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INDUSTRY FOCUS



Human Resource Planning

Human Resource Planning

Information is collected and analysed to identify current and future human resource needs and to forecast changing values, attitude, and behaviour of employees and their impact on organisation.

Organising

Organising

Relationships are identified, and activities are integrated towards a common objective. Relationships are established among the employees so that they can collectively contribute to the attainment of organisation goal.

Directing

Directing

Activating employees at different level and making them contribute maximum to the organisation is possible through proper direction and motivation.

Recruitment and Selection

Recruitment and Selection

Recruitment of candidates, which brings the pool of prospective candidates for the organisation so that the management can select the right candidate from this pool.


Job Analysis

Job Analysis

Job analysis is the process of describing the nature of a job and specifying the human requirements like qualification, skills, and work experience to perform that job.

Job Designing

Job Designing

Job design aims at outlining and organising tasks, duties, and responsibilities into a single unit of work for the achievement of certain objectives.

Training and Development

Training and Development

This function of human resource management helps the employees to acquire skills and knowledge to perform their jobs effectively. Training an development programs are organised for both new and existing employees.

Maintenance

Maintenance

Human resource is considered as asset for the organisation. Human resource management always try to keep their best performing employees with the organisation.

Industry Focus

We offer recruitment solutions across various industry domains:

  • IT & Telecom
  • BPO/ ITES
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Biotechnology and Life Sciences
  • Hospitals/ Health Care
  • Agriculture/ Dairy Technology
  • FMCG/ Consumer Goods
  • Real Estate and Construction
  • Power and Energy

Professional development is about providing employees with opportunities for growth and education on an individual basis. Human Resource Management is performance oriented. It has its focus on results, rather than on rules.