Tata Steel Hr Policy Essays and Term Papers

  • HR Management in Infosys & Tata Steel

     HR MANAGEMENT : LOOKING INTO THE FUTURE INFOSYS Since the dawn of the millennium, Infosys expanded at an incredible rate both in terms of size and scale (doubled its size every 20minutes) .The management was unable to cope up with the expectations of the employees and the employees felt they were...

      647 Words | 3 Pages   Employee retention, Human resource management

  • Tata Steel

    Tata Iron and Steel Company was established by Dorabji Tata on August 25, 1907, as part of his father Jamsetji'sTata Group.[11][12][13] By 1939 it operated the largest steel plant in the British Empire. The company launched a major modernization and expansion program in 1951. Later, the program was upgraded...

      575 Words | 2 Pages   Companhia Siderúrgica Nacional, Tata Steel Europe, Tata Steel

  • Tata Steel

    Leadership in Ethical Business Practice in the Steel Industry 2 Executive Summary of Personal Research in Group 1 Case Study: Leadership in Ethical Business Practice in the Steel Industry 3 Relevance of Ethical Partnership Today 3 Company Overview 3 TATA Steel as a Leader in Ethical Business Practice...

      2452 Words | 9 Pages   Stakeholder (corporate), Life-cycle assessment, Business ethics, Corporate social responsibility

  • Tata Steel

    by 100 glorious years of experience in steel making, Tata Steel is among the top ten steel producers in the world with an existing annual crude steel production capacity of 30 Million Tonnes Per Annum (MTPA). Established in 1907, it is the first integrated steel plant in Asia and is now the world`s second...

      1335 Words | 5 Pages   Tata Steel, Equity (finance), Jamshedpur, Sustainability

  • Tata Steel

    tata steel tata steel tata steel tata steel tata steel tata steel tata steel tata steel tata steel tata steel tata steel TATA STEEL Rajeev Upadhyay PGDIM18 Sec C Roll No 182 ...

      1893 Words | 16 Pages   Balanced scorecard, SAP ERP, Corporate social responsibility

  • tata steel

    3 2. HISTORY 4 3. IRON AND STEEL PROCESS 5 4. CORE COMPETENCE ...

      2857 Words | 10 Pages   Slag, Tata Steel, Steel mill, Steelmaking

  • Tata Steel

    STEEL SECTOR IN INDIA The Indian steel sector, one of the core industries in the country, is about a century old, with Tata Iron & Steel Co (Tata Steel) being the first integrated steel plant to be established in 1907. India is currently the world's fourth largest producer of crude steel and is...

      5578 Words | 18 Pages   Steelmaking, Steel mill, Steel Authority of India, Continuous casting

  • tata steel

     Tata Steel Tata Steel Limited (formerly Tata Iron and Steel Company Limited (TISCO)) is an Indian multinational steel-making company headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, and a subsidiary of the Tata Group. It was the 12th largest steel producing company in the world in 2012, with an annual crude...

      393 Words | 2 Pages   Tata Steel, Jamshedpur, Tata Steel Europe

  • tata steel

    TATA STEEL Kiran R Nair Abstract This article explains in detail the Tata steel as one of the most ethical companies in the world. also provides details of how Tata Steel implemented TBEM (Tata Business Excellence Model) and, as a result, reaped several benefits, to achieve organization-wide business...

      2411 Words | 10 Pages   Corporate social responsibility, Tata Steel, Structural steel, Rolling (metalworking)

  • TATA Steel

    integrated steel plants as they have their own mines of key raw material like iron ore coal for example Tata Steel. However, those who are non-integrated or semi integrated has to depend on suppliers. An example could be SAIL, which imports coking coal. Competition: It is medium in the domestic steel industry...

      2886 Words | 10 Pages   Porter five forces analysis, Economic growth, Mergers and acquisitions, Export

  • Tata Steel

    rejecting its policy based on statistics. 4. To provide information and analysis on various factors of state like wealth, crimes, agriculture experts, education etc. b) Economics: In economics, statistics is useful in following ways 1. Helps in formulation of economic laws and policies 2....

      74272 Words | 358 Pages   Philosophy of science, Experiment, Level of measurement, Sampling (statistics)

  • Tata Steel

    Report is Tata Steel’s maiden attempt to report in accordance with the above parameters. It is in keeping with Tata Steel’s own belief in transparency, accountability and ethics. A belief that Tata Steel has held strong for over a century. The journey towards enduring sustainability Tata Steel has embarked...

      85112 Words | 228 Pages  

  • Branding a Commodity - Tata Steel

    About Tata Steel Tata Steel was established in 1907 by JN Tata at Jamshedpur in Bihar, India. The company commenced production in 1911. In the early 1980’s, the company initiated a modernization program for its steel plants. By the mid 1990’s, Tata Steel was Asia’s first and India’s largest integrated...

      601 Words | 2 Pages   Jamshedpur

  • TM Tata Steel TCS

    TATA STEEL About Tata Steel Tata Steel is the world’s eleventh-largest steel company, with an annual steel manufacturing capacity of 31 million tonne (MT). It is also the largest private-sector steel company in India measured by domestic production. The company has been an important player in the economic...

      1945 Words | 11 Pages   Tata Motors, Tata Consultancy Services, Tata Steel, Price–earnings ratio

  • Founding of Tata Steel (Tisco)

    At the end of 19th century Jamshedji Nusserwanji Tata met steel makers in Pittsburgh to get the most advanced technology for his plant. It is said that he got the idea of building a steel plant when he heard Thomas Carlyle declaring that "the nation which gains control of iron soon acquires the control...

      451 Words | 2 Pages   Jamshedpur, Jamsetji Tata

  • Tata Steel Csr

    contribute to the economy through taxes and employment. CSR Activities of Tata Steel: The Tata trusts are the unsung heroes of an extraordinary saga of philanthropy that has enriched India and its citizens in myriad ways. The Tata group has been credited for aggressively pursuing several corporate social...

      2563 Words | 9 Pages   Corporate social responsibility, Triple bottom line, Rural poverty, Employee retention

  • A Study on Tata Steel

    MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE OF SINGAPORE MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (International) Economics -V [Assignment] A Study On Tata Steel Submitted By N....

      2007 Words | 7 Pages   Greenhouse gas, Jamshedpur, Global warming, Kyoto Protocol

  • Continuous Improvement on Tata Steel

    improvements sake seems rather pointless but then again there is always room for minor changes and improvements. Corus (Tata Steel) – A brief history Corus is a holding of Tata Steel of India, The Tata Group have holdings in many industries such as chemicals, automotive, telecommunications, leisure and consumer...

      1794 Words | 4 Pages   Continual improvement process, PDCA, Quality management, Kaizen

  • Eic Analysis of Tata Steel

    LUCKY BHAVINI B.COM(H)III-E ROLL NO.-247 GROUP NO.-E27 EIC ANALYSIS OF TATA STEEL ECONOMIC ANALYSIS: * The Financial market in the last 12 months has been volatile triggered by the subprime mortgage crisis in the US. This has adversely affected the liquidity...

      3039 Words | 11 Pages   Investment, Deposit account, Operating margin, Return on equity

  • Organisational Structure of Tata Steel

    Organizational Structure and Design (TATA STEEL) BM 201 Course Project Submitted By Amberdeep Chugh 10111005 Anuj Paliwal 10111007 Chirag Jain 10111010 Mit Kotecha 10111020 Naveen Nagar 10111025 (Btech 2nd Year, Dept Of Biotechnology, IIT Roorkee) WHAT IS AN ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE? ...

      1785 Words | 7 Pages   Tata Steel, Jamshedpur, Organization, Span of control

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