Hrm Review

Aug'19

2018-2019


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  • Contents include contemporary articles, interviews, debates, research papers, corporate practices, and case studies.
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  • Contains executive summaries of articles appearing in leading international magazines and reviews of latest books on organizational behavior, leadership, motivation and strategic HR.
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Contents : (Aug'19)

HR Practices
Human Resource Management at ZEBI Data India
Phani Arega
Senior Vice-President,
Engineering, ZEBI Data India,
Hyderabad, Telangana 500032, India.
E-mail: phani_arega@yahoo.com

Chandrayee Mukherjee
Student (MBA batch 2018-20),
IBS Hyderabad
(Under IFHE - A Deemed to be University u/s 3 of the UGC Act, 1956),
Hyderabad-501203, Telangana, India.
E-mail: cmchandrayee9@gmail.com

Priyadarshini Sharma
MBA 1st Year,
IBS Hyderabad
(Under IFHE - A Deemed to be University u/s 3 of the UGC Act, 1956),
Hyderabad-501203, Telangana, India.
E-mail: ps848338@gmail.com


ZEBI Data India has developed an analytics platform that has helped it in tracking and cleaning up contrasting data. The solution provided by the company ensures the legitimate use of data, while protecting it from hacking or tampering. The article discusses the human resource management issues faced by the company and how it resolved them.


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Recruitment
Recruitment – From the Hospitality Industry Perspective
Aman Mahajan
Chief People Officer,
Paradise Food Court Pvt. Ltd.,
Hyderabad, Telangana 500003.
E-mail: amanmahajan1676@gmail.com

Gurpreet Singh
MBA Student (2018-2020),
IBS Hyderabad
(Under IFHE-A Deemed to be University u/s 3 of the UGC Act, 1956),
Hyderabad-501203, Telangana, India.
E-mail: Sahota.gurpreet28@gmail.com


This article focuses on the dynamics of the talent acquisition process. The recruiting module established at Paradise Food Court Pvt. Ltd. has been described in detail. The cultural characteristics of the organization are important, especially in the hospitality industry. The various practices to evaluate the organization’s culture have been elaborated. The discussion on the recruitment process reveals that configuring the organizational goals with recruitment and other HR activities is of paramount importance.


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Green HRM
Towards Greener Power – An HR Perspective
Indranil Banerjee
Senior Manager (HR and Admn.),
CRM Cell,
West Bengal State Electricity
Distribution Co. Ltd.,
Kolkata, India.
E-mail: indranil.hr@gmail.com



This study attempts to identify the challenges to the power sector and explore the role of HR in overcoming the challenges so that the business objective of sustainability could be achieved by building a future-proof organization. The study is primarily based on secondary data and the author’s personal experience in the sector for three decades.


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Case Study
Employee Experience at Airbnb
Rupali Chaudhuri
Former Associate Consultant,
Case Research Center,
IBS Hyderabad.
E-mail: rupali@icmrindia.org


Debapratim Purkayastha
Dean, Case Research Center,
IBS Hyderabad
(Under IFHE- A Deemed to be University u/s 3 of the UGC Act, 1956),
Hyderabad-501203, Telangana, India.
E-mail: debapratim@ibsindia.org


This case is about the employee experience initiatives introduced at Airbnb that saw the company being ranked first in the list of ‘Best Place to Work’ in the US by Glassdoor in 2016. Mark Levy, the Chief of Employee Experience, was credited with crafting the unique employee experience at Airbnb. The employee experience department at Airbnb strove to create an indelible experience for its employees through a gamut of initiatives ranging from the place where they worked, the kind of food the employees ate every day, to preserving the culture of the new company. The case describes the various initiatives taken by the company to bring together and forge the different emotional connections the employees created during working and in being part of the bigger Airbnb community. However, in 2017, the company slipped to the 35th position on Glassdoor’s list of ‘Best Places to Work’, as not all the employees were happy with the company. Beth Axelrod (Beth) who joined Airbnb as Vice President of Employee Experience in 2017, had the task of taking the employee experience initiative forward and addressing issues related to employee resentment that saw Airbnb’s steep drop in the ‘Best Places to Work’ list.

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