Re-skilling and up-skilling will be a tool to avoid conflict

Re-skilling and up-skilling will be a tool to avoid conflict
This increasing numbers of people if remain dissatisfied will directly impact o your quality and productivity as most gig workers are in customer service and supply chain management.

Visualising at the post covid business scenario, would IR/ER front also be changed or will remain same and if yes, what changed dimensions do you foresee emerging in industrial Relations/Employee relations?

BS Yes, lot of changes in ER role are taking place and shall also take place even after Covid 19 but ER should take these challenges as positive sign of growth in all sectors. India being a highest consumer base, lot of new International investors will surely review this opportunity and plan their investments here. A lot of scope for new jobs opening in all sectors are expected. Considering these facts and figures, Post covid 19 ER/IR should have to be more vigilant towards retention of skilled manpower, focused towards 100 % utilization of manpower, multi-skilling of employees for enhancing their efficiency, and also more focused towards cost effectiveness. Only those will survive in market, who will produce with 100% efficiency, best quality and at lower cost. The ER shall have...

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B.S. Dagar

Group Chief ER Officer at Escorts Ltd., Faridabad

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Group Chief ER Officer at Escorts Ltd., Faridabad

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