Central Vigilance Commissioner K.V. Chowdary asked PSUs on Friday to cultivate organizational ethics and values to stand out in society. The way employees manages themselves in and out of the system is crucial and the responsibility falls on HR.
Inaugurating an international HR summit in New Delhi, he appreciated SCOPE’s effort for organizing the summit in collaboration with international Labour Organization (ILO). He also released SCOPE’s special issue of Kaleidoscope journal on HR.
In his keynote address Department of Public Enterprises Secretary Ameising Luikham said India needs a lot in skill training and it is a priority for PSUs.
SCOPE Chairman R.G. Rajan, who is also CMD of Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers, said that Indian HR needs to innovate to compete at global level. He was of the opinion that a company that invests in people has a good future.
Dr. U.D. Choubey, Director General SCOPE, said talent management and present attrition rate are two major challenges for HR. The challenge is to retain the talent and manage work diversity, succession planning and update the skill of employees. He emphasized the need for transparency, ethical conduct and accountability.
The summit was attended by a large number of participants from India and outside including senior representatives from ILO.