IIM Rohtak HR Summit 2012 to discuss the New Generation Employees and HR Challenges
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The New Generation Employees & the HR Challenges
Introduction: New generation employees are characterised by a few distinct attributes. Some of these characteristics are (1) they are well educated and self-confident, enjoy multi-tasking, bring tremendous passion to the workplace, seek challenges, and (2) are restless, incentive driven and they demand quick results. Organizations whether business or government, families or communities need new approaches and tools to manage them. This HR Summit, therefore, proposes to focus on the theme New Generation Employees and the HR Challenges. Managing the young new generation poses critical challenges to HR professionals.
Objectives: The key objectives of the Summit are:
- To examine some critical issues experienced by Human Resources professionals while addressing the need of new generation employees.
- To review current HR practices developed to cater to the need of the new generation employees.
- To outline the contour of experiences in dealing with the challenges associated with new generation employees.
The summit will have the following discussion themes:
New Generation Employees and the HR Challenges:
Research indicates that new generation employees prefer meritocracy, camaraderie, anti-traditionalism, and high degree of independence. For the new generation employees talent is the only recognised currency for survival, and growth poses significant threat to such organizations that are yet to tune to the requirement of meritocracy. New generation also prefers camaraderie a world of seamless team based work environment, which helps them to adapt to global work challenges. Delinking with the past for faster and better results, going beyond the rule of traditional game plan is natural tendency, seen among new generation employees. Fun is the bloodline for these new generation employees. They select company to work for, look for liberty to choose work timings when to get the work done and when to have fun. Hierarchy and rigid work schedules stifle them. The challenges are how to embed all these characteristics in todays organizational architecture for attracting best talent. The session will attempt to inquire deep into this phenomenon and develop a collage of comprehensive work architecture. Some of the questions to address during this session are:
- Is the concept of new generation a fad?
- How to build an organization to make it a centre of attraction among new generation employees?
- How do we provide for the special requirements of new generation employees within the organizational resources or other time constraints?
- How do we get new generation employees need to make adjustment within the given organizational context?
Registration Process: We cordially invite HR professionals and other stakeholders of the challenge to be part of this discussion, who are looking forward for bigger role in management of human dimension of a global business organization. Registration Form is available at our official website : www.iimrohtak.ac.in This form, duly filled, may be sent along with the registration fee by a demand draft payable to Indian Institute of Management, Rohtak.
Speakers for the Programme: Partial list of speakers from the leading global companies. (In alphabetical order)
- Mr. Abhishek Tiwary HR Director, KPMG
- Ms. Aparna Sharma HR Director, Deutsche Bank
- Mr. Ashish Srivastava Director HR, Canara HSBC Oriental Bank of Commerce Life Insurance
- Mr. Diwakar Puri Corp HRM & CPSF, Hero MotoCorp Ltd
- Mr. Krishna Bhagavan Director HR, Motorola Enterprise Mobility
- Ms. Renu Bidalia Vice President & Global Head-Compensation & Talent Acquisition, Tata Communication
- Mr. Rohit Sinha HR Head, Larsen & Toubro
- Mr. S.Y. Siddique Chief Operating Officer, Maruti Suzuki India
- Dr. Y.V. Verma Chief Operating Officer, LG Electronics
Registration Fee: Rs. 3000/- per participant without accommodation +12.36% VAT
Group Discount: Any organization sponsoring three or more participants to a programme will be entitled to a discount of 10% on total fee payable provided that at least three participants actually attend the programme.
Certificate of Participation: Participants will receive a certificate of participation from Indian Institute of Management, Rohtak. Participation is on the basis of first-cum-first-served basis.
For nomination and more information, please contact:
Dr. Malay Biswas, Co-ordinator, HR Summit 2012
Indian Institute of Management Rohtak
M. D. University Campus, Rohtak, Haryana, India 124 001
Telephone: 01262-274054 / 01262 -218900
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