The Human Resource department endeavours to provide on an average, four-five days of training to all employeesevery year. The training programme is based upon the training needs identified for every individual. The participants are nominated for both in-house and external training programmes including overseas. The responsibility of functional as well as behavioural / management training rests with the concerned HR department, which plans for and executes the training initiatives in co-ordination with functional heads.
JSPL is highly committed to not merely acquiring the best available talent but nurturing and developing it to enhance its operations. With this in view, we have set up the Jindal Lead Management Group (JLMG).
Career growth plan
The JLMG charts a recruit’s growth track all the way up to the level of AVP within a period of 10 years subject to performance. Growth beyond that level too is based on performance.
Mentoring refers to a developmental relationship where a more experienced person (the mentor) helps and guides a young and inexperienced person (the mentee) to better his professional life. Mentoring goes beyond the normal boss-subordinate relationship and involves sharing of professional skills, expertise and experience. In order to derive the best out of this relationship, the mentor must provide a congenial atmosphere, which makes the mentee feel comfortable. It also fosters interpersonal relationships and in encourages knowledge sharing.