With over 20 years of experience, Sansare is an expert in manpower planning, compensation, rewards, and performance management, among other things.
Animesh Kumar, who has been heading the bank's human resources division since 2009, has decided to call it quits. Kumar is expected to work on psychoanalysis tests on hiring - a tool which he introduced in IDFC Bank.
In his new role, Bhatnagar will be responsible for attracting and enabling talent to help the organisation realise its strategy.
L’Oréal India has appointed Roshni Wadhwa, previously Human Resources Director for L’Oréal Singapore, in place of James
In his new role, Sen will now head the entire HR people operations for Asia Pacific and Japan which includes 15 countries in the region. Sailesh Menezes will take up the role of the country manager, HR people operations for India.
Chugh moved in from Standard Chartered, while Vivek Pandey joined in from the Tata Group as the vice president of growth and analytics.
The social media company’s VP of diversity and inclusion, Jeffrey Siminoff, is expected to leave the company by February end, while it’s CHRO, Renee Atwood has already quit.
Achar has spent eight years with Apollo Munich as chief people officer, contributing considerably to its growth.
In the past, Misra has worked with companies, such as Just Dial, Tesco, Patni Computer Systems and the Oberoi Group of Hotels.
Kapoor has joined as head-HR. The company hopes to further its aggressive talent acquisition strategy with this key new appointment.
Jalali’s predecessor, BL Narayan, has moved on as head of solutions & sales support for the company’s Business Services strategic business unit.
Banerjee’s professional experience spans across categories starting from FMCG, hospitality, aviation and telecom to real estate.
Usretay, who was the rewards leader at EY before he joined the global advisory broking and solutions company, has over 15 years of experience.
Kapilashrami is one of the very few Indian women in top global HR leadership positions.
Sameer Wadhawan, vice-president, human resources, will now head franchise capability and business transformation. Manu Narang Wadhwa, from American Express, will replace him as head-HR.
- Sameer Wadhawan
- Human Resources
- Franchise capability and business transformation
- Manu Narang Wadhwa
- American Express
- Maruti Suzuki
- CocaCola India
- Talent Development
- Bottling franchisees
- Nokia Siemens Networks
- Cadence Design Systems India
- Ranbaxy Laboratories
- Employee relations
- Recruitment and selection
- compensation and benefits
- Venkatesh Kini
- Tata Unisys
- Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development
An XLRI alumnus, Srinivasan has been an old hand at the Tatas. He plans to take a short break before on-boarding his next flight.
Radhakrishnan moved to the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) from the Unilever group, where he served for 23 years.
Kevin Lord, an MS in HR, has worked with GE in various capacities for more than 10 years.
Laszlo Bock, the man behind Google's culture now plans to to launch a startup.
In her new role, Bhardwaj will work with the firm’s leadership team in India to support business growth and momentum
Misra, who will be serving his notice period till January 6, will soon reveal his future plans.
Vikraman joined the company as a graduate trainee and has spent over 31 years with NLC.
In addition to leading human resources, corporate communications and administration for the firm, globally, he will now also look after legal and corporate affairs.
Reddy will be responsible for innovative HR systems and processes, delivering strategies and providing overall leadership to the HR function.
Malia to start a new venture in the management consulting space.
Hornsey has been a VP at Google and is current operating partner at SoftBank.
KPMG India CEO, Richard Rekhy’s decision to retire has been accepted by the board but he will continue to serve in the position till a successor is found.
This shift from ABP News marks Ghose’s return to the BFSI industry.
Rajan resigned last Friday following the ouster of chairman, Cyrus Mistry.
Jayesh Sampat, country head - HR has been elevated to the position of country head - HR, business operations & customer service.
Vikram Duggal joins as the VP and head HR for pharma solutions, while Unmesh Rai is the new head-employer branding and talent acquisition.
As part of the leadership team, Chandan will play a crucial role growth and transformation story at Greaves Cotton.
Chainani, currently chief people officer, UltraTech Cement, Aditya Birla Group (ABG), has put in his papers and is serving notice period.
Raju Mistry, the group head-talent staffing, employer brand & group leadership programmes, had joined the Group in June, 2015.
Dahiya was the former senior VP & group head (performance, reward & organisation development) at Reliance Industries.
Vamsi has joined Microsoft as the head of India University Relations. He spent two years at Flipkart.
Dahiya, an XLRI graduate, was deeply involved in the transformation of the group.
Prior to this, he was senior VP & head -HR, and helped scale up the organisation and focussed on managing organisational transition.
ContextMedia is a provider of digital solutions at the point of care in the United States.
Akkara moves in from Nielsen where he was executive director, human resources-India & South Asia.
As head human resources, HSBC Global Resourcing managed 43,000 employees across seven countries in his last role.
Ratia will now drive key HR functions at Myntra with a focus on talent acquisition and retention for various levels and verticals.
Hota is an economics graduate from St. Stephens, New Delhi, who also holds an MBA in human resources from XLRI, Jamshedpur.
Sirbhaiya comes with a diverse industry experience of over 22 years in both HR and marketing and a domain expertise in leading business strategy aligned learning interventions.
Goutam is a seasoned HR professional with over 29 years of diverse experience across sectors – FMCG, IT, telecom, pharmaceutical, petrochemical, healthcare & medical devices and infrastructure.
Narasimham, who was pursuing a doctoral programme at the University of Bristol in the UK, has worked with companies such as Microland and Cognizant in the past.
Goel worked with Tata AIG General Insurance Company Limited as vice-president- human resources/regional director of training and development MEMSA region between 2000 and 2007.
With over 30 years of professional experience, Cherian began her career as an associate professor at Sophia College.
Dangi has been working in the financial sector for the last 15 years, first at ICICI Bank and then at Religare.
Shukla has more than 18 years of diversified experience across sales, marketing, and human resource functions in organisations such as Asian Paints and Akzonobel.
Taneja has diverse experience in engineering, sales and marketing, and also human resources.
Acquisition and retention of talent will be a key challenge for Suri in this primarily talent-led business, where attrition rates are very high.
The Genpact Centre for Women’s Leadership (GCWL) is an industry-academia partnership— combining the power of research with industry best practices — to empower women, make them leaders and drive gender-inclusive growth.
Bector quit Reliance Industries, early this month, where he was chief talent officer
Nair is currently senior VP- leadership & organisation development, and also the global head of diversity and inclusion at Unilever – a position she has held since January 2013.
This high-profile departure from the Reliance Industries HR function, comes close on the heels of the resignation of group CHRO, Prabir Jha, in August.
Nandal has moved in from Damco, where she was head, HR-South Asia, and also part of the Maersk Group’s global HR leadership team.
Based out of Dubai, Martyris will play a dual role, managing both the Kuoni Group and VFS Global.
At Dimension Data India, Salve’s primary responsibility will be to design and deliver strategies to create a culture of trust, collaboration, and ownership facilitating employees to accelerate their ambition.
Savlani steps in for Navin Chugh, who has moved on to a new global role as the executive vice president, strategic global sales.
This follows a similar movement at Flipkart when its HR Head, Mekin Maheshwari stepped down and moved to an advisory role.
Rajendra will take over from Samik Basu, who quit a few months back.
Maheshwari had joined Flipkart in September 2009 as head of Engineering, post which he was appointed as the head of two verticals – PayZippy and eBooks.
Jha will lead the human resources function globally, and also head corporate communications and administration for the company.