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Kanhai Chhugani

The Future of Human Resources is AI
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One fine morning, I stumbled on this article, India’s HR Tech Market – An ignored billion-dollar pot of gold by PC Quest. Some figures as I read were confidence booster for my business. It predicted that by 2021 HR tech would be a whopping $34 billion business in the global market. Just then, to interrupt my happy thoughts, my doorbell rang, and it was my close friend Ravi, who had dropped in for a chat.

Those numbers were still running in my head, when my friend came in to discuss his future plans. He said was planning to set up a #smallventure in content writing. He has a flair for writing and was planning to hire a few people full time. But here was his situation –

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Good HR Software
The definition of a good HR Software
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Shraddha Pandey works for an IT firm in Pune. She joined the company recently as a software developer. Before this she had been working as a freelancer for many years. Due to diligent and helping attitude, she has plenty of goodwill in the market. She has brought in several of her past clients to this company in return for which he has earned a set percentage as referral bonus from her present employer.  

Shraddha has a client in Mumbai who is looking to scale up his start-up. Unwilling to let go of a good opportunity, she has set-up an off-site meeting with this client for the next day. However since she is new in this office and does not know many people, and her immediate boss is on leave, she does not know whom to approach for travel approval. She discussed the matter with a colleague, who told her that there is a lot of red tape involved and an instant approval would be difficult.

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Employee Engagement
Google’s Work Place
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‘People Operations’ is the term used by search giant #Google for its Human Resource Department. This in itself says a lot. Continuing with our Google series, this piece will discuss the functional aspects of Google’s workplace, headquartered in Mountain View, California, U.S, which has become a money-spinner of sorts.   

“On average, each Google employee generates nearly $1 million in revenue and $200,000 in profit each year” according to TLNT, a U.S-based news vertical that covers ‘the business of human resources.’

The above statistic begs the question – how are Google employees so super productive?

“A company can’t buy true emotional commitment from managers no matter how much it’s willing to spend; this is something too valuable to have a price tag. And yet a company can’t afford not to have it.” Rightly quoted by Stan Slap, CEO of Slap Company. An organisation needs to find the balance with profit and emotions.

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Employee Engagement
#Google’s Employee Engagement
#Google’s Employee Engagement 750 314 Kanhai Chhugani

How #Google makes it happen‽

The Human Resources department around the globe is facing the biggest test of its time called #EmployeeEngagement.

On the face of it, #Employeeengagement appears to be directly linked to a company’s performance. Other contributing factors could be employee retainership, job satisfaction, roles and responsibilities assigned interest in the job profile so on and so forth.

“Nurturing the people in your organization doesn’t require expensive perks or touchy-feely gimmicks. It’s about motivating, engaging and listening,” says Laszlo Bock, Google’s SVP of People Operations. He should know, as Google continues to rank as an employer of choice in sundry employee surveys.

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mass-customization
#MassCustomization is the new normal
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Experts contend that done properly, mass customization has the potential to complete replace mass production as the primary means of satisfying customers

#Masscustomization is a well-known, albeit not very old dictum in the Indian market. The dictionary defines it as “the ability to produce goods and services to meet individual customers’ needs with near mass production efficiency.”

In the B2C space, multinationals like Amazon and Walmart claim to have been catering to their niche audience with the tool of mass customization and driving higher ROI. The service is now doing the same.

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