'Good Employee Relations Propel Company's Growth'

Published: 20th March 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 20th March 2015 06:00 AM   |  A+A-

VISAKHAPATNAM:Identifying and encouraging an individual’s talents to propel company’s growth is a new HR management concept adopted to deal with human resources in an organisation for profitable results, said Girish Dixit, associate vice-president (Pharmaceutical Science and Technology) of Eisai Company Limited, Vizag.

Girish Dixit participated as the chief guest in a national seminar on ‘Management of Employee Relations: New Manifestation’, jointly organised by the National Institute of Personnel Management (NIPM) and GITAM Institute of Management at the varsity here Thursday.

He admitted that unlike earlier times, companies were now looking for more skilled employees and hence, the managements should identify and develop the skills of an employee through Organisational Talent Management system.

Visakhapatnam Steel Plant director (Personnel) GBS Prasad said that the HR department’s activities directly help a company achieve its business objectives and add value to the company. He stressed the importance of e-learning for enhancing the skills of human resources.

GITAM University vice-chancellor G Subrhamanyam emphasised the need for employees to follow the doctrine of ‘Organisation is Ours, Work Together and Make it Big’. He felt that successful organisations were excellent at employee relations and urged the NIPM and GIM to jointly develop a curriculum to offer a diploma in employee relations.

GIM principal K Sivaramakrishna specified that upgradation of skills was the basis of professionalism.

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