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People Management, The Mantra for Success: The Case of Singhania and Partners  
Product Ref: 08/380C Company: Singhania and Partners

Product Type: Case Industry: Commercial Services

Related Product(s): Teaching Note
Authors: Preeti Goyal   
The case is about HR practices at Singhania and Partners, one of the largest full-service national law firms in India. People are at the core of the services industry and it is imperative that service organisations have systems in place to attract and retain talent. The Indian legal services industry has been booming since the country's economy began liberalising in the early 1990s. The exponential growth of this industry was accompanied by an acute talent crunch. Indeed, the very ability to hire and retain talent was becoming a source of competitive advantage. Mr Ravi Singhania (managing partner), in conversation with Ms Manju Mohotra (chief executive officer), evaluates the firm's current HR practices and is concerned about whether the firm faces human resource risks.
Functional Area : Human Resource Management

Issues: Are the current HR practices at Singhania & Partners' adequate terms of any HR risks that these may pose to the firm
Length: Text: 6 pages
Exhibits: 0 pages
Country: India

Pub. Year: 2008 Level of Difficulty: 2
This product type is available in the following language(s):      English
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