A lot of transformation has been seen in the Human Resource industry. With Digital Transformation, the HR industry makes the best use of HR management & technology strategy. The industry is now coming up with a long-term strategic plan as they are slowly removing bias from the hiring industry.
DigitalHR’s webinar on “Modern Hiring- Is Digital Transformation The Key To Attracting The Best Talent On The Market” offers an excellent opportunity for top HR professionals and business executives to learn about best HR practices and discuss the role of HR management & technology strategy.
The keynote speakers of the panel were Mr Rajesh Singh, Global Head – KPIT, Nahush Dable, Sr. Talent Acquisition Partner at IBM, Basavraj Bakali, the AGM (HR) of Hindustan Platinum, Pandurang More, HR Professional – Entrepreneur and Social Activist, Meena Kulkarni, Head of AQ Mechanical and Electrical Manufacturing India Pvt Ltd, Arun Pardhi, HR professional, Mr Sachin Jahagirdar, Divisional HR Manager (West) – Coromandal International Ltd, Mr Rajesh Mhatre, the General Manager – IR – Adani Airports, Mumbai International Airports Limited (MIAL), and Neelkanth Shinde, Founder & Director of Safpro Industries Pvt Ltd.
Rajesh Singh, Global Head – KPIT say Unicorn startups have come up in India an accelerated pace. From the HR perspective, 3 things have created challenges in the modern hiring process. 1st is the great resignation, 2nd is the fall in joining ratio, and 3rd is the exit of the recent joiners.
Nahush Dable, Sr. Talent Acquisition Partner at IBM, Pune says that digital transformation has influenced the HR community a lot. AI and ML give us options for relevant profiles. It has helped us to bring on the relevant talent to the table.
Basavraj Bakali, the AGM (HR) of Hindustan Platinum says that it is not just the technology that gives us the right talent, but it is the communication forums that have got us the right talent. People are now utilizing social media platforms for finding the best profile.
Pandurang More, HR professional, entrepreneur and social activist says that because of digital transformation, things are now becoming easier for the candidates as well the recruiters. However, it has also increased the challenges as the expectations of the candidates are increasing at present times.
Meena Kulkarni, Head of AQ Mechanical and Electrical Manufacturing India Pvt Ltd, Pune says that with digitization they were able to meet a lot of business requirements. They are utilizing tools that help in scrutinizing the employees. They were able to deliver their projects on time.
Arun Pardhi, an experienced HR professional says that the traditional HR practices don’t work anymore. Digitization has taken over everything now in the talent acquisition industry. Investing in the capability of the people through the best tools has become a necessity now.
Sachin Jahagirdar, Divisional HR Manager (West) – Coromandal International Ltd say that Talking about the modern hiring process, the situation has changed after Covid. As HRs we have to look into the technologies that people are using for their hiring process. HRs are now using various software for smoother onboarding. So, things have changed drastically.
Rajesh Mhatre, the General Manager – IR – Adani Airports, Mumbai International Airports Limited (MIAL) says that they formed their own airport academy. They trained people in their own academy and other contractual employees. They trained them on customer satisfaction. They have done these two things to retain their talent.
Neelkanth Shinde, Founder & Director of Safpro Industries Pvt Ltd says that when it comes to the recruiting process. He says that diversity has lots of parameters when it comes to social inclusion. He believes that hiring should be done without any bias. They believe in giving chances to candidates from different strata of society.