The Study - "State of Human Capital Risk in India" has gathered the views of nearly 100 CEOs, CHROs and other senior executives in India spanning a diverse set of industries. This study provides fresh perspectives on the relevance and implications of human capital risks in India. It prioritises the risks by their impact on business performances and prevalence. In addition, it also highlighted the current state of risk management practices.
The study ranks the top HCRs facing companies in India based on an assessment of both - the potential impact and probability of occurrence - across 17 identified HCRs.
An underlying finding of the study is that corporate leaders today are more likely to realise that human capital can make or break the sustained viability and success of their business, and to make it a priority. Confirming that HCR management will grow in importance, the study finds that three out of four respondents plan to invest additional resources in HCR management over the next five years.