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The presenattaion attempts to give a overview of the present HR scenario in India, it specially focuses on the IT scenario

The presenattaion attempts to give a overview of the present HR scenario in India, it specially focuses on the IT scenario

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  • 1. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT --------------------------- Concerns, Challenges & Opportunities
  • 2. DAUNTING CHALLENGES
    • Demand for manpower is rising, but supply isn’t able to keep pace.
    • Bloating wage bills, but manpower quality is deteriorating.
    • Surfeit of graduates, but low employability due to poor skills.
    • Deep-rooted mindset
    • Managing aspirations of the 20-somethings
  • 3. SHOCKING Facts and Figures!!!
    • Less than 3% of HR heads sit on the boards of their companies.
    • People efficiency in India is barely 50-60% against a global average of 80-90%
    • Out of the 2 million graduates that pass out every year only 1/5 th are employable.
    • 99% of India’s 3.57million SMEs don’t follow contemporary HR practices.
    • 1800 SMEs do not employ HR heads.
    Source: Kelly Services Survey, Team lease Survey
  • 4. EMPLOYEE PRODUCTIVITY FULLY ENGAGED Source: BW -HR Anexi Blessing White Employee Engagement Survey 2008 ALMOST ENGAGED HONEYMOONERS & HAMSTERS CRASH & BURN DISENGAGED
  • 5. HEIGHTS OF ENGAGEMENT Source: BW -HR Anexi Blessing White Employee Engagement Survey 2008
  • 6. FACTORS INFLUENCING SATISFACTION AND CONTRIBUTION OF EMPLOYEES
    • Career development opportunities
    • Training
    • More challenging work
    • Opportunities to do what ‘I do best’
    • Regular, specific feedback
    • Greater clarity
  • 7. SATISFACTION LEVEL Indian workers are more satisfied Source: BW -HR Anexi Blessing White Employee Engagement Survey 2008
  • 8. ENGAGEMENT BY GENDER Source: BW -HR Anexi Blessing White Employee Engagement Survey 2008
  • 9. EMPLYOYEES SEEK MORE CHALLENGING ASSIGNMENTS Source: BW -HR Anexi Blessing White Employee Engagement Survey 2008
  • 10. WHAT INFLUENCES EMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTION Source: BW -HR Anexi Blessing White Employee Engagement Survey 2008
  • 11.
    • Cultural challenges owing to M & As
    • Leadership Grooming
    • Retaining know – how
    • Gender Equality
    HR Challenges….
  • 12. GENDER EQUALITY
    • 68% of the Fortune 500 companies do not have a female boardroom member
    • 11% of the top executives are women
    • Among total 128 countries, India ranks 114 th in terms of the Gender Gap Index 2007 report
    • Only 16% of the junior managers are women
    • Only 1% of the organizations have women CEOs
    • A female employee earns Rs 67 for every Rs100 earned by her male counterpart for similar work.
    Source: The World Economic Form Gender Gap Index 2007 Confederation of Indian Industries Report
  • 13. HR Initiatives for WOMEN
    • On campus day-care centre – (McAfee India)
    • Flexi- Timing to accommodate early parenthood
    • Extended maternity leaves
    • Adoption maternity leave – (IBM)
    • A certain amount of payment of the legal expenses incurred while adopting a child – (HP)
    • Cab drops during pregnancy
    • Post maternity leaves without pay for 6months to 1yr – IBM, Infosys)
  • 14. Thank You By: Mamata Sampath