Make in India: Leveraging Human Capital

The EY-SIAM HR Study – Make in India: Leveraging
Human Capital captures the insights of CEOs and HR Heads of leading OEMs, auto component manufacturers, service and sales partners. The study focuses on three main themes critical for leveraging human capital for the success of the “Make in India” initiative.

Skill development
Skill development of the large talent pool is seen as the most critical lever in delivering manufacturing excellence under the “Make in India” initiative. This theme details the key challenges and interventions undertaken to address the skill demand-supply gap. Viewpoints in the report highlight the future needs and areas that need immediate attention.

Building people capability
India is fast becoming a popular destination for career opportunities. The manufacturing sector is competing for talent with other sectors such as IT/ITES, Service, etc. This theme enumerates the challenges of talent attraction, employability and retention for OEMs as well as its partners in the ecosystem.

Industrial Relations (IR)
Harmonious industrial relations (IR) is the nerve center for delivering manufacturing excellence for OEMs and its partners in the eco-system. This theme required constructs in changing times.

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Source: Ernst & Young India and SIAM