Karnataka, April 12 -- Stresses on finding a path towards a culture that fosters happiness at work
A day long discussion by HR Katha, India leading HR News Portal
A panel of eminent speakers and HR leaders will meet at The Happiness Conclave on April 29, a full day conference organised by HRKatha, India leading HR News Portal at Bengaluru. The panel will discuss and debate to find a structured way to a happy culture at the workplace, and connect it with the business strategy of the organisation.
Delegates at the conference will get to hear senior HR leaders from across sectorsmdash;from large Indian business conglomerates and IT giants to new age companies, consumer businesses, financial organisations and start-ups. Some prominent names include:
Adil Malia, group president ndash; HR, Essar Group
Raj Raghavan, director, country HR leader, Amazon India
Jayesh Pandey, managing director ndash; Accenture, Strategy, Talent Organisation
PrithviShergill, chief human resource Officer, HCL Technologies
Rajesh Padmanabhan, director group CHRO, Welspun Group
Balachandar N, group director - human resources, Coffee Day Group
Yuvaraj Srivastava, chief human resource officer, MakeMyTrip.com
Shalini Pillay, head-people, performance and culture, KPMG, India
Ramendrajit Sen, head - human resources, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, India
Says Prajjal Saha, founder and editor-HRKatha, Several aspects of human resourcesmdash; be it policies, framework, or technologymdash; have been discussed at the industry forums. But this is the first time that someone is looking at the softer or rather human side of human resources. Having said that, I would re-emphasise that The Happiness Conclave will delve deep into business strategies and seriously discuss connecting happiness with hard-core business objectives. It is the need of the hour, he added.
At The Happiness Conclave, the panellists will discuss the comparison of happy employees to happy customers; whether it time to have a chief happiness officer on board, or how an organisation can bring in a happy culture at the grass-root level, especially at plants and factories. Besides, there will be interesting case studiesmdash; from the world leading new-age company, an FB retail company and a technology start-up. Each of these case studies will reveal and share the strategy and effort behind their happy work environment.
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