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A memorable exit

A strong exit programme is as critical for an organisation as an induction programme.

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Living up to the name

Happiest Minds follows a 7Cs and 7Ws model to ensure the happiness of its workforce.

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Employees must be able to fearlessly criticise any policy or view without being censured or admonished.

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The company wants to create a digital mindset among its employees.

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An organisation that promotes whistleblowing

The company has implemented a new programme, ‘ISpeak’, as a part of its whistleblowing mechanism...

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The company’s newly launched ‘Activ@te’ programme aims to train engineering students to be job ready from day one.

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The company celebrates its women dominated technology team.

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Seema Nambiar, senior director, people resources, McDonald’s India–West & South, has been associated with the Quick-Service-Restaurant (QSR) sector for some time now, and  been part of the McDonald’s family for more than 15 years. Prior to this, she managed employee training for Domino’s India.

In her current role, she is responsible for ensuring seamless integration of company and people strategies at McDonald’s, West and South divisions. She focusses on enhancing the company’s employer brand image, and works towards creating a heightened Employee Value Proposition. In her previous role at McDonald’s, Nambiar was head – learning, development and strategy planning.

While sharing the employee development programmes at McDonald’s with HR Katha, she talks about how McDonald’s helps its employees build a career and not just pursue a job which is quite unusual in the QSR sector.  Excerpts

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