HR POLICIES OF Additya birla group

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WELCOME Lets Reach For The Sun

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HR POLICIES BY, AMANDEEP SINGH

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About birlas ● Aditya Birla Group started in 1857. ● Shiv Narayan Birla started cotton trading operations in the small town of Pilani in Rajasthan. ●Ghyanshyamdas Birla (GD birla)-1919-he set the manufacturing company. ●Grandson of G.D.Birla is Aditya Vikram Birla (A.V.Birla)-1964 ● Son of A.V.Birla is Kumar Mangalam Birla(K.M.Birla)-1995. ● Headquartered in Mumbai. ●Operates in 33 countries with more than 1,33,000 employees worldwide.

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HISTORY 1857 -The foundation of the Birla Group of Companies is laid by Seth Shiv Narayan Birla – cotton trading operations commence at Pilani, Rajasthan. 1919-Ghanshyamdas Birla, grandson of Shiv Narayan Birla, sets up the first Birla jute mill, marking his entry into the manufacturing sector. 1965-Mr. Aditya Birla, grandson of the legendary Ghanshyamdas Birla, starts the Eastern Spinning Mills & Industries.

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mission To deliver superior value to our customers, shareholders, employees and society at large VISION To be a premium global conglomerate with a clear focus on each business

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Global position ●No.1 in viscose staple fibre. ● No.1 producer of carbon black. ● The fourth largest producer of insulators. ● The 7th largest cement producer globally. ● Among the world's top 15 BPO companies . ● Among the best energy efficient fertiliser plants. ● The fifth-largest producer of acrylic fibre.

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Position in india ●Largest cement player in India. ● The top fashion (branded apparel) and lifestyle player ● Second largest player in viscose filament yarn. ● The largest producer in chlor-alkali sector. ● Among the top three mobile telecom players. ● A leading player in life insurance and asset management. ● Among the top two supermarket chains in India.

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CORPORATE BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATE TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY&SERVICES ADITYA BIRLA SCHOOLS ADITYA BIRLA INSTITUTIONS ADITYA BIRA MEMORIAL HOSPITALS ADITYA BIRLA WORLD ACADEMY STRATEGIES CSR

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cOMPANIES CEO: Mr. Suryakant Mishra TurnOver: $ 15.85 billion BRANDS Place: Kolkata Aluminuim Copper Mines

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CEO: Mr. Ashok Malu TurnOver: Rs 202 billion Place: Madhyapradesh,Maharashtra BRANdS cOMPANIES

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cOMPANIES CEO: Mr. Ajay Srinivasan TurnOver: $ 4 billion Place: Gujarat,Maharashtra FinancialServices Garments, Textiles & Cellular ltd Fertilisers B P O BRANDS Retail

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Type of company: joint venture with sunlife financial. 2.4 million customers. Distribution reach over 500cities. 600plus branches. 239 partnerships with corporate agents&banks. The AUM is around $4.4billions

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HR POLICIES 1. RECRUITMENT POLICY 2. 360 DEGREE APPRAISAL 3. TALENT MANAGEMENT 4. RECOGNITION 4. BENEFITS 5. HAPPINESS AT WORK

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RECRUITMENT POLICY 1. Job descriptions with jobs bands. 2. Competency maps 3-Technical and aptitude tests (where applicable) 4- Group discussions (where applicable) 5-Structured interviews 6-Psychometric tests 7-Values assessment tests.

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360 Degree Appraisal 360 degree feedback program was introduced in 1999 that permitted manager to raise questions over leadership styles, managerial ability and also personal traits. After the feedback, each senior manager had to submit a six page letter mentioning the areas of improvement and their expectations

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TALENT AT ADITYA BIRLA GROUP At the Aditya Birla Group, it is believed that talent is ‘omnipresent’ and all people have some talent ● Identifying talent, training and developing them are the pillars of talent management process. ●It enables managers to make career moves, which leverage their strengths and focus on areas of development as they prepare for leadership roles. ●Combination of developmental assignments, classroom training, coaching along with participation in special project teams to enable employees to continuously learn and develop.

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TALENT MANAGMENT ● Development assessment centres (DACs): DACs have been designed to support managers in assessing and developing their capabilities. Over 1,200 managers across all management levels have participated in the DACs since 2003. ● Individual Development Plan (IDP): The developmental goal for an individual,in terms of priorities for learning and development experiences to move to the next career stage, is captured through the individual development plan (IDP). These are monitored on a real time basis for tracking implementation on the PeopleSoft platform. ● Talent reviews: A three-tier annual talent review process, held at the unit level, business level and Group level, ensures a focused approach to the implementation of lDP. ● Talent engagement: Business heads anchor programs aimed at developing leadership potential and are personally involved in the design of specific courses

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RECOGNITION PRIDE Awards Performance Recognition in Delivering Excellence (PRIDE) is a monetary recognition program to reward and recognize outstanding contributions in businesses and corporate functions. These awards can be awarded for individual as well as team excellence. . PRIDE AWARDS

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AWARDS 2002- The Economic Times' "Corporate Citizen" of the year award. 2003-Mr. Kumar Mangalam Birla, selected as Business India's Businessman of the Year 2004-Grasim, Nagda, received the FICCI Annual Award 2003-2004 in recognition of corporate initiaitve in rural development 2008- International Polio Eradication Champion Award presented by The President of India, Mrs. Pratibha Patil 2010-Rajiv Gandhi Environment Award and Golden Peacock Award

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EMPLOYEE BENEFITS ● HEALTH: Accident Insurance, Hospitalization Insurance for self, family and dependant parents, well equipped Gymnasium, Onsite Doctor and a Cafeteria that serves hot and nutritious food. ● SAFETY: Employees safety remains their prime concern and they ensure compliance with local laws regarding safety, health and the environment for their employees and neighboring communities. ● RECREATION: Meditation Room, Yoga Classes and a well - stocked Library.

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FAMILY BENIFITS 1. Education: Network of 41 Aditya Birla Public Schools (ABPS) across India, are affiliated to the CBSE and State Boards. The schools impart quality education to over 40,000 children . In addition to schools, the Group also has instituted "The Sarala Birla Academy". This is a boarding school for boys situated at Bannerghata, Bangalore. 2.Scholarships: Beyond schooling, Pratibha, ABG’s scholarship scheme is open to employees’ children for professional education in India and abroad. 3.Insurance: ABG’s Death/Disability in Service Insurance plan, Nischint, provides monetary relief to employees’ families in the event of the employees ’ death/permanent disability while they are still working with the Group.

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“If work becomes fun, it doesn’t stay work anymore. It becomes an enjoyable endeavor that multiplies energy.” ●Provides employees with opportunities to connect with each other on a regular basis. Events are designed to make the employees and their families feel as much a part of the Group. ●Events like Annual Day, Kids’ Day Out and family picnics to Best Employer celebrations and the Sawan Mela are organised ● The organizational health survey was introduced by the late 1990s, which measures the “Happiness at work” index. This was carried out to track the employees satisfaction at work. HAPPINESS AT WORK

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No matter how big or small your corporate empire is , it is not easy being an 'employer of choice', especially when your business is vast, diverse and spread over several time zones. - Dr Santrupt B Misra, Director, HR & IT, Aditya Birla Management corporation Awarded the Best Employer in India and among the top 20 in Asia by the Hewitt-Economic Times and Wall Street Journal Study 2007.

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