HR should think beyond workplace

HR should think beyond workplace - Sakshi Soni
The organisation should set clear goals and objectives to an employee. This can help all the staff members accountable for their actions and model exemplary workplace behaviour.

What inspired you to join HR profession?

SS I chose HR simply because of my people skills and the passion within me. I have always been very good at communicating, networking, listening to people’s problems and coming up with solutions to help them. HR being the chariot of the organisation, it plays a key role in connecting the value of human capital to the goals of the company. HR has to deal with people from various backgrounds, level of experience and skills on a day-to-day basis. It is not wrong to say that a business is as good as its employees and being an HR lets you influence many aspects of the business starting from acquisition of talent and its development to participating in strategic decisions. You get to work with many kinds of people. There is never one rule for HR activities. Each time, it requires new strategies, technologies and skills that you must improve upon. Along with that being an HR requires high emotional intelligence, being a female,...

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Sakshi Soni

currently is Deputy Manager with Continental Engines, Bhiwadi (NCR). With 10+ years of organisational experience of Automobile industry. She is a keen strategist with a flair for designing and implementing innovative strategies and HR interventions for accelerated growth of the organisation.

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Sakshi Soni

currently is Deputy Manager with Continental Engines, Bhiwadi (NCR). With 10+ years of organisational experience of Automobile industry. She is a keen strategist with a flair for designing and implementing innovative strategies and HR interventions for accelerated growth of the organisation.

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