XLRI HR meet to focus on aftermath of Covid-19, power of digitisation
XLRI’s Students Association for Promotion of Personnel Management, Human Resources, and Industrial Relations (SAPPHIRE), in a bid to celebrate the institute’s long-standing culture of integrity and professionalism, is set to hold the 10th National HR Conference virtually on February 20 and 21.
The conference will provide a platform for corporate leaders from various industries, academicians and legal practitioners to discuss and debate on the various challenges in India's changing HR landscape, on the lines of this year's theme " Driving Agility in the Evolving Post-Covid World."
On its inaugural day, professor Wayne Brockbank from Ross Business School, Michigan, will deliver an hour-long special address on the topic “The Way Forward For The Industries In the Aftermath of Covid-19”.
Two panel discussions have been scheduled as a part of the two-day event .
The first panel discussion will be on “Rethinking Employer Branding and Employee Experience in Dispersed Workplace and People Analytics”, while the second one will focus on “The Power of Digital in Driving Organisational Competitiveness”.
The deliberations in two-panel discussions will be participated by several HR experts including R.P. Srivastava, director (Personnel & IR) Coal India; Ira Gupa, head HR, Microsoft India; Rohit Thakur, chief human resources officer, Paytm; Prakash Singh, chief- Capability Development, Tata Steel; Amit Vaish, director-HR, Barclays; Krish Shankar, Group Head (HR), Infosys and Prriti Narain, Market HR Leader, Google India.
On the first day the panel discussion will be followed by a workshop by Sidharath Tuli, CEO and founder of People Sculptors
and on the second and concluding day of the conference on February 21 there will be a guest address by Anuradha Razdan, executive director-HR, Hindustan Unilever Limited.