Media Coverage

  • War of the Egos
    July 24, 2012 – The Economic Times, Hi-flier, Mumbai  

    What happens when there are ego clashes between the manager and his team members? Read this article to gain a better insight into the matter.

    HR Anexi’s MD, Mr. Ashish Arora, shared his views – “Managers must indulge in team-building activities such as….”

  • The New HR
    July 18, 2012 – Times Ascent  

    The article throws light on how HR has evolved into a vital function for organizational productivity.

    HR Anexi’s MD, Mr. Ashish Arora, commented, “Financial portfolio managers have started viewing the HR department with various perspectives…”

  • Engagement Reviews - The New Fad?
    July 04, 2012 – Times Ascent  

    The article debates between the age old ‘Performance Appraisal’ and the nouveau ‘Engagement Review’.

    HR Anexi’s MD, Mr. Ashish Arora, says, “I would not say replace, as we still need to manage ‘performance’…”

  • A Full Circle of Professional Contacts
    July 03, 2012 - Hindustan Times  

    Is it important to keep in touch with ex-employees? How does this work as an advantage?

    HR Anexi’s MD, Mr. Ashish Arora, says, “Though you may have the best intentions of keeping in touch with former employees, the demands of your new job can make…”

  • FAMILY: Comes First?
    June 27, 2012 - Times Ascent  

    This is a write-up on nepotism in family run businesses – how it is easy for family members to join a FRB while others struggle to get in and move up.

    HR Anexi’s MD, Mr. Ashish Arora, talked at length about his views on the subject – “The after effects of favouring family members for a senior level over the existing employees are…”

  • Favouring Family Members Leads to Employee Disengagement
    June 06, 2012 – Economic Times Online  

    This is a write-up on nepotism in family run businesses – how it is easy for family members to join a FRB while others struggle to get in and move up.

    HR Anexi’s MD, Mr. Ashish Arora, said – “While favouring family members is very common, it runs the dual risk of demoralizing non-family members and increasing complacency among the others.”