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Second Annual Great Place to Work Seminar Series held in Bangalore, Delhi

27-August-2005
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Second Annual Great Place to Work Seminar Series held in Bangalore, Delhi

In a fiercely competitive market, it becomes extremely imperative for companies to retain their employees by paying heed to all the attention that they require, what with the MNCs attracting the best of the work pool available.

Keeping in mind this factor, Businessworld along with Grow Talent Co Ltd and Great Place to Work Institute Inc, USA, recently organised the Second Annual Great Place to Work Seminar Series 2005 in Bangalore and Delhi on August 24 and 26, respectively.

The seminar became a platform for senior executives of the 25 Great Places to Work in India to share their experiences and HR best practices with other CEOs and HR heads of leading organizations, who attended the seminar as delegates.

Based on the Open Space concept, the seminar was attended by N Krishnakumar of MindTree Consulting, Jacques Creteen of FedEx Corp, Radhakrishnan B Menon of Cadbury India, R Vidyasagar of Philips Software Centre, Anuradha Purbey of Aviva Life Insurance, among others.

The Seminar Series, which was the follow-up to the Great Place to Work Survey 2004, results of which were published in Businessworld issue dated December 6, 2004, had naukri.com and SAP as its associate sponsors, while Star News was the television partner.

The coverage of the events will be telecast on the channel at 6:30 pm on September 4 and 11.

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