23rd National Management Colloquium - HR15

23rd National Management Colloquium - HR15

 

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23rd National Management Colloquium - HR’15

Value HR-Concept to Practice:

  • Employee Acquisition and Retention
  • Employee Engagement

26th September, 2015 at ASBM Campus

http://asbm.ac.in/uploads/HR%20REVISED%20BROUCHURE.pdf

 

The globalisation and liberalisation of business and enunciation of information technology over the past few decades have sharpened competition and struggle for survival among organisations forcing them to take a fresh look at the traditional ways of conducting business.

 

At this juncture, it is highly interesting today to identify the right practices to help focus investments and strategy implementation. In this case, HR Management can be valued as a strategic, integrated and coherent approach to the employment, and deployment of people working in organisations.

 

The HR department's responsibility is to build a high performing team (through acquisition to engagement) of the right set of people who can contribute in creating an efficient and effective organisation from the perspective of holistic and long-term growth. The role of HR is changing in a progressive backdrop of work environment. Formerly, the focus was on individual employee who can deliver to the process model of the business. Now, HR strategies need to orient and engage the employee and the work group to the overall business and objectives of the organisation.

 

Contemporary Human Resource look is now valued from a transactional stature to a strategic formation. Human Resource strategy is now to align with organizational strategy through long-term goals.

 

The responsibility of HR department is not only bounded to hiring candidates and other formalities such as supervising allowances but also to bring about the level of assertiveness in work and the willingness to contribute to growth of the company.

 

Considering this as backdrop, the present colloquium on HR focused on the following sub-themes :

  • Employee Acquisition & Retention
  • Employee Engagement