Wednesday, 12 July 2017 10:18

Is HR made to do the dirty job?

Be it negotiating salaries during hiring, to bring down employee cost for the organisation, or disclosing the management’s decision to let go of people, HR always ends up having to do the dirty job. On the one hand there is the management that requires HR to execute a certain task beneficial to the organisation, and on the other, there are those people whose careers are at stake—a catch 22 situation for HR. It is left to HR to decide whether they should balance out the situation or get their hands dirty, by blindly following the management’s orders.

Published in Point Of View
Tuesday, 07 February 2017 08:49

Bajaj Auto gets Ravi Kyran as president -HR

Kyran, who was the vice president HR, World Wide Analog at TI,  moved to Pune from Dallas, Texas to join the company.

Published in Movement

Rath and his wife Padmaja lost their lives in a car accident, while their two children suffered serious injuries.

Published in News