Managing Performance and Rewards in changing times
The DELHI HR CONCLAVE 2018 on Emerging Human Resource Ecosystem was organized by Confederation of Indian Industry CII, in New Delhi on October 10,...
The DELHI ‘HR’ CONCLAVE 2018 on “Emerging Human Resource Ecosystem” was organized by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), in New Delhi on October 10, 2018. Among other topics, 'Managing Performance during changing times -: Opportunities & Challenges’ among different age groups was discussed by panellists who are directly associated with it and are stakeholders in the process – i.e. HR leaders and B-School Directors.
Dr. Jitendra K. Das, Director of FORE School of Management, a premier management school of Delhi / NCR region, was the moderator of the session along with co-panelists; Group CHRO JBM Group Mr. Rajiv Sahdev; Chief People Officer PNB Housing Mr. Anshul Bhargava; Managing Partner TRS Law Offices, Ms. Sunieta Ojha.
Dr. Das set up the tone of the discussion by highlighting the perception of the millennials and Gen Y about success, work environment, achievements, business priorities and expectations and performances. “We keep defining as to what is meant by ‘changing times’ frequently in corporate perspective as industry is changing fast and expects employees with ‘industry readiness’ from management schools”, said Dr. Das.
Mr. Rajiv Sahdev, Group CHRO JBM Group, spoke about the employee value propositions and how successful organisations retain their talents. Mr Anshul Bhargava, Chief People Officer PNB Housing, citing the transformation from ‘physical to digital world or physital world’, trust factors have increased and business environments are better compared to what it was few years back. Today, the employee-employer relationship is more critical.
Ms. Sunieta Ojha, Managing Partner TRS Law Offices, citing examples from industry, mentioned how with changing times organisations and process are changing with respect to values, organisation culture, work environment, privacy laws beyond just ‘performance’.
Dr. Das concluded the session by citing the transparency practices and open culture followed and preferred by the new generation.