轉寄︰ Understanding Human Resource Challenges in the Indian Social Enterprise Sector

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傳送日期︰ 2012年04月17日 (週二) 7:44 PM
主題︰ Understanding Human Resource Challenges in the Indian Social Enterprise Sector

Our online survey on social enterprises reveals that finding and retaining talent is the number one challenge along with raising capital.
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Understanding Human Resource Challenges in the Indian Social Enterprise SectorIntellecap launched the research publication Understanding Human Resource Challenges in the Indian Social Enterprise Sector’ at the Sankalp Forum 2012 in Mumbai. 

Our online survey on social enterprises reveals that finding and retaining talent is the number one challenge along with raising capital. Human resource challenges range from attracting and finding the right talent to retaining them. Subsequent in-depth interviews indicate that the unique concepts and business models that socents adopt add a further dimension to their already complex HR requirements. Employees must have a plethora of hard functional skill sets plus an intrapreneurial streak – the ability to work with little in terms of resources or information, the ability to thrive in ambiguity and the ability to wear multiple hats, often at the same time.

Socents realize they need to find this elusive mix against odds such as poor branding and visibility of the organization, limited ability to pay market-matching salaries and a fluid, and often chaotic work environment. Weigh this against benefits such as an unmatched learning experience, the opportunity to learn skills that are not taught at B-Schools and be associated with an organization that is delivering social impact, even as it strives for sustainability – and you have a small talent pool of takers.

  • Finding and retaining good talent and raising capital pose the greatest challenges for social enterprise.
  • Raising Capital is a greater challenge for socents in the design and pilot stage.
  • Recruitment is overwhelmingly recognized as the greatest human resource challenge. 70% of socents reported it as their biggest HR challenge.
  • 40% of respondents report that they have had to compromise on candidates’ qualifications or experience level in at least one in five hires.

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