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Update & Inputs of SME CEO's Program at FAPCCI

11th October 2010

The program was designed for the benefit of SME CEO’s who have challenges in managing their HR Functioning in their organizations. Husys designed the program with the help of FAPCCI based on the need for their members. The program was facilitated by GR Reddy – MD & Chief Facilitator of Husys Consulting. The Dignitaries present on the Dias who shared their thoughts for HR Importance in SME’s includes Mr. Sekhar Agarwal – President – FAPCCI, Mr.Rajeshwar Rao – Secy. General, Mr. Subba Rao – Chair HR Committee, Mr. V.Kumar, Co-Chair, HRD & IR Committee at FAPCCI.

The program covered the basic understanding of the Growth in SME’s coupled with sharing some business HR Cases of Husys. The program also highlighted the need for the HR for business growth and how a profitability can be a central focus while building the HR Practices for Growth. The various HR function explained includes the Hiring the Talent for organisatio…

Free HR Program for SME Owners on 11th Oct 2010 @ Hyderabad/India

For More information & Registration write to : or call on 0-99480-78936
Venue : FAPCII, RedHills, Hyderabad.
Date : 11th Oct 2010 - 2 PM to 6 PM

This program is aimed at building HR practices for SME organisations. During the program the CEO's of SME organisations would understand the power of HR and how to use it for Business Growth.

Program Overview
Countrywide economic growth and globalization of the world economy provide an excellent backdrop for businesses in India to develop and prosper on an international scale. However, company growth and sustainability can be threatened greatly by the people practices of the organization and CEO’s view on the people practices. The task of scaling the business and effectively integrating them into is a difficult, complex undertaking for top corporate executives.

To distinguish their companies from the competition, chief executive officers (CEOs) in India must maximize their potential for coping with the changing enviro…