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The impact of the unprecedented “demonetisation” efforts of the government, the downgrading of the IMF’s India growth outlook and continued challenges with the ease of doing business in India had combined to make the presentation of this year’s budget a much looked forward to event.
What is Collaboration of the future? How would people collaborate in gig economies? How would structures change to accommodate a collaborative environment? These questions are answered here.
Increasing number of CEOs are facing the heat of business disruption across multiple channels of their value chain. In the context of these changes, CEOs highlight following top 5 talent risks to their business.
How decisions in the budget regarding tax on short term capital gains will impact shareholders and companies.
We asked a group of Imagineers to share thoughts on how they would structure and ready an organization to harness the potential of Shared and Gig Economy. Three guiding principles emerged from the discussion.
As India adds close to a million people to the working population every month, it is critical for the economy to constantly add jobs.
To completely do away with performance ratings for employees is to throw the baby out with the bathwater.
The current scenario with tight liquidity and RBI cuts can have an adverse effects on employee benefits liabilities.
MFIs need to adopt methods similar to the ones employed by banks and NBFCs for baselining pay and pushing performance.
With a special focus on India, Mark Oshima, Managing Partner and Sharad Vishvanath, Regional MD & Partner from Aon Strategic Advisory talk about the challenges that an M&A process creates for HR professionals and how can one overcome them.