The ‘Human Resources Compendium’ Covering Issues Ranging from the Role of the Hr Function, Organisational Culture and Talent Engagement to Diversity & Inclusion, Regulatory Issues and Managing a Post-Pandemic Workforce
- As one of the country's largest content-based peer group platforms for CEOs and top functional executives, comprising more than 2,000 Indian and global business/functional heads from over 1,200 member companies, this research and opinion has informed the perspectives of business leaders for over 26 years.
- These briefing sessions, led by well-regarded speakers from industry, government, academia and the media, offer candid and authoritative perspectives on a wide range of economic, policy, business and functional issues. Insights from these sessions are captured and distilled into crisp, focused conclusions papers.
- In addition, the publisher's in-house research team, which comes with decades of collective experience tracking the Indian operating environment, has created a vast collection of original, business-centric research papers of direct relevance to corporate decision-makers. These cover subjects ranging from economic and policy analysis to industry trends, management practices and emerging business ideas.
- Collectively, this body of work contains rich lessons, fascinating case studies and deep, often unique perspectives on the challenges, opportunities and - most of all - the reality of operating in India. This series of compendiums is an attempt to share some of the most timeless and relevant learnings, both from our original research and from selectively curated session-conclusion papers.
The ‘Human Resources Compendium' covering issues ranging from the role of the HR function, organisational culture and talent engagement to diversity & inclusion, regulatory issues and managing a post-pandemic workforce.
Table of Contents
II. Reframing the HR Agenda
III. The New CHRO Mandate: Becoming a Business Driver
IV. Great Expectations: A CEO-CHRO Saga
V. CFOs and CHROs: Mutual Expectations and Accountability - I
VI. CFOs and CHROs: Mutual Expectations and Accountability - II
II. Navigating the Organisation through Disruption
III. Cultural Transformation: The Key to Business Growth
IV. Corporate Governance: How Independent are Boards in India?
V. Do ESG Firms Have Better Board Practices?
II. Designing a Positive Employee Experience
III. Emerging Paradigms in Talent Management
II. Board Pay vs. Company Performance
III. Compensation Strategy: Costs and Structures
II. Decoding the New Wage Code
III. The New Labour Codes and their Implications
II. Key Barriers to Diversity & Inclusion:
III. Diversity and Inclusion: Open-House Discussions
IV. Investing in Women: The Business Imperative
V. Gender Inequality at the Board Level
VI. Gender Representation and Pay Gaps in Corporate India
II. Disruptions to the World of Work
III. Thinking Beyond the Crisis: CXO Imperatives
IV. Transforming HR: The Role of Technology
V. Post-Covid Workforce Management
VI. Assessing the Sustainability of a WFH World
VII. Planning the Return to Workplace: CHROs’ Early Considerations
VIII. Leading through a Pandemic: The CEO Way
IX. Leadership in the New World Order: Getting the Best out of Your People
X. Mind the CEO Skills Gaps
XI. The CHRO's Role in the New Paradigm
XII. Technology Adoption in HR: Gathering Pace