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TH I S MONTH F EATURE S . . . BP HR - the humane touch to businesses. OD INITIATIVE

KNOWLEDGE ISSUE NO 97 | AUGUST 2016 A H U M A N R E S O U R C E N E W S L E T T E R

Sudhir Warier elaborates on developing the organization DNA. OD ENTHUSIAST’S ORATE Niket Karajagi shares his thoughts on BP HR a people coach to the business. FOUNDER’S ARTICLE

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THE EDITOR’S MESSAGE The theme for this month focusses on BP HR - the Humane Touch to Businesses. A lot of what makes Business Partners successful is how they apply their technical skills in business. It is not enough for a Business Partner to have strong HR skills and knowledge. It is paramount to invest in building strong and challenging relationships with customers and colleagues with a humane perspective in order to harness meaningful results. The topic for next month is “ Actualizing Retirement ”. Every organization has an age for superannuation for their employees. There is huge emotional upheaval when employees approach the last day on which they are supposed to retire. There are real

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and perceived challenges related to finance, family, health and providence which the retiring employees are overwhelmed with. Most of them seldom have a strategy to deal with these challenges driving them into an unfortunate downward spiral. In realty what they need to look at is a robust strategy which will allow them to lead a life post retirement in a gratifyingly self-actualized mode. If you share a passion for the topic, have a flair for writing and would like to share your views, you can send us a 350 word article with your brief profile along with your photograph in jpeg format to atyaasaaeditor@atyaasaa.com

BPHR -THE HUMANE TOUCHTOBUSINESS Evolution of an HR function from the typical traditional ‘Personnel’ function in any organization portrayed a much needed image makeover. However, the perception as always played its own role in identifying the‘old wine in a new bottle’.The behaviours demonstrated by the conventional mindsets within this HR function further contributed to this perception getting firmed up. This lead to the evolution of BP HR with a clear objective of adding the much desired humaneness and has given the necessary ‘shot in the arm’ for a close and an enduring partnership with the business. The present case highlights the benefits of the same. The Engineering Design Centre of a large manufacturing organization has a large women workforce at all levels for whom several technical training programme were organized on a continued basis. However, a customized behavioural programme was needed which could address their daily challenges. next page

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