Piramal glass wins 'Best HR strategy in line with biz' award

Piramal Glass Limited (PGL), a part of the Ajay Piramal led Piramal Group won the “Award for the Best HR Strategy in Line with Business” at the 2nd Best Employer Brand Awards 2011 hosted by Employer Branding Institute-India and World HRD Congress held in Singapore.2200 entries were received from 33 countries were thoroughly scrutinized by an eminent Jury consisting of eclectic personalities from across the world.

Around 400 top CEOs and Presidents HR of all these countries were present at the function.

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Date: 2 August 2011
Source: www.business-standard.com

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