Around 2.5 years ago, the outbreak of Covid-19 had hit the global as well as the Indian economy badly, with high inflation, a growing rate of unemployment, and severe pay cuts in various sectors. During the first wave, mobility restrictions and supply shortages led to a surge in retail inflation. Almost two years after the World Health Organization declared COVID- 19 a pandemic, the world is coming to terms with the disruptions caused by the virus. The most profound and consequential impact has been the pandemic’s toll on healthcare systems. And then there has been the more persistent and reverberating economic toll. That was undoubtedly a challenging time, where many critical position holders lost their jobs. On the other hand, companies lost some of their employees overnight who were handling some critical projects. It was equally challenging for both- employees and companies.
The current world order has been substantially altered and this is bound to give rise to a new post-COVID dispensation. In this state of flux, space has been created for aspiring and emerging powers to take center stage and help shape a new world with a better future for all. Many tech leaders have noted that the advancements in digital transformation and automation of many critical manual processes that were achieved within a couple of months would have normally taken two to three years. These are hopeful signs, but there is still much work to be done.
The agenda of the 13th National Summit on “Post COVID Scenario in Human Resource Management” will be to exchange experiences, new innovations, and thought processes to provide training, to develop and implement HR compliances and initiatives that are aligned with the organization’s overall business strategies for further growth. The discussions & deliberations in this summit will give a platform to PSUs, Corporates, the MSME sector, and Start-up companies to formulate strategies and discuss challenges in HR management.
This one-day summit provides a foundation for developing your own approach to skillfully managing employees by illustrating alternative human resource management strategies, introducing the importance of legal and social balance, and thinking about what motivates employees. This will then give you the factual and conceptual basis for developing specific, critical HRM skills in subsequent courses on hiring employees, training them, managing their performance, retention of talent, and subsequently rewarding them!
The summit also focuses on women’s contribution to HR roles and other opportunities that women can get in this important role. Eminent Experts, Professionals, and Policy Makers having vast experience in HR Management, Compliance, and Challenges will address this Summit.
Chairman - CSR Research Foundation
Former Director - Bank of Maharastra
President - CSR Research Foundation
Former Director - ONGC (Onshore)
Financial Expert Member Core
Forensic & Investigation Audit Expert
Member Core Committee