CHRO should Balance Business Needs With People’s Needs

CHRO should Balance Business Needs With People's Needs
Senior leaders should prioritize creating inclusive work environment - where employees are able to participate in making decisions that directly impact(s) their work and their sense of ownership.

What three most challenging areas would be for pre CHRO to succeed in 2024?

SD Challenges may vary based on the industry, organisational size, and other contextual factors. Additionally, staying abreast of legal and regulatory changes, promoting diversity and inclusion, and effectively leveraging data analytics in HR decision-making are now part of routine that may continue to be areas of focus for pre-CHROs in 2024. However, the following will be imperative from a business continuity perspective :

1) Remote Work and Hybrid Work Models : The ongoing evolution of work structures, particularly the shift to remote and hybrid work models, presents challenges in terms of workforce management, communication, and employee engagement. A pre-CHRO may need to navigate issues related to maintaining a cohesive company culture, ensuring effective communication across distributed teams, and implementing policies that support both remote and in-office employees.

2) Employee Well-being and Mental Health :...

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Surbhi Dewan

postgraduate in HR, in her current role, is Vice President-HR at Ashiana Housing Ltd.
An alumnus of New York University and a certified PI & Top grading practitioner with 19+ years' work experience across industries like Real Estate, Logistics, Public Relations, IT, Logistics and ITEs Surbhi is a drafting committee member for the 1992 code of practice on safety and health in construction industry & has represents India at the International Labor Organization (ILO), Geneva. Other accolades include Business World 40 under 40 Club of Achievers (2020) & the PeopleFirst HR Excellence Award (2021).

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Surbhi Dewan

postgraduate in HR, in her current role, is Vice President-HR at Ashiana Housing Ltd.
An alumnus of New York University and a certified PI & Top grading practitioner with 19+ years' work experience across industries like Real Estate, Logistics, Public Relations, IT, Logistics and ITEs Surbhi is a drafting committee member for the 1992 code of practice on safety and health in construction industry & has represents India at the International Labor Organization (ILO), Geneva. Other accolades include Business World 40 under 40 Club of Achievers (2020) & the PeopleFirst HR Excellence Award (2021).

February 2024

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