Human Resources Blogs

Competency Mapping in Select Sector in India

Posted by: Mrs. Mekala P | Human Resources

In the current competitive world, recruitment aspect of HR process is facing difficulty in finding a person or an employee with apt skills for the organization. Because of the changing nature of organizations, HRM has becomes critical for the organizations survival. There is more demand for multi skilled people and it’s also very difficult to develop multi skilled employee inside the organization. The role of HR is to find the gap between employees and employer in the organization. Notably HRs use competency as the crucial tool to find the skill gap.

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Reinventing Human Capital

Posted by: Karthick K | Human Resources

In this digitized and technology driven world, there is no doubt that the globally outsourced job market is very highly disrupted. Searching for a job is becoming very challenging and furthermore becomes difficult when we are not addressing it in a professional manner. So what did we miss?
Well, we can create our own personalized method to monitor our skill progression but inorder to fulfill the job requirement, we should not have any Lacuna. Lacuna what? Simply put its a skill gap and must be filled.

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Role of Technology in HR

Posted by: Karthick K | Human Resources

The use of technology in the past few years has grown considerably and advancement of technology is going to be a great challenge for the current generation professionals. The ultimate aim for every organization is to achieve organizational goal by using less resources and utilizing the available resources in an effective way.

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Skill gap between Student’s Education and Industry’s Expectation

Posted by: Mrs. Mekala P | Human Resources

There is always a gap between our education system and the expectations of the employers and this is a hot topic around the world today. Each year, 15 million youngsters are entering the work force and more than 75% in that work force are not job ready. India will need 700 million skilled workers by 2022 to meet the increasing job demand.

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