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Employer - Employee Relationship; Four Things to Pay Attention to

Pallavi Kapoor, HR Head - India & SAARC, EMC
Thursday, June 30, 2016
Pallavi Kapoor, HR Head - India & SAARC, EMC
Headquartered in Massachusetts, EMC Corporation is a global leader in enabling businesses and service providers to transform their operations and deliver IT as a service.

People are the core of any business, and every organization must ensure that employees and their experiences take precedence and center stage in every decision. Understanding, and more importantly, developing a high-performing culture is the crux to building and achieving strategic objectives. A well-defined, established and unique culture provides the framework for organizational development and strategic planning and we must empower this culture to guide the planning process of any organization.

One of the key developments in this respect has been the evolution of HR vis-a-vis the technological advancements and shifts in the demography of the talent pool coming into the ecosystem. Although the rationale behind HR processes remains the same, thinking is slowly but surely being directed towards how HR processes can be executed differently.

A people framework should be built on four Es - Enable, Educate, Excite & Engage

1. Enable - Redefined processes make work simple and more efficient. Intranet portals like leave management system and HR chats help real time query resolution and enable employees to pursue their business goals.


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