T-Trust A-Acceptability T-Transparency A-Accountability POWER

Presented BySapana Agarwa Priyanka Bapat

Company Profile

Tata Power is India’s largest power utility in the private sector today, with a presence in generation, transmission, distribution and trading. The company was established in 1911 as the Tata Hydro-Electric Power Supply Company to supply power to Mumbai. Tata Power has an installed power generation capacity of over 2,300mw in the areas of thermal, solar, hydro and wind energy generation. In addition, the company is implementing a 4,000mw mega power project in Mundra, Gujarat.

Areas of Business

Power generation  Thermal Power  Hydra  Wind farms  Solar Plant Transmission and distribution  Trading Power project related services

Customers

The Company supplies power directly to bulk consumers as –
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Mumbai & Delhi Central and Western Railways, Mumbai Port, refineries, textile mills, fertilizer factories, BARC, Municipal Corporation water pumping plants and other major industries using continuous processes requiring uninterrupted power supply.

The latest addition to the list is the commercial district at the Bandra-Kurla Complex and major commercial and residential complexes in the suburbs.

Vision & Mission
Vision “To be the most admired Integrated Power and Energy Company delivering sustainable value to all stakeholders.”

Mission Providing world class energy solutions that exceed customer expectations.

Values

Integrity: Honesty, fairness and transparency in our conduct and transactions. Trust: Faith and belief in each other. Collaboration: Excellence through teamwork, within employees and partners. Agility: Speedy, responsive and proactive, achieved through empowering employees. Respect: Treat all stakeholders with respect and dignity. Excellence: Bettering standards continuously, with passion and prid.

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Corporate Governance

It is an integral part of the Company's core values. Philosophy of company is of working towards the creation of wealth by enhancing the value of stakeholders. The Company follows the policy of keeping its shareholders informed by putting up relevant information on its corporate website www.tatapower.com. To ensuring excellence it has adopted the “Tata Business Excellence Model”. Company has also adopted the Tata Code of Conduct which serves as a guide to uphold the highest levels of business ethics.

Tata Code Of Conduct

It is fountainhead of the corporate governance. It draws its strength from the five Tata values:  Integrity  Understanding  Excellence  Unity  Responsibility

Corporate Policies

Tata Code of conduct Health and safety Policy Corporate Environment Policy Anti Sexual Harassment Policy

HR Planning

Steps

Frame the HR policies Coordination Principle of Discipline Identify the talent of the employees Improving and Increasing the Productivity Performance Appraisal Route the Map

HR Planning
FRAME THE HR FRAME THE HR POLICIES POLICIES SYSTEMATIC SYSTEMATIC ORIENTATION ORIENTATION OPTIMUM OPTIMUM UTILISATION OF UTILISATION OF HUMAN RESOURCSE HUMAN RESOURCSE

PLAN PLAN ORGANISATIONAL ORGANISATIONAL OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES

HUMAN RESOURCE HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING PLANNING

PRINCIPLES OF PRINCIPLES OF DISCIPLINE DISCIPLINE

COMPENSATION COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT

TALENT TALENT MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT

HR Audit

Attrition Audit  To find out no. of Exit interviews. Compliance Audit  To find out the Mergers and Acquisitions. Self Audit  It’s a part of internal Audit.  Improvement in an individual.  It helps to decide the scope for the Improvement. “Corporate Audit” and “Internal Audit” are also conducted in the Company, and they are reflected in the Annual Report of the Company.

HR Policies

HR policies are conducted according to the manpower requirement. HR policies are frame according to the employees point of view. HR policies changes every after 5 years.

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