NHRD Network Expects ‘Great Resignation’ Trend To Mellow Down In The Next Two Quarters

The advisory council is the opinion that the current war in the talent market is partially due to the lack of ready talent in the country


National HRD Network organised its first professional networking event post-Pandemic in Delhi NCR where around 100 senior HR professionals came together to discuss current issues and trends impacting the workplace.  The Advisory Council of the NHRD Network Delhi NCR, consisting of 20 CHROs, representing a cross-section of industries, was of the view that initiation of hybrid workplace model and negligible number of Covid infections has brought back the one to one connect with peers and leaders thereby positively impacting the sentiment of both employers as well as employees.

“The advisory council is the opinion that the current war in the talent market is partially due to the lack of ready talent in the country. The council also noted that there is a dire need for the industry and management/ engineering institutions to come together to strategize and execute a robust plan else both will end up losing in the process,” said, Yuvaraj Srivastava, President of NHRDN Delhi NCR and Group CHRO MakeMyTrip. “Further, the council also stressed upon the need for organizations to relook at their engagement models and workplace policies to suit the changing norms at the workplace. This can have a direct impact on steep resignations and offer drop-out cases which the council believes will start to recede in the next two quarters or so.”

“The advisory board, along with other council members of the chapter, is working on creating a framework for a stronger industry and academia interface to collaborate with more than 500 management institutions in Delhi NCR with a view to support them in the creation of strong pedagogy and mentoring of students and faculty,” said, Mussarrat Hussain, Vice President of NHRDN Delhi NCR, and Head – Leadership and functional School, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. “If done well, this can have a direct bearing on improving the quality of output and will help prepare future-ready students.”

S V Nathan, National President of NHRD Network and Chief Talent Officer of Deloitte India said that “Various NHRDN chapters across the country have been working closely with their members in different industries in their regions to create awareness of the working in the post covid. The local leadership is working with the organizations to formulate workplace guidelines in line with the changing times, he added.’

NHRDN Delhi NCR created ten councils like Academia, Knowledge, Social Media, Research & Studies, D&I, Students, Coaching, Wellness, Young Managers and Enablers and five zonal teams consisting of senior HR professionals to facilitate top ten people agenda for the organizations with the help of thought leadership of these councils. Meeting was attended by the NHRD Network members who are part of various Delhi NCR councils and zonal teams

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