As the economy continues to improve, businesses are beginning to experience more intense competition in the job market. Unfortunately, traditional practices in acquiring and retaining talenthaveoccasionally fallen short of meeting the demands and constantly evolving challenges of a 21stcentury workforce. In an era in which three generations are working side-by-side and the cultural makeup of workers is more diverse than ever, business leaders need an updated set of strategies in order to increase corporate growth and effectiveness. Reactionary hiring strategies are, at best, a triage mechanism and do not sustainably prepare companies to remain competitive in light of talent shortage trends.This means dedicating proper resources to it, creating tailored strategies and processes, and...
Srinivasan CR, Senior Vice President, Global Product Management & Data Centre Services, Tata Communications
Imroz Khan, Recruitment Specialist, DB Services
Philip Kurian, Country Head & Director, Pearson
Amir Das, Director – Human Resources, Bennett Coleman & Co.Ltd.(Times of India Group)
Parag Arora, Area Vice President and Country Head, India Subcontinent, Citrix India
Silky Jain, Executive Director, Tula’s Institute
Tanmay Shingal, Co-Founder & COO
Anita Vasudevan, Group Manager HR, Sonata Software Ltd.
Delisa Alexandre, EVP & CPO, Red Hat
Bala V Sathyanarayanan, EVP of Business Transformation & CHRO, Xerox