Giridhar Rajgopalan, Director -Technical, Afcons, and Srinivas Mantrala, General Manager -Technical, Afcons, offer insights into human resource management for brighter future prospects and steady growth.
The construction industry today accounts for around 7.55 per cent of the country's GDP, thus making a significant contribution to the economy, while providing large-scale employment opportunities to the populace.
Bavneesh Gulhati highlights the various advantages of Kalpataru´s internal portal that has helped evolve its HR systems.Premium real-estate developer Kalpataru faced difficulties in upgrading and scaling up its HR system - more time was spent on transactional HR when there was a need to focus on developmental HR.
GURDEEP S HORA writes about building, nurturing and retaining talent for the construction industry. There's a reason why the world is obsessed with 'leadership' in every arena. It's because the right leader, who symbolises the organisation's vision, direction and ethos, can make a difference.
The construction industry is a critical and integral part of our growing economy. With the recent focus of the government on growth, ´Make in India´ and smart cities, the construction and infrastructure industry has come into direct focus.
The project management profession will outperform the total global job growth over the next decade, creating millions of new positions in India that pay highly-competitive wages, according to an Anderson Economic Group (AEG) analysis commissioned by the Project Management Institute (PMI).