• Reference Manual for Jqm Challenge.Pdf
    ) Managing Director Total employees (Tata Steel, India) = 34260 PEO & MD’s Office [61] CPIR CQA [20] [2] Corporate Services [1600] Safety [93] * Environment [64]* CSS [54]* IR [1430] * HR [210] Orissa Project [ ] [97] CP [9] JSP [6 ] SEA Projects [7] NAT Steel, Asia...
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  • Ttsl
    To measure the candidate satisfaction with the interview process at Tata Indicom and understand the recruitment and selection process. Submitted in partial fulfilment of PGDM program 2009-2011 Under the Mentorship of Mr. GOPAL GARG Senior Manager HR Tata INDICOM & Guidance of Mr...
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  • “How Should Posco-Ippc Increase Its Footprint in the Automobile Segment?
    year. It employs 120 people as its working staff out of which 60 are employed as payroll workers and other 60 are in contract. With the import prices and duties of steel and being a newbie in the Indian Steel market, it is facing competition from other distributors like ESSAR, TATA STEEL...
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  • Csr Tata
    before any legal rules were framed on them. Tata has created cities and towns – Jamshedpur, Mithapur, Babrala and Mathigiri – around industrial facilities. Tata Steel maintains Jamshedpur's public utilities such as the local municipality and takes care of road maintenance, water and electricity supply...
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  • Indian Steel Industry
    steel prices rose from December 2001 onwards. The price increase of hot-rolled (HR) coils, during January 2002 to December 2004 was from US$ 140 - 175 per tonne to about US$ 550 - 600 per tonne. The prices of steel melting scrap rose from a low of US$ 93 - 94 per tonne to US$ 275 - 285 per tonne...
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  • Tata Steel
    to seriously address the issue of headcount in the company. Implementing reduction of manpower was complicated by the fact that Tata Steel was well-known for its employeefriendly human resource policies. The process of workforce reduction had to commence by convincing the workers’ union. The company...
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  • The Alignment of Knowledge Management and Strategic Orientation
    part of the policy making process since so many of the initiatives were implemented following the ‘Knowledge Olympics’. KM requires culture change and this had been brought successfully by implementing Knowledge Olympics [pic] Tata Steel Tata Steel decided to embark on formal KM initiative in the...
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  • Steel Industry
    Policy‘ approved by Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) in 2005 to meet the growing domestic and international demand. The National Steel Policy 2005 had projected consumption to grow at 7% based on a GDP growth rate of 7-7.5% and production of 110 million tonnes by 2019-20203. In the backdrop...
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  • Eqiuty Research in Steel Sector
    with 15 points so it is the best company of the entire lot. It is overall feasible in terms of Investment Policy, Capital Structure & Solvency aspects of a business. COMPANY | RANK | TATA STEEL LTD | 1 | SAIL | 2 | JSW STEEL LTD. | 1 | VALUATION OF STEEL SECTOR w.r.t. 3...
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  • Role of Architects and Interior Designers
    project. I would also like to express my gratitude to all the employees of TATA INTERNATIONAL LTD, for their constant help and moral support. Finally, I also wish to thank Mr. ANIL DUBEY, HEAD HR TATA INTERNATIONAL LTD., for providing this...
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  • Sadsf
    perceived. Manpower and Business Plan: o Manpower Planning and the requisite budget will be prepared at the end of the financial year. o General Manager HR will prepare manpower budget and get the approval for any new recruitment from concerned. Exit policy: o Resignation o...
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  • Analysis on the developmental scenario of “IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRY” in India.
    in China and India has caused a massive increase in the demand for steel in recent years. Between 2000 and 2005, world steel demand increased by 6%. Since 2000, several Indian and Chinese steel firms have risen to prominence like Tata Steel (which bought Corus Group in 2007), Shanghai Baosteel...
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  • Steel
    of the large steel companies such as SAIL, Tata Steel, Essar and JSW operating at full capacity. |YEAR |Supply(Mt) | |2000-01 |32.81 | |2001-02 |34.7...
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  • Research
    HR through training and recruitment of competent people, if necessary. 10. Better internal coordination: lack of which is often a cause of the decline, in the first place. Case Study 1 : Tata-Corus Ltd THE GENESIS: In late 2005, Corus plc, an Anglo-Dutch Steel giant (formed by the merger...
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  • Employee Retention Practices of 7 Companies
    employees but also the need to retain talented employees from getting poached. We scrutinize the policies of 7 companies in their efforts to retain their employees in this document. The 7 companies are: * Tata Steel * ICICI Bank * TCS * Google * SAS * Wipro * IBM...
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  • Employee Engagement
    Is also encouraged through suggestion and innovation schemes, with appropriate reward and recognition. SAFETY AND SECURITY TRL's work climate is governed by HR Policy, IMS(Integrated Management System) consisting of ISO 9001:2000,ISO14001:2004,OHSAS 18001:2007,Tata code of Conduct, Sexual...
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  • Assessing Hrd Need in Strategic Hrd Process
    organization ethos. The HRM department also commissioned an independent “employee engagement study” with the aim of gaining further feedback about employee involvement within the company. In relation to employee relations, the Head of HR encouraged union leaders to visit the Tata Steel Plant at...
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  • Maths
    ., “Structural Analysis”, ELBS and Nelson, 1990 3. Structural Analysis – A Matrix Approach – G.S. Pandit & S.P. Gupta, Tata McGraw Hill 2004. 4. Matrix Analysis of Framed Structures – Jr. William Weaver & James M. Gere, CBS Publishers and Distributors, Delhi. CE62 DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES...
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  • Ee Practices - Various Companies
    substance abuse, etc are reduced to a greater extent by the welfare policies.  * The role of TISCO, in Jamshedpur in initiative in welfare measures for the betterment of their workers  Throughout its hundred-year existence, Tata Steel has never lost sight of the welfare of its employees. Over the...
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  • Hr Policies in Tcs
    Hr Policies In Tcs http://www.termpaperwarehouse.com/print/Hr-Policies-In-Tcs/24635 PROJECT REPORT ON HR PRACTICES IN TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES Guided by: Submitted by Titiksha Patidar(HRF058) Acknowledgement This is to acknowledge the quality help that was provided by the Institute-ITM...
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