Sayali Kanikdale
Sayali Kanikdale
Aadeem is an emerging HR consultancy providing services like recruitment, policy finalization, training and development. We have come up with a training program which will involve technical training of all the equipment’s predicted to be there on the construction site.

Infrastructure is the fastest growing industry of India, but it lacks a little behind in the International market due to short supply of special technically skilled manpower and project managers having all round knowledge. There is 30% shortage of especially skilled workforce. The reasons are lack of training initiatives by industry constituents.

Lack of trained and skilled manpower increases the chances of machine breakdowns, low quality output and most important the safety of the worker is at stake. It also causes a huge project delay. Not that the industry / builders etc. are not willing to invest in the training but the shortage of such training institute / initiative is an issue. Every person who invests a huge amount in purchasing the equipment will always want to have a skilled manpower to operate it but the shortage of this manpower forces them to hand over the machinery to the available workforce with very superficial knowledge and the on-the-job training.

Keeping this in mind, we at Aadeem Management Consultancy would arrange all type of equipment trainings. The program would consist of operation, maintenance and safety precaution of all such equipment. The trainings would be conducted by the network of experts from the industry.

Along with the technical training, it is also important to develop a successful mindset and personality of the workforce. This would be possible through different soft- skill trainings available such as personality development, business communications etc. Aadeem also provides recruitment services to reach its objective of right person in right place at right time.

Earlier HR was a neglected field or did not have the much wanted importance in infrastructure industry. Recently, everyone in the industry has started recognizing the importance of HR. As the infrastructure industry is the people industry, the HR has a vital role to play. Any industry to be successful needs to manage its manpower in an efficient way. This can be possible only through an effective HR. As the saying goes very true “Tough times do not last long, but tough people do.”
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