an IT engineer was shocked to get a pink slip on a usual Monday morning. When he confron...
  • Mar-2013
  • By Sannita Chakraborty Saha
    Ragini, a programmer, shares why she quit her previous job in spite of a lucrative pay package....
  • Feb-2013
  • By Sannita Chakraborty Saha
    Whose responsibility is it? Rita, a BPO employee says, "My manager rosters me mostly for the ...
  • Jan-2013
  • By Sannita Chakraborty Saha
    Rohan, a legal associate in a prominent law firm is extremely angry because his colleague walk...
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