People centric approach

People centric approach

The year passed by after covid pandemic has given us the learning that HR function in business has to be ready to meet all unexpected and put an umbrella on organisation and its people to save them from any untoward happening.

Be it the quite quitting, hybrid working model, talent crunch, mental wellbeing-on all fronts, these have compelled business and HR leaders to dive deep to find out how to make it more compatible to business needs. On employee front, mass layoff has been a dark spot on organisations’ credibility and sustainability.

In this back drop, HR focus in 2023 may be on consolidating the fragmented work force, devising innovative ways to manage talent through retention strategies, employee experience and engagement. Embracing HR technology and up-skilling HR team to make optimum use may be other point of focus for HR in coming year. Issues of workforce with flexibility like gig will need greater attention as it can be a challenge also if not managed well looking into the growing numbers and in all keeping proactive approach would be paying dividends to the function.

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How maintaining credibility of the organisation among workforce and keep it growing in tough times is the best one which HR witnessed during covid. Point of apprehension of slowdown leading to mass layoff thereby creating a credibility dent among workforce will be a focus point for HR to ensure that even if this may have to happen in coming year as some surveys have already indicated in some sectors, should be done at last after consuming all alternatives in such a humanitarian way that it gives less pain to employees. How best can HR handle this pressure will be a test in coming time.

HR experts in special feature of this edition discuss what should be in focus for HR in the year with insights and predictions, are really capable of setting the agenda for the HR leaders.

Cover story of this edition is much sought after annual compilation of important labour judgments of the year 2022. More than 600 judgments delivered by supreme court and various high courts comprehended in one/few lines is the result of our research team hard work who had gone through in to thousands of pages of such judgments published in various journals and selected important and relevant judgments for readers. The gist in one line of the judgments helps understanding the core point on the subject which is not only a quick way to update the knowledge but also a big-time saver for HR/labour/legal professionals. These judgments also set a clear guideline to work on future strong and positive employee relations.

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