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  • Let the Fun Begin!!

    Let the Fun Begin!!

    “Imagine an organization where people would love to come on a Monday and hate to leave on a Friday!!” In one of the interviews I was once asked, ‘Whether celebrating B’day can help retain employees’. Before I get in detail it’s very important to understand that employee engagement is a process which helps to build a connect between the employer and employee. Most organizations have realized how adding ‘Fun’ quotient to the environment helps engaging & retaining the talent. But […]

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  • Storify of #IndiaHRLIVE show with Dr.T.V Rao

    Storify of #IndiaHRLIVE show with Dr.T.V Rao

    Thank you so much for our audience on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google Plus and our Youtube subscribers for watching & promoting the LIVE show with DR. T.V.Rao on Future of HR! Appreciate your support. Here is the Storify! [View the story “#IndiaHRLIVE with @raotv” on Storify]

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  • Dr.T.V. Rao on Future of HR

    India HR LIVE is honored to present words of wisdom from the Founder & Initiator of HRD movement in India,  Dr. T V Rao on a special show airing this Tuesday, 27th August, 2013 at 8PM IST, where he will be talking about the Future of HR: Opportunities and Challenges. A new Human Resource Development system emerged in India in 1974 with Dr. T.V. Rao and Dr. Udai Pareek heading the movement. It was started as a “Review Exercise of the Performance Appraisal System” for Larsen & Toubro by the […]

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  • LIVE talk with Dr.T.V. Rao on Future of HR

    LIVE talk with Dr.T.V. Rao on Future of HR

    India HR LIVE is honored to present words of wisdom from the Founder & Initiator of HRD movement in India,  Dr. T V Rao on a special show airing this Tuesday, 27th August, 2013 at 8PM IST, where he will be talking about the Future of HR: Opportunities and Challenges. A new Human Resource Development system emerged in India in 1974 with Dr. T.V. Rao and Dr. Udai Pareek heading the movement. It was started as a “Review Exercise of the Performance Appraisal […]

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