Employee Relations


HR Management

At Luthra People make the difference. A company is known by its employees. HR for a business enterprise needs a conceptual outlay to enable business managers to identify, plan and implement planning for manpower. At Luthra Group , we have aligned our HR policies with our strategy of sustaining a highly productive business. These policies have been designed to enable scalability of our business and processes, while achieving a high level of ownership and involvement in our employees.

All our human resource endeavors are built around our core values and beliefs:

Our initiatives, policies and procedures have evolved through a consultative process with a high degree of employee involvement. This has helped us create a non-hierarchical, flexible and informal work environment. We believe that the development of our people is our prime responsibility. To create this environment we have formulated a number of unique policies to develop individual potential.

Employee Involvement

Efforts to increase employee involvement empower workers, involve them in decision making and give them increased job autonomy. Employee involvement programs can increase job satisfaction, employee morale and commitment to the organization, as well as increase productivity, reduce turnover and absenteeism and enhance the quality of products and services.

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It is the goal of the group to promote professional and personal growth and learning opportunities that support life long learning and assist individuals in working effectively together within their departments. Training and development will assist the employee in adapting to change, increasing productivity, and improving the quality of the work environment and the employees' relations with each other.

Opportunities for growth and development help employees expand their knowledge, skills and abilities, and apply the competencies they have gained to new situations. The opportunity to gain new skills and experiences can increase employee motivation and job satisfaction and help workers more effectively manage job stress. This can translate into positive gains for the organization by enhancing organizational effectiveness and improving work quality, as well as by helping the organization attract and retain top-quality employees. By providing opportunities for growth and development, organizations can improve the quality of their employees' work experience and realize the benefits of developing workers to their full potential.

Opportunities for employee growth and development include:

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Employee recognition efforts is what we define as growth, reward employees both individually and collectively for their contributions to the organization. Recognition can take various forms, formal and informal, monetary and non-monetary. By acknowledging employee efforts and making them feel valued and appreciated, organizations can increase employee satisfaction, morale, and self-esteem. Additionally, the organization itself may benefit from greater employee engagement and productivity, lower turnover and the ability to attract and retain top quality employees.

Ways of recognizing employee contributions include:

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At Luthra, we stress on training as investment and promote a culture of learning. well trained employees are a key to our business success. In today s competitive labour market, demand for skilled and trained workers far exceeds supply. That s where training comes in . This keeps the worker motivated and involved. The following management programs are conducted for all levels regularly by experts in the field.

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