Humana People to People India’s mission is to create a cohesive, mutually encouraging environment for its people. HPPI’s projects and partnerships impact around one million people, who benefit directly or indirectly from its outcome. Presently 1040 people are employed, full-time or part-time, in more than 50 projects running in the nine states, namely Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Jharkhand, Tamil Nadu and Bihar. Employee retention, active engagement and continual professional development are integral, integrated processes of Humana People to People India.
The recruitment protocol along with Global Mobility options among Humana organizations in other countries enables staff movement into new and varied areas of work across the federation. Strategies and workshops for talent management and enhancement are also undertaken. A training module across various levels enables staff and managers to identify significant opportunities to learn and grow professionally.
HPPI’s policies and infrastructure aim to attract a diverse workforce with the skills and capabilities that fulfil its requirements. It’s committed to equality, diversity and inclusiveness helps retain passionate and driven individuals. The strategic decision to hire from local communities benefits the community projects, and provides a better understanding of local needs which further helps build capacity and develop local resources for operations in Project states.
Bi-monthly meeting between departments, managers and project leaders ensures a steady flow of strategic input which oversees the development of HPPI within parameters agreed upon by the governing body. Inter-staff meetings help regulate policy decisions regarding operational budgets, partner association, monitoring and evaluation of programs.
Keeping in line its broader vision, Humana People to People India aims to build a strong, vibrant organizational culture that supports its people and their efforts.