Sterlite Copper also bagged the prestigious ’Global HR Excellence Award for Innovative HR practices’ during the programme. Mr.Lyonpo Dorji Wangdi, Minister for Labour and Human Resources, Government of Bhutan presented the award to Mr.Suresh Bose, Head – Human Resources and Mr.M.Sakthivel, General Manager – Human Resources, Sterlite Copper.
Sterlite also received awards in other categories including Best Overall Recruiting and Staffing organization of the year, Best Recruiting Evaluation Technique, Talent Management and Excellence in HR through Technology.
After several rounds of filtration and regional round presentation, Sterlite was called for making final presentation before the jury comprising of exemplary leaders in HR & other business leaders who decided to present the awards to Sterlite for the above mentioned categories. Around 150 companies including TCS, Infosys, HCL, NTPC, Shipping Corporation of India, Mahindra Infrastructure etc competed for the awards in various categories.
Employer Branding Institute is a virtual organization where exemplary leaders in HR connect in the cyber space to share the best practices in Employer Branding. Outstanding professionals in several countries who are contributing to various facets of HR are a part of this institute. This virtual organization is exemplary in the manner in which it is run and over the years has created a platform to celebrate the best in Employer Branding in several Asian countries. This Organisation recognizes the achievements in various facets of HR during their Annual Event – ‘World HRD Congress’.
Photo Cut Line : Mr.Lyonpo Dorji Wangdi, Minister for Labour and Human Resources, Government of Bhutan presenting the Global HR Excellence Award for Innovative HR practices to Mr.Suresh Bose, Head – Human Resources and Mr.M.Sakthivel, General Manager – Human Resources, Sterlite Copper.
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