People Matters, India's Leading Human Resources Magazine - India's Single Point of Reference for Knowledge in the HR Industry.
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This magazine is a leading knowledge and media platform in the Human Resources space. We strive to create an HR community of practice and excellence that fosters amalgamation of new ideas between HR managers, HR service providers and CXOs, leading to the growth of HR as a business critical function.
The magazine's print, online, digital and events platforms provide thousands of HR stakeholders with information, best practices, trends and industry news. In a short span of 4 years, it has emerged as India's single point of reference for knowledge in the HR industry. Outreach through multiple media platforms has enabled People Matters to create a growing community of 76,000 people.
As HR steps up to its new role as business partner and becomes indispensable to business, our vision is to become an indispensable source of knowledge, information and inspiration for the community.
Key Topics Covered:
Sample Table of Contents:
- The era of automation by Suparna Chawla Bhasin
- Next-gen recruitment: A case of potential disruption in the market by Vikas Arora
- Disrupting HR: The Zenefits way by Jerry Moses
- Say hello to the Chief Digital Officer by Peter Hughes, Partner and Digital strategist & Studio Lead, Deloitte Digital, Canada
- Concept of social recognition will pick up - Swaminathan Santhanam, Chief Executive Officer, Adrenalin by Anu Babu Kurian
Tech HR 2015:
- The spotlight is back with a bang BY Anu Babu Kurian and Ishita Sharma
- Leveraging Big Data for hiring is the new norm Richard Castellini, SVP
- Corporate and Business Development, CareerBuilder by Pallavi Sharma
- Taking Flight: The journey into the next brbit by K Srinivas RAO, Partner & Chief Strategist, The Strategist; and MONTY BHARALI, Partner & Chief Engagement Officer, The Strategist
- The future of leadership in India by Ed Cohen, Executive Vice President, Nelson Cohen Global Consulting; and Pris Nelson, President and CEO, Nelson Cohen Global Consulting
- Encouraging, Enabling and Engaging HiPos by Anu Babu Kurian
- Can I have it all? Anuranjita Kumar, Managing Director, Chief Human Resources Officer, Citi South Asia by Anu Babu Kurian
- Faridun Dotiwala, Master Expert, Partner, Lead Human Capital Practice, Asia. McKinsey & Co
- Kavil Ramachandran, Executive Director, Thomas Schmidheiny Centre for Family Enterprise, Indian School of Business
- Harsh Chopra, Founding Partner, Partners 4 Growth
- Smita Anand, Head, Board & CEO Services, Asia Pacific; Managing Director, Leadership & Talent Consulting, India, Korn Ferry International
- Rajesh Padmanabhan, President, Group CHRO, Member Group EXCO, Vedanta
- Rituparna Chakraborty, SVP, TeamLease, President, Indian Staffing Federation
- Anshoo Sharma, Principal, Lightspeed Advisory Services India
- Shanthi Naresh, India Business Leader, Talent Consulting and Information Solutions at Mercer Consulting India Private Ltd
- Ankur Warikoo, CEO, Groupon India
- Shakun Khanna, Country Head - Right Management India
- Lavleen Raheja, Chairman & CEO, FranklinCovey India & South
- Richard Rekhy, Chief Executive Officer, KPMG India
- Ambrish Rastogi, Director - Consulting, PwC
- Abhijit Bhaduri, Chief Learning Officer, Wipro Group
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Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager
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