News: Ex Bajaj VP HR joins Anmol Industries as Group VP HR

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Ex Bajaj VP HR joins Anmol Industries as Group VP HR

In his new role as the Group VP, HR he will be heading the Human Resource and Administration Functions of Anmol Industries Limited and group Companies.
Ex Bajaj VP HR joins Anmol Industries as Group VP HR

After working with Bajaj Corp for more than nine years, Subhamay Chatterjee has joined Anmol Industries famous for their bakery products. 

Chatterjee confirmed the news to People Matters, sharing about his stint with Bajaj Corp he said, “I was instrumental in Implementing a  large-scale organizational transformation, culture change, Process optimizations of Talent Acquisition, Performance Management and employee life cycle management.”

 “I have also grown as a professional in the company and learned how to add value to the business, he added.” 

In his new role as the Group VP, HR he will be heading the Human Resource and Administration Functions of Anmol Industries Limited and Group Companies.

Subhamay has pursued his B.Sc. in Physics Hons and completed his MBA in 1993 with specialization in Human Resource Management. He is currently pursuing his Executive Fellow Programme in Management form BIMTECH, Greater Noida.

In his earlier assignments, he was associated with Fresenius Kabi Oncology Limited (Formerly Dabur Pharma Limited), Dabur India Limited, Allied Resins and Chemicals Limited and Shivnath Organics Private Limited. 

Topics: Appointments, C-Suite

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