CHANDIGARH, 23 .06.23-HR must focus on cultivating a strong employee experience, where individuals feel valued, motivated, and empowered to contribute their best, the above statement was said by Mr Pranav Gupta, Chair, Haryana State Chapter of PHD Chamber during the third edition of HR Conclave being organised by PHD Chamber today at Hotel Taj, Chandigarh

Mr. Salil Lal, CHRO, Maruti Suzuki India while giving the keynote address shared valuable insights and perspectives on the importance of re-engineering HR practices to meet the evolving needs of organizations. He talked about innovative approaches and strategies for reshaping HR practices in the post-pandemic era.

Mr. Rajneesh Singh, Chair, Regional HR Task Force, PHDCCI, and Managing Partner, SimplyHR Solutions highlighted the various challenges and opportunities faced by HR professionals in adapting to the new normal and reimagining HR practices for the future.

While moderating the session on 'Business Challenges for HR - Aligning HR with Business Strategy, Mr Arun Raghav, Head HR and ER, Mahindra and Mahindra mentioned about the evolving role of HR professionals as strategic partners. He stated that by aligning HR practices with business objectives, organizations can maximize their human capital potential and drive sustainable growth.

During the session on "Attracting and Retaining Talent - Managing Scale" at HR Conclave 2023, Mr. Ratan Agarwal, Head HR, Hero MotoCorp highlighted the significance of building a strong employer brand and creating a positive employee experience to attract and engage top talent.

The session on "Women Workforce - The Imperative Shift", moderated by Ms. Malini Gupta, Former Vice President, CSR, JCB India, during the session, She emphasized the need for organizations to recognize and address the unique challenges faced by women in the workforce.

Over 200 HR Professionals from Haryana Punjab Himachal and Chandigarh attended and benefitted from the conclave.