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DLF’s Surajit Banerjee joins M3M India as president-HR
HRK News Bureau | New Delhi | Thursday, 05 January 2017

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Banerjee’s professional experience spans across categories starting from FMCG, hospitality, aviation and telecom to real estate.

Surajit Banerjee, erstwhile senior V-P HR at DLF has moved to another NCR (National Capital Region)-based real estate company M3M India as president HR.

In the past Banerjee has worked with companies such as SpiceJet, Max Healthcare, Hindustan Unilever, Reckitt Benckiser and Airtel.

After passing out from XLRI, Banerjee joined Hindustan Unilever (then Hindustan Lever) in 1990 as factory personnel manager. He spent five years with the company and during this period, he lead the HR function in several operating units, with primary focus on industrial relations, people processes and efficiency.

Between 1995 and 1998, he worked with the Oberoi group as director HR.

From hospitality, he moved to an FMCG company Reckitt Benckiser as GM employee relations. In 2001, he was appointed v-p HR at Bharti Airtel following which he joined the aviation industry as v-p, HR at SpiceJet.

Banerjee’s role at M3M includes encouraging progressive ‘people practices’ and creating a ‘hi-performing’ talent pool. He also plans to initiate organisational development through strategic people practices, build organisational capability around a competency framework, performance management and functional job analysis to serve business goals.

Banerjee says in an official communique, “With expanding footprints across the realty sector and a workplace brimming with young and dynamic talent, the organisation presents newer and challenging opportunities almost every day.”

“It is an invigorating experience managing such an energetic workforce and developing organisational practices through relentless pursuit of business excellence,” he adds.

M3M India has 11 residential and 7 commercial projects at different stages of development. It recently awarded Rs 350 crore contracts to three construction firms, including Tata Projects, for development of four residential and commercial projects in Gurgaon.

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