VADODARA: The Baroda Management Association (BMA) had recently organised a round table conference on human resource management (HRM) in the city.

This year, BMA had hosted the third edition of the round table conference on human resource management on the theme of ‘Creative HR practices’.

Managing director and CEO of Future Brands Limited Santosh Desai was the chief guest for the inaugural session of the conference.

The first session which was on innovative hiring practices witnessed presence of Shomendra Roy, group vice-president and head talent at Reliance Industries Limited’s manufacturing and technology unit, apart from Surabh Dixit and Swapnil Navalkar, associate vice presidents (HR) at JSW Steel Limited.

The second session on creative compensation management witnessed presence of Satish Mohapatra, vice president (HR) and head C&B, Global Mobility, HR M&A SIEMENS, South Asia Cluster, Ayesha Chahal, industry leader and Milin Mehta, partner in K C Mehta and co. chartered accounts.

The third session witnessed presence of Nitin Deshpande, president of Valence Health Solutions India Private Limited, Vineet Kaul, advisor, group human resources at Aditya Birla Group, Sudhir Kulkarni, senior advisor at Naman Integrated Management Services Private Limited, S ‘Venky’ Venkatesh, management board member and president- group HR at RPG Group and V S Shirodkar, director of Basil HR Advisory Services and professor emeritus and dean MET Institute of Management.

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When you start rating a bus station as the best in the country and give wide publicity then it should meet the high standards laid out. More than half of the shops are empty. The place is much better than before but much needs to be done.

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For someone who is coming from outside Vadodara will be shocked to know that this hotel cum mall type looking structure is also a Bus Station. I actually had to go ask someone 3 times where is the bus stop despite he telling me that, this in front of you is the stop. I thought it must be behind this structure. The place is well maintained, clean and spacious unlike the traditional bus stations. It has an hotel, multiplex, shopping arena and a few things even I didn't get time to observe.

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