Offices and branches of Group in 46 countries to open their doors for a full day’s job shadowing, career orientation, CV clinics and interviews.
Through its ‘Young Leaders’ programme, Airtel engages with young talent very early on, allowing them to experience the best of the corporate world.
The programme will provide opportunities to talented women, who are ready to return from a break, to reboot their careers in full force.
SAS has turned to analytics for making meaningful decisions based on data, relevant to its business, helping it assess the quality of applicants.
Through this initiative, ‘Rekindle’ Amazon endeavours to provide opportunities to support women, who intend to professionally reintegrate and recommence their job.
The pharma company announced its new credo, leadership essentials framework and global job banding framework as part of its continuing HR transformation.
Caring and Reaching out to Employees (CARE) is the initiative, which the Company is using to ensure the wellbeing of both its people and their families.
The programme helps young talent increase their employability and career prospects through highly effective work-based training.
As part of the company’s flagship campus initiative, YES Professional Entrepreneurship Programme (YPEP), YES BANK, has introduced a game-based evaluation round in addition to group discussions and interviews.
The objective was to bring together people to bond better and let their dear ones experience the place where they spend a large part of their day.
Its initiatives cover the physical, nutritional, emotional and financial needs of millennials, and specific work groups like women, young parents, differently-abled, new hires and people with personal situations.
The Full Circle programme applies to all regular full-time women employees, who have been employed with PwC for two or more years.
Amdocs has launched a disruptive leadership programme and a new innovation home for employee idea generation.
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During the peak time at its Contact Centre, every day for an entire week, the senior leaders of Charles Tyrwhitt don the role of ‘tea-boy’.
The women-friendly work-linked benefits programme includes an increase in the paid maternity leave to nine months.
The company witnessed colour-themed Dussehra team activities.
The group employs about 350 speech and hearing impaired (SHI) people, about a 100 who are orthopaedically handicapped (OH) and 14 with Down Syndrome.
The global initiative aims to blur the lines between work and personal lives by giving an opportunity to employees to bring in their loved ones to their workplace.
The Referral Premier League (RPL) is aimed at engaging and motivating employees for quality recommendations.
Happiest Minds is taking some unique steps to inculcate mindfulness— through activities such as meditation and yoga.
With the help of cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and mindfulness, the initiative will potentially help millions solve problems caused by stress, anxiety and other emotional or mental issues.
The company has decided to drop the traditional annual performance reviews, in favour of this continuous performance management process.
The company focussed on handholding and developing the vendors supplying over the lion’s share of their components.
The moms of White Rivers Digital employees, in different parts of the city, received hand-written notes, boxes of their favourite chocolates and a big, warm 'thank you'.
The programme takes care of women’s needs as mothers and home-makers so that they can give their best to their professions as well.
The changing business dynamics has forced Indian pharma companies to relook at their hiring strategy and the need to have a more diversified and inclusive salesforce.
In the new system, there is no forced fitment of an individual into a particular performance grade. The erstwhile quota system of performance grades, where every department is supposed to have its list of high and low performers, has been abolished.
Bengaluru-based Ozone Group has launched a programme urging its employee to quit smoking and lose weight and in lieu of the same, it has offered hefty financial rewards.
On completing 19 years of successful operations in India, the West and South franchises of McDonald’s India decided to show their gratitude to their employees, by organising a week-long celebration.
The company aims to create an environment of collaboration, innovation and engagement through quality conversations.
Aircel, a top -down organisation in terms of compensation and benefits, turned the pyramid upside down only to discover that it worked wonderfully in its favour!
The ‘Associate Appreciation Week’ acknowledges Marriot employees as the true essence behind excellent customer service.
Extended leaves, maternity claim benefits, crèche support and baby showers are some of the attractions for expectant and new mothers in the workforce.
Over 250 team of Wipro employees from across the globe collaborated remotely with their teammates to design and develop apps for multiple platforms and languages.
The company has laid out a new policy on maternity and parenting.
The stores, which are not restricted to women customers alone, receive an average footfall and ratio of men and women at par with any other Vodafone retail outlet.
Accenture paves the way for retention of women employees by extending maternity leave to 22 weeks.
The company organised blood donation camps simultaneously across 10 locations.
FMCG and Cola brand PepsiCo does a campus connect through a competition, ‘The PepsiCo Apprentice’ which allows three winners to spend a day with Pepsi’s top management.
While companies worldwide have a happy hour on Friday to end the week on a good note, Jabong tries to reverse this trend, making Monday the most happening day at work.
The company’s newly launched ‘Activ@te’ programme aims to train engineering students to be job ready from day one.
It's one of the few companies which allows its employees work full-time dedicatedly with a cause focussed NGO and also pay them for the same.
Maveric Systems is evaluating candidates through a radio show on Chennai Live. The company hopes to find the best fit for the role and also create some buzz around the brand.