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Indian Staffing Federation
National Conclave 2015
Make In India: Skills. Security. Jobs
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  1. 1. Agenda & Speaker profiles Indian Staffing Federation National Conclave 2015 Make In India: Skills. Security. Jobs 21st January 2015 Boundary Hall Mumbai Cricket Association, BKC Mumbai
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  3. 3. 3 | P a g e About Indian Staffing Federation Established in 2011, Indian Staffing Federation has been founded by leading staffing companies in the country with one common goal - Staffing India's Growth. Staffing, an established form of outsourcing globally, is yet to be recognized and adopted as an effective means of running a businesses in India. The Staffing Industry provides a platform for recognized employment, work choice, even compensation, annual benefits and health benefits for the temporary workforce that constitutes around 40% of India’s total workforce. The purpose of ISF is to enhance long-term growth of the staffing industry and to ensure its continued ability to make positive contributions to the economy and society. The principal focus of the Federation's activities is to strengthen triangular employment relationships, in which the staffing company is the employer of the temporary worker, who works under the supervision of the user company. ISF today comprises of 41 members companies who collectively provide employment to over 4.5 lakh people throughout the country. Objectives • Champion sustainable growth of the Staffing Industry • Facilitate a suitable, legal and regulatory environment that is positive and supportive for the Staffing Industry • Be the authoritative voice of the Staffing Industry • Establish quality standards for the Staffing Industry at large & a code of conduct for the members • Increase visibility and enhance the image of the Staffing industry & strengthen its representation • Promote Staffing as an effective enabler of socio-economic growth • Develop Staffing Industry as a choice of employment AboutISF
  4. 4. 4 | P a g e 0900 - 0930 Registration 09 30 – 10 00 Inaugural Welcome Address Suchita Dutta, Executive Director, ISF Lighting of the lamp by Chief Guest About Indian Staffing Federation and Way Forward Rituparna Chakraborty, President, ISF Speech by Chief Guest 10 00 – 10 15 Keynote Address Edifice for Make in India - Skills. Security. Jobs Adil Malia, President, Human Resources, Essar group of companies 10 15 – 11 15 Session 1 Building and Sustaining competencies for future labor market needs A Thirunavukkarasu, President-Corporate Development, Vedanta Resources Plc. Emrana Sheikh, HR Head- (Auto & Farm), Mahindra &Mahindra Ashutosh Labroo, Director Human Capital, ISS A/S India Mayur Taday, Deputy COO, Innovsource Pvt Ltd Q&A with Audience: 10 mins 11 15 – 11 45 Tea Break AGENDA
  5. 5. 5 | P a g e 11 4 5 – 12 45 Session 2 Employment Security makes Sustainable Employment Growth Ajaybir Bakshi, Director HR, Vodafone Shared Services Eika Chaturvedi Banerjee, CEO, Future Human Capital Muralidhar Rao, Ex CEO, Future Learning Rachna Saksena, VP Public Affairs, Randstad India Q&A with Audience: 10 mins 12 45 – 13 00 Closing Session Vote of thanks Farhan Azmi, Region Head – West, ISF AGENDA
  6. 6. 6 | P a g e About the Conclave India is gearing up and is best positioned to address the world’s demand in the coming years. The focus rightly on skill development and access to social security, it is bound to propel the opportune environment for job generation in our country. India Inc has always shared indicators to the perennial problem of lack of employment pportunities and underemployment of educated masses. Interestingly, during contemporary times the tide is reversed and industry is not finding ‘employable work force’. The term has also gained currency in the Indian policy circles with politicians and functionaries in the industry airing similar views. In the context of emerging flexible labour market, lifelong employment is receding. Technological and rapid product/service changes requires individuals with ability to adapt. The employability practices in India are focused on depositing skill sets in individuals, but lack the bridge to be attuned towards being employable. The social security on the other hand, additionally adds to the woes of the working mass. The cumbersomeness of the process to educate, understand and implement has somehow not being in sync. Some such gaping issues are creating the obstacles and impacting employability and employment scenario directly! This event aims to focus beyond flexible labor markets onto assessment of proper enforcement of the laws, assessment of the situation of different categories of employers and coverage of the social protection system AboutNationalConclave2015
  7. 7. 7 | P a g e Rituparna Chakraborty President Indian Staffing Federation “Third year of existence with over 41 members and a flexi-worker base of nearly half a million is indeed something to be proud of for Indian Staffing Federation. The Federation seeks to professionalize the Indian employment landscape and take up issues that are critical to this industry. It has set upon itself objectives that are crucial for all of us. Over the past decade staffing companies have provided a stepping stone, to over 5 million youth, towards a better and brighter career. We have successfully created an eco-system which provides flexibility, administrative efficiencies and flawless compliance for Corporate India to enable them to expand and grow their business. We have upheld the law of the land at each step and ensured flexibility and security at the same time consistently.” President’sNote
  8. 8. 8 | P a g e Adil Malia, Group President Human Resources Essar Group Adil Malia, is currently the Group President (Human Resources) at the 39b US$ Essar Group - a diversified multinational business conglomerate employing 60,000 people globally, in highly diversified sectors of business. With degrees in Economics, Law & Management, Adil has diverse experiences of working in India & globally with large Multi-National Companies like GE & Coca-Cola, on the one hand & large entrepreneurial Organizations like Essar, Godrej & Al Futtiam in the Middle East, on the other. Adil has worked in the domains of Business Leadership, Law, People Management & Marketing through the 36 years of his diverse experiences in business. Winner of several awards & recognitions for his work in the industry, he has been awarded a Causa Honoris Doctorate in Philosophy. A voracious reader, thinker, writer, keynote speaker, ‘Ideator’ and a teacher on themes of people, leadership, governance and management. KeynoteSpeaker
  9. 9. 9 | P a g e A Thirunavukkarasu, President-Corporate Development Vedanta Resources Plc. A Thirunavukkarasu, popularly known as A Thiru, has assumed his new role as President – Corporate Development effective June, 2014, Vedanta Resources Plc, a USD 15 Billion global diversified Natural Resources Major, with interests in Zinc-Lead- Silver, Copper, Aluminum, Power, Iron Ore, Oil and Gas with world class assets and operations in geographies spanning India, Australia, South Africa, Namibia, Zambia, Liberia, Ireland and Sri Lanka. Thiru is an empanelled member of Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia as an Industry Expert for the peer review and also serves as a governing council member for select few management institutes in India. Emrana Sheikh, Human Resource Head- Auto Div & Intl Ops of Auto & Farm Businesses, Mahindra & Mahindra Emrana Sheikh is the HR Head for Automotive Division and also for the International Operations of Auto & Farm Businesses of Mahindra & Mahindra. She is responsible for partnering with business for defining and executing its Business HR strategies to deliver its Employee Value Proposition in multiple geographies including India, USA, China, SAARC, Africa & Australia. She is the member of AEC - Automotive Executive Council which has the responsibility for automotive business P&L She was recently awarded ‘Leading Women in Human Resources’ by IWLF (International Women Leadership Forum). She has won the Global HR Practices Award in the Automotive Industry instituted by SIAM in partnership with NHRD for her contribution in the area of Rewards Management in 2012. Speakers
  10. 10. 10 | P a g e Ashutosh Labroo, Director Human Capital, ISS A/S, India Ashutosh Labroo is currently working as the Director – Human Capital for ISS A/S in India and works closely with the APAC HR Director for APAC HR Strategy Projects. In his current role, Ashutosh is responsible for all aspects of India w.r.t. HR, OD, HSE, L&D, CSR as well as multiple APAC HR Projects. Ashutosh's pursuits have helped him successfully model himself into a globally well rounded professional with vast understanding & experiences specifically across ASIA PACIFIC & EUROPE. Ashutosh has been consistently recognized for his Passion & Vision for all his employers. Today, he has to his credit several success stories which are considered as breakthrough HR, L&D, HSE, and CSR & OD Interventions. Mayur Taday, Deputy COO, Innovsource Pvt. Ltd. Mayur Taday is the Deputy COO of Innovsource and has over 15 years of work experience of which he has spent 6 years in International BPO/KPO industry. He has held various leadership positions serving multiple clients in different industry verticals and functions. Mayur was instrumental in transforming key client processes of different Fortune 500 clients to consistently beat performance benchmarks and win customer appreciation. He has the ability to understand the voice of the customer and quickly translate that into actions. He is good at building large teams that deliver sustainable value to clients and the organization. Speakers
  11. 11. 11 | P a g e Ajaybir Bakshi, Director Human Resource, Vodafone Shared Services Ajay Bakshi is currently with Vodafone Shared Services India as Director HR. He has over 20 years’ experience as an HR professional in both Generalist and specialist roles in leading Multinational Organizations and Indian organizations such as Prudential, Gillette, Castrol and Sterlite (Vedanta) Group. He had been a Director HR and Corporate facilities for Prudential Plc Shared Services Center in India and subsequently the Head of talent for UK and Europe based out of London. He has also been the Group Head of Learning and Development and subsequently Head of HR for Sterlite Group of companies and have done roles as Head of Talent, OD. Eika Chaturvedi Banerjee, Chief Executive Officer, Future Human Development Eika Chaturvedi Banerjee has a rich industry exposure and corporate experience of close to a decade and half in numerous key Business Leadership roles with blue-chip organizations some of which are Standard Chartered Bank, ABN Amro, Citibank & Kotak, across India & Singapore. She has also been the Founder-Director of Finsutra, a boutique Leadership Development & Skills Training company. Her Corporate Management paradigm helps organizations revisit their roots, delve deeper within and derive their strength from their original source/their DNA towards holistically achieving their business purpose & mission. Eika has represented India in various International forums like International Women’s Conference in Seoul, South Korea and regular speaker in Business Schools & Industry conferences across the Asia Pacific region. Speakers
  12. 12. 12 | P a g e Muralidhar Rao, Ex CEO, Future Human Development Murali, as he is popularly called, was the Founder CEO of Future Human Development Limited. He established Future Lead (learning solutions), Future Innoversity (higher education) and Future Sharp (skill development) which is a joint initiative with NSDC (Govt. of India). Murali has been personally involved in creating learning solutions and conducting workshops with top management teams in leading organizations across sectors like Telecom, BFSI, Retail, Auto, Manufacturing and IT/ITeS. He has personally facilitated Top Management Workshops and coached leadership teams of organizations such as Indian Railways, NTPC, MUL, Mahindra & Mahindra, KPIT Cummins Infosystems Ltd., AVAYA India, Thermax Ltd., Bharti Televentures Ltd., Mitsui OSK Lines, India Today, Reliance Communications, Classic Stripes to name a few. Rachna Saksena, Vice President - Public Affairs & CSR, Randstad Rachna Saksena, Vice President at Randstad India Ltd, is currently heading Public Affairs & CSR. With a rich and diverse experience of over 20 years spanning from academia to consulting, Rachna has been associated with Randstad India Ltd for over 14 yrs. Rachna has held diverse portfolios from training and consulting to executive search and has been instrumental in leading new initiatives on Employment trends and research studies. In her current role, Rachna supports Randstad India Ltd in matters of advocacy, public policy and CSR along with being a constituent member of the Global PA Team addressing diversity, human rights and decent work. Rachna is the trustee-founder of the Indian Staffing Federation and a Randstad representative on the western region IR sub-committee of CII as well as the CII committees for skill development and the BENELUX region. Speakers
  13. 13. 13 | P a g e Farhan Azmi, Chairman & MD, Futurz Staffing Services Farhan, is one of the youngest entrepreneurs in the recruitment industry. In 2005 Farhan started - Futurz Human Resources Solutions Pvt.Ltd. There were lots of ups and downs when FUTURZ started its operations 7 years ago. The company even withered the great recession in 2009 which led to the closure of many consultancies. Amidst all this FUTURZ stood still and emerged as a survivor with Farhan’s leadership, who always believed that a company should be system and not people centric. In Farhan’s leadership, FUTURZ grew from a 3 employee team in 2005, to a team which is 100 strong currently and having more than 8000 associates on its payrolls. Recognised for his work at different forums, Farhan has also been featured recently as a young entrepreneur by CNBC Awaaz. Raja Sekhar Reddy, Founder Director & COO, Innovsource PL Reddy plays an instrumental role in the company's operations. He has spent 22 years with Global Group, of which Innovsource is part of, in varied roles, ranging from Corporate & Strategic Planning, Organization Development, HR operations, Knowledge Management, Business Process Reengineering, Information Technology, Marketing, and Project Management. He holds a post-Graduate Diploma in Management from Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, and holds a Bachelor of Technology from Indian lnstitute of Technology, Kanpur, in Computer Science & Technology. He is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Philosophy in Knowledge Management. He has a keen interest in and practices teaching in his free time. Speakers
  14. 14. 14 | P a g e Suchita Dutta, Executive Director, Indian Staffing Federation Suchita comes from a background of spearheading roles in marketing communications, technology and research for over 13 years with private and non-profit sectors. Her experience stems from managing roles in a global staffing and recruiting firm for establishing & streamlining communications, brand development and technology initiatives. The overall involvement in business helped her understand the nuances of the staffing industry in-depth. Prior to that her experience encompasses strategizing across industries and companies for marketing communications with teams across APAC, EMEA and US. Email: suchita@isf.org.in Phone: +91 11 3099 3046 www.isf.org.in Anindya Sharma, Manager, ISF Anindya is managing the role of memberships, marketing & events with Indian Staffing federation. Email: anindya@isf.org.in Phone: +91 11 3099 3037 www.isf.org.in Shumayla Parveen, Executive, ISF Email: shumayla@isf.org.in Phone: +91 11 3099 3034 www.isf.org.in Secretariat
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