BetterPlace, the full-stack tech platform for frontline workforce management, has appointed Mohana MD as the chief people and culture officer.
With over 15 years of experience in BFSI and IT sectors, she has led large scale talent transformations in companies like SAP and Fidelity Investments.
Prior to joining BetterPlace, Mohana was the head of HR at Global Business Services (GBS) Standard Chartered in Bengaluru where she drove the Future Workplace, Now program which helped the bank’s global employee base adapt to the changing workplace environments during the pandemic.
“Expecting to grow geographically and in terms of our business lines, it has become essential for us to prioritise cultural integration with our acquired companies while at the same time focusing on expanding our employee base to continue adding exponential value to our customers. Mohana's transformative and impactful experience with global companies would help us immensely to not only tackle some of the challenges that startups like us face when we reach the next level of growth but also drive transformational practices that would make us the employer of choice for top tech talent globally,” said Pravin Agarwala, co-founder and group CEO at BetterPlace.
At BetterPlace, Mohana would be focusing on building a participative inclusive culture which would act as a catalyst to BetterPlace's journey of growth. She would be leading initiatives to build a common currency of trust, innovation, and oneness across BetterPlace employees working out in different geographies, the company said in a statement.
“Great organisations are built by great teams and BetterPlace’s rapid growth journey has been built mainly by their people. However, as the organisation is now reaching the next level of growth, I am excited to be part of this journey to enable them to build teams which are driven by inclusion, innovation, and employee nurture,” said Mohana.
BetterPlace aims to build its tech team globally by the end of this year. It aims to grow 4-fold in terms of revenue by the end of FY23, the statement said.