Telenor Hrm Report

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Executive Summary
The today’s world moves at neck breaking speed & it calls for a decisive action “Quantum Leap thinking” The culture is one in which every employee is treated as if he or she is the most significant person in the company regardless of his position. Excellence is demanded from everyone at the company from assembly line workers to the CEO. There is a saying that the only constant thing in life is the change. It is a natural phenomenon that every individually responds negatively to the changes in the normal settings. Normally the changes in the strategies encourage developing new conflicts among the employees and with the management. Telenor Pakistan

COMPANY PROFILE
Telenor Group
Telenor ASA is an international provider of high quality telecommunications, data and media communication services. It ranks as world’s7th largest mobile operator with a total of 164 million subscribers in its mobile operations spread across Pakistan, creating 2,500 direct and 2,500 plus indirect employment Telenor Pakistan. Telenor Pakistan is 100% owned by Telenor ASA and adds on to its operations in Asia together with Thailand, Malaysia and Bangladesh. Telenor Pakistan launched its operations in March 2005 as the single largest direct European investment in Pakistan, setting precedence for further foreign investments in the telecom sector. The company has crossed many milestones and grown in a number of directions, making Telenor Pakistan a leading telecom operator of the country. Telenor is the fastest growing mobile network in the country, with coverage reaching deep into many of the remotest areas of Pakistan. In the most difficult terrains of the country, from the hilly northern areas to the sprawling deserts in the south, at times Telenor is the only operator connecting the previously unconnected. It is keeping ahead by investing heavily in infrastructure expansion. With USD2 billion already invested, it has extended agreements with its vendors for network expansion and services until 2009. The agreements, with a potential to result in USD750 million worth of orders from Telenor Pakistan, are some of the biggest of their kind in the industry. Telenor is  opportunities. It has a network of 23 company-owned sales and service centers, more than 200 franchisees and some 100,000 retail outlets. History Of Telenor

Telenor acquired the license for providing GSM services in Pakistan in April 2004, and has launched its services commercially in Islamabad, Rawalpindi and Karachi on March 15, 2005. The official opening was held in Islamabad with the President of PakistanGeneral PervezMusharraf as the guest of honor and a Telenor delegation headed by CEO Telenor Jon Fredrik Baksaas On TMarch 23, 2005 Telenor started its services in Lahore, Faisalabad and Hyderabad. Telenor will be launching its services in other cities as per the roll out plan. Telenor has its corporate headquarters in Islamabad, with regional offices in Karachi and Lahore. The license terms stipulate that by year 4, Telenor will cover 70% of Pakistan's297 administrative Tehsil headquarters. Telenor will fulfill the license requirements and provide superior quality coverage. Telenor is proud to build mobile communication infrastructure in Pakistan and looks forward to combining its experience in mobile technology with the local Pakistani high level of competence. Telenor’s primary aim is to offer top quality mobile services and promote healthy competition in the mobile market. The company has covered several milestones over the past eleven months and grown in a number of directions. Telenor has successfully signed interconnect agreements with all four incumbents duringDecember 2004, allowing its subscribers to exchange voice and data with subscribers onall active mobile networks including Paktel, Instaphone,  Ufone, Mobilink and Warid. Upon...
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