• Neha
    formalities as fast as possible. On the other hand in Tata Corp the employees generally maintain a lifelong relation; hence the HR department maintains a rudimentary and traditional exit policy. Taking into account the comparison between the HR policies of Tata Motors and GM, it can be concluded...
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  • SHRM
    appraisal system. as the hr manager applied the policy of HRM which was performance appraisal which made the Tata motors production high because they made the changes in the reforms of their HRM category as earlier Tata motors were giving appraisals and feed back to their employees one time in a year...
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  • Overview of Indian Garment Industry
    company started heavy vehicle section with K.S.T No. 5713459-5 C.S.T.No. 5718459-8 In the Feb 2008, Bijjargi Motors started to sell the products of TATA Motors passanger cars and in the year 2010 they have taken the FIAT dealership in Bijapur. HR Audit means the systematic verification of job...
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  • Job Design and Employees Motivation
    . Adds BN Sarangi, chief, HR/IR, Tata Steel, "The idea was to motivate employees to accomplish the impossible, like hit a six off Shoaib Akhtar." Or achieve EVA (economic value add) positive status by 2007. The buzz in Jamshedpur is palpable. Tata Steel is not looking at incremental improvement, but...
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  • Tata Motors
    which involves interview by HR, subject matter expert and personal interviews.  Group Migration Policy for their employees, which enable the group employees to explore opportunities to work at Tata Motors from other group companies.  They provide career opportunities for down the line people...
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  • Global Crisis
    2008. Various sectors like steel, fertilizers, financial things, banking. Now Indian Government was taking considerable step for this global crisis in the next year i.e; 2010. We can see 9% rises in global economy. TATA MOTORS: In June 2008, Tata motors has acquired the Jaguar land...
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  • Abcd at Nandi
    Crafting a Compelling Employee Value Preposition for Tata Motors This case has been prepared by Tata Motors Corporate HR for TML Case study competition- ‘Mind Rover’. This case study is recommended for being used for the ‘Mind Rover’ case study competition only and does not illustrate either...
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  • Taj Case
    . Though I dont work for TATA, I learn that their HR policies are fair and good. Their training process, especially TAS is excellent and in commensurate with IAS. Decades back we had no IIM and management concept. How come they were able to deliver? They just followed old sanskrit concept...
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  • Crm at Tata
    operators and call centres are major customer segment for Tata Motors. TATA MOTORSHR and Organization for CRM Executive Selection Scheme (ESS) Tata Motors has always strived towards excellence both in its efforts towards total integration as well as in recognising its talented employees. The...
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  • Research Project
    Shree Raojibhai Gokulbhai Patel GUJARATI PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTE INDORE [pic] SYNOPSIS on “A Study on Employee Loyalty in TATA Motors” A Synopsis of major project report submitted in Partial Fulfillment of award of MBA Degree PROJECT GUIDE: PROF. SAPAN JAIN 0 SUBMITTED BY...
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  • TERM PAPER
    SHARE * HR POLICIES I. TATA MOTORS II. HONDA MOTORS III. MARUTI SUZUKI * QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS * FINANCIAL STATEMENTS * CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS * BIBLIOGRAPHY ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We express our sincere gratitude and thanks to our faculty guide “” of our institute...
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  • Hr in Manufacturing Sector
    merit based. Respect for equal opportunities as set out in the Tata Code of Conduct is followed. The HR Policy and Affirmative Action Policy are monitored by the Ethics Counsellor and supported by an effective grievance redressal mechanism.  Tata Steel encourages female employees to advance their...
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  • NANO
    Tata motors because already they are getting very low margin in nano cars. Why only pantnagar. Uttaranchal: After the decision of shifting the plant from west Bengal to other places the chief minister of Uttaranchal have invited in Uttaranchal states. They have framed many policies...
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  • Hrm in Tata
    to this Project directly or Indirectly. We would like to thank HR head of Tata Motors Mrs. Monica Ahuja who helped me in completion of my project. Lastly we would like to thank our Dean ma’am Monica Lal for her continuous encouragement and guidance throughout our project. Executive Summary...
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  • HR Process
    HR can bring the difference from failure to success in an organisation. HR policies reflect the organisation’s culture and working environment. When compared to medium and small organisation, little employees work where they can’t afford to have HR department. They feel it’s not required to...
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  • Tata Motors
    organization happy: high salaries, a quality culture, healthy environment. The following model has been developed by Gallup to understand the importance of a fit between a person and the organization he is working to the performance of the organization. HR policy CUSTOMER SATISFACTION Tata Motors Ltd...
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  • International Business in Kenya
    Appendix II: Sales By Geography 10 Appendix III: Alcoa compared to ACH 11 Appendix IV: List of Alcoa Smelters 12 Appendix V: Employee Turnover Rate 13 References 14 Company description Tata Motors Ltd. was founded on September 1, 1945 two years before the independence of India from its...
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  • Training Need Analysis
    successful completion of training the candidates are mandatorily rotated across departments to acquire general management skills.The ESS is a jewel in Tata Motors overall profile as it provides a platform for every employee of the Company to perform and achieve maximum potential. The HR-Training...
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  • Nano
    decision of shifting the plant from west Bengal to other places the chief minister of Uttaranchal have invited in Uttaranchal states. They have framed many policies which are support to Tata motors like concession in power, electricity, tax etc. But Inspite of this entire thing Tata motors...
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  • Tata Nano
    PREFACE 3 INTRODUCTION OF TATA MOTORS 5 PROBLEM & RESEARCH OBJECTIVES 6 SCOPE OF STUDY 7 OBJECTIVE OF STUDY 7 LIMITATIONS 7 QUALITATIVE RESEARCH 7 ENVIRONMENTAL CONTEXT OF THE PROBLEM 8 MANAGEMENT DECISION AND MARKETING RESEARCH PROBLEM 8 MANAGEMENT DECISION PROBLEM 8 MARKETING RESEARCH...
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