The case is about HR practices at Singhania and Partners, one of the largest full service national law firms in India. Man is at the center of the services industry, and it is imperative that service organizations have systems to attract and retain talent. The Indian legal services industry has been booming since the country’s economy began in the early 1990s, the liberalization. The exponential growth of the industry has been accompanied by an acute talent shortage. Indeed, the ability to produce very … Read more »

The case is about HR practices at Singhania and Partners, one of the largest full service national law firms in India. Man is at the center of the services industry, and it is imperative that service organizations have systems to attract and retain talent. The Indian legal services industry has been booming since the country’s economy began in the early 1990s, the liberalization. The exponential growth of the industry has been accompanied by an acute talent shortage. Indeed, the very ability to recruit and retain talent to be a source of competitive advantage. Mr. Ravi Singhania (managing partner), in conversation with Mrs. Manju Mohotra (Chief Executive Officer), the company evaluates the current HR practices and about whether the company is staff development risks involved.
«Hide

from
Preeti Goyal
Source: University of Hong Kong
6 pages.
Release Date: 11 June 2008. Prod #: HKU763-PDF-ENG
People Management, The Mantra for Success: The Case of Singhania and Partners HBR case solution

[related_post themes="flat"]