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Lissy Anil Raut
Lissy Anil Raut

Lissy Anil Raut

Senior HR Manager


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Pain Points:
To strike a amicable balance between management and staff by effectively resolving their respective issues in the business.
Helping to develop the country
HR professionals can take this country towards development if they really understand the individual issues of employees and suggest a valuable opinion to the management for the growth of organization that ultimately leads to the development of the country as a whole.
Improving Education system
Education system in India is no doubt considered as one of the bestin the world. To improve the quality of education I would suggest that the examiners should focus more on understanding the concepts and expect students to express their opinion irrespective of language barrier. Encourage students to participate in open discussion on various topics without grading them for this.
HR Strategies In Place
We are able to recruit employees as per our requirement to fulfill the on-going business requirement of our company.
Recommended Reading
Website: CiteHR, SiliconIndia, HRIMMALL and HRZone.
Books: THE HR Answer Book by Shawn A. Smith, Rebecca A. Mazin, The Human Equation : Building Profits by Putting People First by Jeffrey Pfeffer.
Current HR Trends:
Organizations bringing in someone from the business side to lead Centrally controlled HR team fostering a true partnership relationship between HR and business leaders.
Identifying and Promoting New Leaders:
I look into the past performance first followed by identifying the following traits. a) One who was able to define a vision and motivate others to go with it. b) One who has shown the willingness to take on a challenge and enjoyed accomplishing something noteworthy. I promote such leaders to the next level.
Attract good people, Retain Better Performers and Advance the Best:
I attract good people by providing good perks and incentives. Retain better performers by providing training and development and advance the best by giving deserving promotions and extra benefits.
Qualities that we Look For While Hiring:
Apart from relevant technical knowledge, I also look into the following traits like Professionalism, High-energy, confidence, willingness to learn and accept change in candidates during recruitment.
Advice For Fellow HR Leaders:
Fellow HR leaders while taking decision in conflict should first offer their neutral assessment hearing of the people involved, evaluate the facts, review similar past experience of event and then judge according to the defined parameters.
Relationship with HR and Top Management
HR department is governed by people and relationships whereas, the CEO deals in numbers and accountability. Both entities are equally important and indispensable in business.
Recruiting new generation:
I recruit the Generation Y candidates by actually listening to their expectations and then giving an offer that is near-about to their expectation and if required, mould the company norms to suit them. Yes, they are really ambitious, yet, we need them.
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