According to Mili Panicker, AVP – Human Resource & People Operations, WebEngage, when applying for any open position, an individual must work on cognitive intelligence and behavioral skills in addition to technical skills
Is there still a crisis of talent shortage and how are you coping with the problem?
Yes, talent shortage still persists in 2023 and employers have innovative ways of hiring talent. Here are a few things that we practice to cope.
We offer a flexible work environment in order to attract and retain a broader range of employees.
We offer competitive salary packages as well as a diverse and inclusive workplace where employee voices are heard and respected.
We advocate for the use of technology to improve current processes across departments. Understanding employee sentiment and areas for development is critical for us. Employee experience is critical from the start of the interview process.
What is your current policy on moonlighting?
Moonlighting or dual work goes against the ethos and key values of the firm. Our employment contract specifically prohibits our employees from working for another employer.
What are the new skills that are required by employees due to the changes in the last few years?
When applying for any open position, an individual must work on cognitive intelligence and behavioral skills in addition to technical skills. To understand the overall fitment to the organization and the role, the evaluation methodology has become more scientific in nature.
Has the HR process become more streamlined and tech-enabled?
HR processes have become completely tech-enabled in recent years, beginning with managing compliance with respect to laws and regulations, tracking time and attendance, processing payrolls to lastly maintaining up-to-date employee records. AI driven recruitment platform helps us understand employee sentiments with having to set up an experiential reward platform in place for their betterment and encouragement.
AVP – Human Resource & People Operations,