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Healthcare Realty Trust (NYSE:HR) is scheduled to be issuing its quarterly earnings data after the market closes on Wednesday, February 10th. Analysts expect the company to announce earnings of $0.42 per share for the quarter. Persons that wish to listen to the company’s earnings conference call can do so using this link. Shares of NYSE:HR […]
Healthcare Realty Trust Announces Fourth Quarter Earnings Release Date and Conference Call - Stocks News Feed13 Jan, 22:00, Stocks News Feed • Développer
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Jan. 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Healthcare Realty Trust Incorporated (NYSE:HR) today announced that on Wednesday evening, February 10, 2021, after the market closes, it expects to report results for the fourth quarter of 2020. On February 11, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. Central Time, Healthcare Realty Trust expects to hold a conference call… Read More »Healthcare Realty Trust Announces Fourth Quarter Earnings Release Date and Conference Call
Healthcare Realty Trust may delivered a positive earnings surprise Stock market Insights & financial analysis04 Nov, 14:18, Stock Market Daily • Développer
Healthcare Realty Trust announce their quarterly, annual earnings. See the latest EPS estimates. Listen to the conference call and remind yourself by…
Q1 2021 Earnings Forecast for Healthcare Realty Trust Incorporated Issued By Jefferies Financial Group (NYSE:HR)21 Oct, 06:59, Zolmax News • Développer
Healthcare Realty Trust Incorporated (NYSE:HR) – Stock analysts at Jefferies Financial Group raised their Q1 2021 EPS estimates for shares of Healthcare Realty Trust in a report issued on Friday, October 16th. Jefferies Financial Group analyst J. Petersen now anticipates that the real estate investment trust will post earnings per share of $0.43 for the […]
The COVID-19 coronavirus strain continues to spread around the world and governments are urgently implementing strict measures to contain the deadly virus. Roughly one-third of the global population is already on lockdown . People are being compelled to stay at home in order to limit the spread of infection. Businesses that are able to function through remote work are encouraged to adopt work-from-home schemes. In this effort to suppress the rate of infection, each country is rolling out its own set of regulations and measures on how employers should manage and provide for their employees during the pandemic. For global employers that rely on outsourcing and distributed workforces, complying with these measures can become a major challenge as they are forced to consider these varying provisions in their human resources (HR) strategies and payroll processes while maintaining business continuity . In an effort to help global employers make sense of these developments, global payments firm Papaya Global has provided on their blog a set of COVID-19 crisis guides for employers to reference to best navigate this troubled landscape.
Global HR Analytics Market Industry Analysis & Growth Forecast to 2024 - Predicted to Advance at a 15.6% CAGR in the Coming Years - ResearchAndMarkets.com04 Feb, 14:03, Business Wire • Développer
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "HR Analytics Market Research Report: By Offering, Deployment Type, Enterprise Size, Industry, Geographical Outlook - Global Industry Analysis and Growth Forecast to 2024" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The HR analytics market is predicted to advance at a 15.6% CAGR in the coming years, as reported in the study. Human resource management (HR) is used as an umbrella term for describing the management of employees in an organization. The t
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PALM SPRINGS, Calif., Dec. 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Enspira, an innovative Human Resources (HR) consulting firm fueled by hundreds of years of collective, diverse and cross-industry experience, today announced it is changing its name from Thrive to Enspira and expanding capabilities, with…
Around 1200 employees attended a town hall meeting on Saturday in Chennai to mark Indian Bank and Allahabad Bank's amalgamation as part of the government's PSU bank merger move. Finance Minister Niramala Sitharaman on August 30 announced the amalgamation of 10 public sector banks into four big banks bringing down the total number of Public Sector Banks in the country to 12.The theme of the town hall meeting was ‘Bonding Together, Growing Stronger, Scaling Higher' and senior executives of both banks assured employees that the merger would be a beneficial one.Padmaja Chunduru, MD & CEO, Indian Bank emphasised that Human Resources (HR) integration will be the main focus in the amalgamation process. She exhorted the employees to continue their focus on business growth and customer service during the transition period."The integration of HR to form a wider talent pool holds the promise of strong growth for the bank and greater exposure and better career prospects for the employees. The synergies would come from wider presence pan-India, economies of scale, higher investments in technology and improving productivity," she said.
KOLKATA | BENGALURU: IT companies are doubling down on efforts to prevent young employees skilled in digital technologies – and other high-performers — from jumping ship, as they grapple with rising attrition rates.The software services providers are looking to stem the talent outflow through better salary increases, promotions and bonuses for top talent, as well as overall employee value proposition, which includes career growth, and learning and reskilling opportunities.“At an industry level, average attrition has increased by around 1%. But, in specific pockets such as employees having hot skills in new technology areas, or those in Tier -2 cities –which are becoming more prominent tech hubs, attrition seems to be on the rise,” says Debasmita Das, principal – careers and hi-tech industry lead at consulting firm Mercer.Employees with 3-7 years of experience are most in demand, given the significant traction for premium skills in this experience bracket, she says. Also at high risk are the experienced and senior level individual contributors.\70693131 INCREASED FOCUS ON RETENTIONIn the April-June period, several leading IT players including Infosys, Wipro and Cognizant reported higher attrition numbers.
Mumbai: A female employee at JSW Vijayanagar’s steel manufacturing unit had taken on the additional role and responsibility of payment activities in fiscal year 2019. She successfully handled the corporate steel business payments without any escalation or error. The company noticed that her response and turnaround time on all queries from business were prompt and accurate. Additionally, she would take the initiative of maximising efficiency and improving customer service by fixing errors or looking at ways to streamline procedures. Through these efforts, she displayed strong analytical skills.This employee soon became a strong backup for other businesses as well. Since she wouldn’t take any unplanned leaves and adjusted them whenever an unexpected situation arose, she also displayed a behaviour of a disciplined worker. Data patterns, however, revealed that she was merely given ‘fair’ ratings in the previous years. JSW, which now relies on data analytics to ensure a fair process during appraisals, promptly calibrated her rating upwards.Through data analytics, JSW has been able to control double-rating jumps or drops, which may have been unilaterally given by team managers.
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Dr Reddy's Laboratories is planning to spend upto USD 300 million on research and development (R&D) during this financial year, a senior official of the company has said.President, CFO and global head (HR) of Dr Reddy's Saumen Chakraborty, during an 'earnings call', said the drug- maker spent USD 226 million during the last fiscal against USD 264 million in FY 18.The R&D spend for the quarter (January-March FY 19) is Rs 366 crore, that is USD 53 million and EBIT 9.19 per cent of the sales for the quarter, he said.The spend is lowered by 16 per cent year-on-year and is flat on a sequential quarter basis. The spend for FY 19 is Rs 1,551 crore. That is USD 226 million as against USD 264 million in FY 18, Chakraborty said."We expect the overall R&D for FY 20 would be in the range of USD 250 million to USD 300 million," he said replying to a query.The company would continue to focus on R&D for some interesting pipeline of proprietary products. But, on an overall basis, the R&D spend would be lower in proprietary products when compared to previous year, he further said.
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