RIL believes in empowerment in helping employees to reach their potential and consider employees as the most valuable asset and are committed to the development of its people. RIL has been practicing methods and practices for human resources development with utmost respect to human values. The company has very cordial industrial relations with its employees.
RIL systematically plans for the development of every individual employee through training and job rotation opportunities. The Annual training calendar is drawn up with focus on Technology and Management to improve the skills of the employees in Technical, functional & Behavioral areas. Employees undergo regular training and are exposed to the latest developments in their areas of expertise. RIL has in-house training experts and also engages external faculty to deliver cutting edge inputs to our employees.
RIL's endeavor is to deliver to the employee a transparent process of managing all HR processes including benefits and administration with an objective to remain employee friendly and enable the employee to focus on his core area of expertise, thus facilitating business growth.
RIL offers exciting opportunities and a challenging work atmosphere. You may submit your resume to RIL data bank so that you would be contacted during appropriate vacancies. Resume may be submitted as WORD DOCUMENT or PDF by mail to : email@example.com
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