Broadridge Financial’s Head of HR Rajita Singh discusses successfully spinning off from ADP and India’s place in the world as a value-add player.
Hailing from Hyderabad, India, Rajita Singh is a force to reckon with in regards to strategic HR. She has proven—time and again—that India can be a strong source of skilled talent and innovation with her acronym-packed HR programmes designed to boost engagement, enhance inter-organisational communication, and encourage professional development.In her 10 years at Broadridge India, Singh—who was the winner of CHRO of the Year Award at the 2016 HRO Today EMEA Forum—has incorporated Indian culture and essential core values into her HR strategy to help bring Broadridge’s programmes, and bottom line, to new heights.
HRO Today Global: Can you tell us a little bit about Broadridge’s spin-off from ADP, what your role was in that, what challenges you faced, and your strategy for maintaining engagement through that process?
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Today’s technology allows organisations to provide instant feedback and help improve company culture and employee retention.
By Jo Faragher
Building engagement is a top-ten priority for HR, with almost 80 per cent of executives rating employee experience as very important, according to Deloitte’s Human Capital Trends research for 2017. If organisations want to improve productivity and business results, a “culture of recognition”—with regular feedback to employees and clarity on their goals—is a step in the right direction.
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By Jayson Saba
When operating across national and continental boundaries, HR and payroll professionals must navigate a monumental maze of requirements that can become quite stressful without the right resources. Generally speaking, the tasks that HR and payroll professionals are required to do can be broken out into three categories:
How many different social media platforms are you on? This technology has taken over our everyday lives, and I recently realised that I have an account for almost every major social media network—LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. Of course, HRO Today is on these networks as well (look us up!). So, being that we are on these platforms all the time, how can we use them to improve the work experience?
I spoke with a few experts for the APAC technology trends article in this issue, and most of them noted the rise in social media and how it can be useful for HR practitioners.
“Employer branding and talent attraction and retention strategies must include social media platforms for engagement and collaboration,” Nicole Cook, managing director of Australia and New Zealand for People Scout in APAC, told us. “Leveraging the human networks through social media and other channels is becoming more important to finding and engaging top talent.”
International experiences remain an important part of employee retention and leadership development. So, let’s keep people moving! Doing so is critical, but a consistent company culture is also important. The role of recognition in the creation of culture is significant. Most HR leaders understand that to drive certain behaviours, values and beliefs you need to recognise employees that exemplify them. At this time of year, I spend a lot of time talking to the CHROs up for awards at our HRO Today North America Forum. Recognition programme development, management, and measurement is one of the key aspects that distinguish the very top of the HR profession from the rest of the profession. We need to learn from them about the importance of recognition and about the need for recognition programmes to be global. Whilst it makes sense to recognise local accomplishments, it is equally critical to bind the entirety of the global enterprise together.
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