Axact - Hrm Report

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AXACT | Human Resource Management – TERM REPORT | GROUP MEMBERS:SHAHROZE NASIR SEHRISH MUSTAFAMUHAMMAD BHOJANI GHAYAS ANSARISAIF ULLAH KHALID AREEBA SIDDIQUI |
12/15/2014
12/15/2014

Table of Contents INTRODUCTION TO THE COMPANY 1 MISSION statement of Axact 1 INTRODUCTION OF THE IT INDUSTRY IN PAKISTAN 1 DESCRIPTION OF THE TOPIC 3 ANALYSIS: 3 RECRUITMENT PROCESS AND CRITERIA: 4 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT: 4 Direct Domain Strategy: 4 Indirect Domain Strategy: 5 RECOGNITION & MOTIVATION: 6 MONITORING EMPLOYEES: 7 RECRUITMENT PROCESS AND CRITERIA: 8 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT: 8 RECOGNITION & MOTIVATION: 9 MONITORING EMPLOYEES: 10 Bibliography 11

INTRODUCTION TO THE COMPANY

Axact is currently the world’s leading IT company. It laid its foundation during the dot-com boom in 1997 and started from a single room office and experienced a drastic growth. Axact enabled a revolution in software products in Pakistan and today it has a global presence across 6 continents, 120 countries and 1,300 cities with more than 25,000 Employees and Associates working for Axact all around the globe.

In Pakistan, Axact is ranked as the “top choice employer” and also has more than 2 billion users worldwide and a strong customer base of 40 million across the world.
Mr. Shoaib Ahmed Shaikh is the Chairman and CEO and provides vision and direction to Axact. Accompanying him Mr. Viqas Atiq, Co-founder and COO of Axact has been a powerful visionary force and has been serving the company since its inception.
MISSION statement of Axact
“At Axact, we work to be the number 1 with more than 50% of the revenues and profits of every global market we enter and at the same time deploy our core competencies towards the socio-economic development.…...

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