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HR policies must focus on business strategy, analytics and people: RSP DIC


ROURKELA, NOV 25, 2022

 “In the rapidly changing world, HR must focus on business strategy, analytics and most importantly people,” said Rourkela Steel Plant (RSP) Director In-Charge Atanu Bhowmick, while addressing in the inaugural session of Heads of Personnel Meeting, here on Friday.

 “To usher in the organization of the future, our HR policies must be calibrated with time to make them more flexible and people friendly,” he added.

Bhowmick also deliberated upon the various critical core issues to focus for HR to meet the future challenges. These included imbibing a sense of belongingness and pride amongst the employees, Attracting and retaining talents, HR in line with Industry 4.0, Competency Building, Harnessing Creativity, Employee Engagement, Workplace diversity, equity, and inclusion and Work-life balance.

The DIC also stressed on tapping the potential of the young educated workforce and also developing skills of outsourced employees. He spoke about the steps taken at RSP to upgrade the skill set of the people and also create a talent pool in the vicinity. He hoped that the HR brainstorming session would help strengthen the human capital and achieve the goals of the organisation.

The two-day meeting is attended by SAIL Director (Personnel) KK Singh, ED (Personnel) Samir Swarup, Heads of Personnel of different Units of SAIL besides senior officers of HR and Personnel Department of all SAIL Units.

In his address, KK Singh said, “Personnel and Training functions need to work in tandem, so that HR can flourish. The involvement of people is paramount and crucial to achieve HR goals.” He stressed on trust and transparency in service that will help steer the organization forward in the most professional way. Singh urged the HR fraternity to play an active role in engaging more with people, especially the outsourced employees who are also the partners in the progress of the company.

Swarup in his address deliberated upon the different focus areas of the organization and the performance of different units with respect to those. He thanked RSP for extending all the facilities to host the first ever Heads of Personnel Meeting at Rourkela.

At the outset, RSP ED (P&A) PK Satapathy moderated the inaugural session.

Later in the day, the dignitaries visited ‘Deeksha-Ispat Surakha Koushal Kendra’ and CSR initiative ‘Deepika Hast Kargha’.

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