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  • Godrej Industries Ltd.2

  • Group Members

    Names

     Farhan Balde 03

     Shrikanth Golpindi 10

     Prasad Naik 19

     Amir Qureshi 25

     Muazzam Sayed 28

     Tahmeena Sayed 30

     Asma Shaikh 33

    Roll No

    3

  • Index

     Godrej Company Profile

     History of the Company

     Godrej Group of Companies

     Board of Director

     Code of Conduct

     Recruitment

     Selection

     Training and Development

    4

  •  Performance Appraisal

     Compensation

     Payroll

     Career Planning

     Awards

     Conclusion

     Bibliography

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  • Godrej Company Profile6

  • 7

  • History of the Company8

  • The company was started by Mr. Ardeshir Godrej &

    his brother Mr. Pirojsha Godrej in 1897. They have

    done a lot to make Godrej a multi business

    enterprise. Mr. Pirojsha had laid the industrial

    township which is now known as Pirojsha Nagar in

    Mumbai.

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  • Godrej Group of Companies10

  • GODREJ

    Godrej & Boyce

    Godrej Consumer Products

    Godrej Industries

    Godrej InfoTech

    Godrej Agro vet

    Godrej Sara lee

    Godrej EFACEC

    Godrej Properties

    Godrej Interio

    Geometric Limited11

  • Work Culture

     Creating and maintaining an energetic and

    innovative work culture is at the heart of their

    corporate strategy.

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  • Opportunity for growth

     The work culture in Godrej supports learning at every

    stage of one’s work life.

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  • Higher values – Higher performance

     A strong commitment to values & performance brings

    in rewards.

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  • Board of Director

    Jamshyd Godrej

     Jamshyd Godrej is the Chairman of

    Board of Godrej & Boyce ltd.

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  • Adi Godrej

     Adi Godrej is the Chairman of Godrej

    group & of several entities like Godrej

    Properties, Godrej Consumer Products

    etc.

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  • Nadir Godrej

     Nadir Godrej is the Managing Director

    of Godrej Industries & Chairman of

    Godrej Agro vet. He is also the Director

    of many firms including Godrej Food,

    Godrej & Boyce etc.

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  • The Management Hierarchy18

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  • Different Levels of Management20

  • Management

    A - Base Level of

    Management

    O - Operation

    P - Promotion of Product

    T - Technical

    S - Sales

    E – This Level Consists of Owners &

    M.D

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  • Code of Conduct

     Demonstrate the highest standards of integrity,

    business ethics, and corporate governance.

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  •  Perform their roles with competence, diligence, in good faith and in the best interests of the

    Company.

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  •  Not engage in any business, relationship or any

    activity which detrimentally conflicts with the

    interest of the Company / Godrej Group or bring

    discredit to it. Any situation that creates a conflict

    of interest between personal interests and the

    Company and it's stakeholders' interests must be

    avoided at all costs.

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  •  Follow all the guidelines put forth in the Prevention of Insider Trading Policy Code of

    Conduct

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  •  Not disclose any confidential / privileged

    information of the Company and should direct

    any media queries or approaches to the

    appropriate spokesperson within the Company.

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  • Recruitment27

  • Definition of Recruitment

     According to Edwin Flippo-

    ―Recruitment is the process of searching for

    prospective employees and stimulating them to

    apply for jobs in the organisation.‖

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  • Causes of Recruitment

     Vacancies due to-

     Promotion,

     Transfer,

     Retirement,

     Permanent disability,

     Death etc.

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  • Methods of Recruitment

    Internal Sources

    External Sources

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  • Internal Sources

     Promotions

     Transfers

     Internal Notification (References)

     Retirement

     Recalls

     Former Employees

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  • External Sources

     Campus Recruitment

     Press Advertisement

     Management Consultancy

     Deputation of Personnel

    (Transfer from one enterprise to another)

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  • Recruitment by Godrej

     Godrej recruit fresh Graduates and Post Graduates from

    leading Educational Institutions in the following

    disciplines:

     Arts/Science/Commerce.

     Production/Civil/Architecture/Electronics/Electrical/Aut

    omobile/Mechanical/Computers Engineering.

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  •  Legal/Accounts and Finance.

    Marketing/Operations/Human Resources/Business

    Management.

    Product Design.

    Research and Development.

    34

  • Format of Job posting on web recruitment

    portal. 35

  • Selection36

  • Definition of Selection

     According to Thomas H. Stone,

    ―Selection is the process of differentiating

    between applicants in order to identify and hire

    those with a greater likelihood of success in a

    job.‖

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  • G.S.T (GODREJ SELECTION TEST)

     It consists of 3 rounds:

    General Intelligence.

     Essay writing.

     Interview.

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  • General Intelligence:

     It doesn’t mean General Knowledge questions but it

    stands for right thing at right time.

     For clearing this round, there is no need for special

    preparations but there is the time limit.

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  •  Candidates have to clear 40 questions in 15

    minutes, and questions will be like followings

     Opposite of RAW is: __________

     JOLLY means: __________

     If ink is to PEN then sugar is to __________

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  • Essay Writing:

     Candidates have to write an essay of 200 words on

    any of the following topics(examples).

     Wonders of modern science

     Should smoking ban in public places?

     Your favourite sports

     Globalization

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  • Interviews:

     This is a final round consisting of simple technical

    and HR questions.

     Once a candidate passes all this stages of

    recruitment he is eligible to work in godrej.

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  • Training & Development43

  • MISSION STATEMENT

    To strive for excellence by nurturing,

    developing and empowering

    employees and suppliers.

  • Some of the bests

    Training & Development

    Programs by Godrej .

    Are as follows

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  • Total Quality Management Workshops

     Godrej started Total Quality Management

    (TQM) workshops in 1995, to introduce a

    “positive work culture” in the company.

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  • • 1995Year

    • To inculcate a positive work culture

    • To replace paternalism with partnership in the organization

    • To make employees identify what they wanted from their jobs

    • To develop values required to realize the goals.

    Aim

    • Formed the basis for the evolution of 10 shared valuesResult

    Total Quality Management Workshops

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  •  In 1997, all the 5,000 employees of GSL

    were put through a three-day workshop as

    part of the “visioning” session of TQM.

    Total Quality Management Workshops

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  •  In 2000, “PARIVARTAN” was launched in

    GSL with the objective of motivating

    employees as well as imparting knowledge

    about the sales functions of GSL.

     A team of 18 senior executives from all

    divisions spanning sales, logistics and HR

    were called on to provide necessary input.

    Parivartan 49

  • • 2000Year

    • To motivate employees and to impart knowledgeAim

    • By: Cross functional teams of 18 senior executives

    • For: New recruits and 350 secondary employees

    Execution

    • Gallop survey showed the field team was the most motivated team in GSL.Result

    Parivartan 50

  • Economic Value Added Training

     In 2001, Godrej introduced Economic Value

    Added (EVA) in all its group companies. An

    extensive training program was undertaken for

    various managerial and offi