Friday, February 6, 2015

Govt to strengthen PSU boards to take decisions: Heavy industries minister

Union heavy industries and public enterprises minister Anant Geete addressing the SCOPE HR Summit 
THE two-day SCOPE HR Summit 2015 begin in New Delhi on February 5 with a note from heavy industries and public enterprises minister Anant G. Geete to the human resource professionals from PSUs for playing responsible role.
The minister also said the government will consider more...
empowerment to the boards of PSEs to take decisions.
They should “nurture the human resource in the organizations to produce quality products in line with the vision of Make in India launched by Government of India,” the minister added. This will help them become a valuable asset in their respective field of expertise.
He said this while inaugurating the summit.
The minister said globalization has changed the business environment and way of doing business this has brought to centre stage the importance of HR professionals.
The minister said we have to strive hard and the HR departments are required to provide proper direction to the employees so that they could be a valuable asset in their respective field of expertise.
“In government-owned public sector enterprises (PSEs) employees have belongingness and family environment.”
The minister also released the special edition of KALEIDOSCOPE magazine based on the theme of the summit i.e. “HR for the Future – Unleashing Human Potential”.
Secretary, DPE K.D. Tripathi in his address appreciated PSEs for adopting transparent and innovative HR practices.
He said fair treatment to employees, speedy redressal of their grievances, continuous upgradation of their skills and knowledge are important for HR professionals to play key role in delivering desired business goals.
Tripathi said the DPE has taken a number of initiatives in the HR field for the benefit of CPSEs.
Chairman SCOPE & chairman, SAIL C.S. Verma said world is changing at an unprecedented phase and business environment has become highly volatile and uncertain.
The organizations who were not able to keep pace with the change and competitiveness, will not be able survive.

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