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Our values are Timely delivery

Our values are Timely delivery, Professionalism, Integrity and above all, Service with Excellence.

We provide quality solutions

We provide quality solutions in all the verticals of Human Resources such as Recruitments, Training & Development and Background Verification of Employees.

We adhere to systematic practices

We adhere to systematic practices and adopt latest tools for better delivery.

We ensure to provide our clients

We ensure to provide our clients the service of their expectations with least turnaround time.
 

Solutions With Excellence

Excellence is ...
  • Caring more than others think is wise.
  • Risking more than others think is safe.
  • Dreaming more than others think is practical.
  • Expecting more than others think is possible.


Why we need solutions with excellence in the field of Human Resource Management?

For the last 20 years, empirical work has paid particular attention to the link between the practice of HRM and organisational performance, evident in improved employee commitment, lower levels of absenteeism and turnover, higher levels of skills and therefore higher productivity, enhanced quality and efficiency. This area of work is referred to as 'Strategic HRM' or SHRM.

Within SHRM three strands of work can be observed:

Best practice,
Best Fit
Resource Based View (RBV)

The notion of best practice - sometimes called 'high commitment' HRM - proposes that the adoption of certain best practices in HRM will result in better organisational performance. Perhaps the most popular work in this area is that of Pfeiffer who argued that there were seven best practices for achieving competitive advantage through people and 'building profits by putting people first'. These practices included: providing employment security, selective hiring, extensive training, sharing information, self-managed teams, and high pay based on company performance and the reduction of status differentials. However, there is a huge number of studies which provide evidence of best practices, usually implemented in coherent bundles, and therefore it is difficult to draw generalised conclusions about which is the 'best' way (For a comparison of different sets of best practices see Becker and Gerhart, 1996.


Best fit, or the contingency approach to HRM, argues that HRM improves performance where there is a close vertical fit between the HRM practices and the company's strategy. This link ensures close coherence between the HR people processes and policies and the external market or business strategy. There are a range of theories about the nature of this vertical integration. For example, a set of 'lifecycle' models argue that HR policies and practices can be mapped onto the stage of an organisation's development or lifecycle. Competitive advantage models take Porter's (1985) ideas about strategic choice and map a range of HR practices onto the organisation's choice of competitive strategy. Finally 'configurational models' provide a more sophisticated approach which advocates a close examination of the organisation's strategy in order to determine the appropriate HR policies and practices. However, this approach assumes that the strategy of the organisation can be identified - many organisations exist in a state of flux and development.


The Resource Based View (RBV), argued by some to be at the foundation of modern HRM, focuses on the internal resources of the organisation and how they contribute to competitive advantage. The uniqueness of these resources is preferred to homogeneity and HRM has a central role in developing human resources that are valuable, rare, difficult to copy or substitute and that are effectively organised.


Overall, the theory of HRM argues that the goal of human resource management is to help an organization to meet strategic goals by attracting, and maintaining employees and also to manage them effectively. The key word here perhaps is "fit", i.e. a HRM approach seeks to ensure a fit between the management of an organisation's employees, and the overall strategic direction of the company (Miller, 1989).


One widely used scheme to describe the role of HRM, developed by Dave Ulrich, defines 4 fields for the HRM function:


  • Strategic business partner.
  • Change Agent.
  • Employee champion.
  • Administration Expert

Human resources management involves several processes. Together they are supposed to achieve the above mentioned goal. These processes can be performed in an HR department, but some tasks can also be outsourced or performed by line-managers or other departments. When effectively integrated they provide significant economic benefit to the company. So, whenever the organizations outsource any of the activities pertaining to Human Resource Management, they should critically evaluate whether they reap the signicant economic benefit for their organization with an effectively integrated approach.


We deliver solutions with excellence in 3 ways:
  • Timely Delivery
  • Deliverables as you need it.
  • Quality Work.

Timely Delivery:

We are very much time conscious and understand the value of timely delivery to our clients, which ensures you to meet your plans and manage your resources effectively. Time is one of the constraints in all the deliverables around the world, for which we take utmost care from job initiation till its closure and identify risks if any well in advance to treat them professionally. For all the services which we offer, we have product deliverables broken down to achievable or measurable small tasks with time lines which may help us to deliver our services on time.


Deliverables as you need it:

Lot many organization in today’s scenario offer various solutions to the clients. But it is mandatory to understand that being the service provider, we should be in the position to give our deliverables as per the need of the client and not what we have or possess with us. This is what we speak about tailor made solutions as per the clients requisition.

At Campus Corporate Centre, we don’t have one solution which we sell to all of our clients. We understand that our clients have different circumstances and different requirements and we take the time and trouble (and a little bit of your time too) to ensure that you receive the optimum solutions which suits you.


Quality Work:

We believe that Quality is the ongoing process of building and sustaining relationships by assessing, anticipating, and fulfilling stated and implied needs. Quality is the customers' perception of the value of the suppliers' work output. We cannot separate the process and the human factor; therefore we believe that Quality, when built into our service, generates emotions and feelings within those who have been the part of our service. When we have provided the service that brings smiles to our customers, then we have achieved Quality. We’ll know it, you'll know it, and each of us will prosper from it.


What are Our Employees top priorities?

  • Customer focused
  • Right attitude
  • Doing Right things right from the first time
  • Smart, Creative and Hard working
  • Consistency & Responsibility
  • Paying attention to details (Quality Assurance)
  • Always to be proud of our work
  • Timely delivery
  • Deliverables as per client’s need.
  • Qualitative Working as a Team
  • Specially trained on Business ethics and Code of conduct



 

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Ms. Nidhi Choubey, Coordinator of training programmes – Home Science College, M.P.

"It was really a compact and niche programme on Entrepreneurship Awareness. We would definitely recommend this programme for forthcoming batches of Engineering students"

Mr. C.Ramesh, HOD, M.Kumarasamy College of Engineering, Tamilnadu.

"Golden Client model of CCC is really an attractive package offered to us; it is a good customized solution for our institution as we are situated in a rural background and basically facing challenges while placing our students. Good show… Keep it up"

Ms. S.Chitra, Principal, PMCTech, Tamilnadu

"Excellent training programme. Students have given a very positive feedback and we would like to continue with you always"

Ms. Malar, Secretary, Perumal Manimekalai Group of Institutions, Tamilnadu

"1 day workshops on Time Management, Communication skills, presentation skills etc are really good. Saves our time and at the same time quality inputs are given. We wish to see you again in our campus for such short term programmes"

Dr. Sekar, Principal, Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan Engineering College, Tamilnadu

"Best counseling session that our students ever had. Good job"

Mr. Nitin Jain, Secretary, Gyan Ganga Internation School, Madhya Pradesh

"Soft skills have become very essential these days and we would like to give these programmes regularly to our students."

Ms. Nidhi Choubey, Coordinator of training programmes – Home Science College, M.P.

"It was really a compact and niche programme on Entrepreneurship Awareness. We would definitely recommend this programme for forthcoming batches of Engineering students"

Mr. C.Ramesh, HOD, M.Kumarasamy College of Engineering, Tamilnadu.

"Golden Client model of CCC is really an attractive package offered to us; it is a good customized solution for our institution as we are situated in a rural background and basically facing challenges while placing our students. Good show… Keep it up"

Ms. S.Chitra, Principal, PMCTech, Tamilnadu

"Excellent training programme. Students have given a very positive feedback and we would like to continue with you always"

Ms. Malar, Secretary, Perumal Manimekalai Group of Institutions, Tamilnadu

"1 day workshops on Time Management, Communication skills, presentation skills etc are really good. Saves our time and at the same time quality inputs are given. We wish to see you again in our campus for such short term programmes"

Dr. Sekar, Principal, Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan Engineering College, Tamilnadu

"Best counseling session that our students ever had. Good job"

Mr. Nitin Jain, Secretary, Gyan Ganga Internation School, Madhya Pradesh

"Soft skills have become very essential these days and we would like to give these programmes regularly to our students."

Ms. Nidhi Choubey, Coordinator of training programmes – Home Science College, M.P.

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