HR needs to step out of the traditional closet

HR needs to step out of the traditional closet
How do you visualize the future of HR in the Indian as well as global context?
AS The future of HR is difficult to pen down as it will be as vast as our imaginations. People have evolved as the core; businesses exist with, through, and for them. HR will hold the responsibility to not only manage, develop and retain people but will also be responsible for being a connector/enabler for everything associated. HR’s role was to take care of people analytics, and today we see that be it data or business, HR relevance can’t go unnoticed. They have become people’s voices and masters of numbers in all strategic decision-making processes. From a return on investment (ROI) to a Return on Expectation and Engagement (ROE) has to be the strategic field of execution for HR. HR of the future will have a more substantial role in defining the Dos and don’ts of working with people through processes.
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Dr. Ankita Singh

currently is Senior Vice President & Global Head HR, IT, Admin, and Travel at CIGNEX & Founder: HR Association of India. She has over 22 years of progressive experience in managing and leading various aspects of Human Resources spanning across high paced business domains of ITES. Dr. Ankita has been conferred with may awards and recognitions. Among others are Top 100 people Manager in India for three consecutive years in 2019, 2020 and 2021 by Forbes India and Great Manager Institute.

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Dr. Ankita Singh

currently is Senior Vice President & Global Head HR, IT, Admin, and Travel at CIGNEX & Founder: HR Association of India. She has over 22 years of progressive experience in managing and leading various aspects of Human Resources spanning across high paced business domains of ITES. Dr. Ankita has been conferred with may awards and recognitions. Among others are Top 100 people Manager in India for three consecutive years in 2019, 2020 and 2021 by Forbes India and Great Manager Institute.

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