‘Best’ HR practices come to light at conference

Published: 04th July 2013 10:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th July 2013 10:12 AM   |  A+A-

N-V-Balachander

HR Sangam organised the second HR conference for this year at Hotel Hilton recently.

The conference saw 10 HR leaders from diverse sectors and business houses throw light on the various best HR practices that have been game changers to their organisations. Commenting on the objective of such initiatives, Shashikanth, founder  of HR Sangam said, “Purpose points you in the right direction. Passion propels you to the destination. This conference is a conglomeration of over 300 passionate HR managers eager to gain knowledge from such initiatives.”

Founded in 2006, HR Sangam, which includes more than 1,000 HR professionals, provides a platform for the HR fraternity to network and share knowledge. In keeping with this objective, regular events are organised by inviting senior HR practitioners to share their knowledge on contemporary areas of HR.

Regular monthly meetings interspersed with management movie-based discussions, workshops on trending HR topics, book reviews are conducted. Till date, over 100 events have been organised covering topics ranging from contract labour to competency mapping, training to talent management, recruitment to retention strategies and so on.

The forum also works on developing skills among the student community. ‘Campus to Corporate’ is a workshop among the students enabling them to scale up their employability and equip them to the corporate expectations ahead.

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