News: Parimal Galvankar joins CBRE as Head HR for India

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Parimal Galvankar joins CBRE as Head HR for India

In his new role, Galvankar will oversee CBRE’s pan India human resources activities related to talent acquisition/recruitment, training and development, performance management, organization development, diversity, compensation and benefits.
Parimal Galvankar joins CBRE as Head HR for India

Real estate consulting firm CBRE South Asia announced the appointment of Parimal Galvankar as the Head of People (HR) for India.  

In his new role, Galvankar will oversee CBRE’s pan India human resources activities related to talent acquisition/recruitment, training and development, performance management, organization development, diversity, compensation, and benefits that will impact a workforce of more than 10,000 professionals across 10 offices in India.

Commenting on the appointment, Anshuman Magazine, Chairman & CEO, India, South East Asia, Middle East & Africa, CBRE, said, “Parimal’s strong track record in creating and implementing collaborative processes to improve both employee experiences and business outcomes will be key to driving our continued growth in India. At CBRE, we have a very diverse talent pool ranging from consultancy, technology, research, and analytics, etc and we believe that his expertise will further strengthen processes and reinforce our people-first commitment across India.”

Commenting on his new journey, Galvankar on joining CBRE South Asia Pvt. Ltd. as Head of People function in India said, “I look forward to working with CBRE South Asia leadership to develop and implement a forward-looking HR strategy that will support our business, cultivate leadership, maximize diversity and further position CBRE as an employer of choice.”

With over 22 years of experience spanning across geographies and cultures, Galvankar brings extensive domain knowledge, a strong focus on client outcomes, and broad operational experience to his new role.

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