Swot Analysis Of Indian Hotel Company

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Indian Hotels Company Ltd.

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Anshul Bhatia (HR010)
Arpita Gupta (HR020)
Kamakshi Mathur (HR030)
Vrushali Patil (HR040)
Surbhi Shrivastava (HR050)
Vidyesh Zende (HR060)

Table of Contents

Introduction...............................................................................................................................3

Stand on CSR.............................................................................................................................3

People Management..................................................................................................................3

Environment Management.......................................................................................................4
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They are globally recognized as one of the finest hospitality companies with 112 hotels in 55 locations across India and 16 international hotels in the Maldives, Malaysia, Australia, UK, USA, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Africa and the Middle East.
Being a Tata Group company, it also follows the Tata Business Excellence Model.

IHCL’s stand on CSR

They have been associated with United Nations Global Compact since 2001 and believe in society and environment as an integral stakeholder in their business along with their shareholders, customers and vendors.

Their CSR theme, “Building Sustainable Livelihoods” is one of the UN’s Millennium Development Goals.
All of their initiatives in CSR activities are focused around their key strengths in food production, kitchen management, housekeeping and spas. They reach out to the target communities through 4‘E’s – Employment; Employability; Education and Entrepreneurship. Their main focus areas are:

 Awareness & Training centres for skill development for less-privileged
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This program has seen many youngsters who never dreamt of stepping outside the boundaries of their towns and villages, now working independently across the hospitality sector in India.
The company believes that volunteering for a societal cause is an enriching experience and allows the human values and self worth of individuals and teams to flourish. They encourage as well as promote the merging of the businesses and the human beings. As the hotel industry and operations do not directly cause harm to the natural environment, their commitment to the environment is primarily through reduction of the impact of their daily operations on critical natural resources. Their focus has been on improving energy efficiencies, fresh and waste water management and solid waste management.
Taj group of hotels have continued to play its role as a responsible corporate citizen, adding value to the society and the environment. With the growing focus on Corporate Sustainability and Triple Bottom Line approach in the business environment, Taj as a brand of international repute, constantly assesses and updates its approach and initiatives in
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