News: Servotech appoints Rajesh Mohan Rai as CHRO

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Servotech appoints Rajesh Mohan Rai as CHRO

With over 32 years of experience, Rai is a well-known HR strategist and business coach, previously holding key positions in different organisations
Servotech appoints Rajesh Mohan Rai as CHRO

Servotech Power Systems Limited announced the appointment of Rajesh Mohan Rai as chief human resource officer, with effect from December 15. The appointment is aimed to help the company enhance talent and organisational capabilities.

With over 32 years of experience, Rai is a well-known HR strategist and business coach, previously holding key positions in different organisations. In his capacity as CHRO at Servotech, he will leverage his decades of experience and oversee the functioning of the HR department, contributing towards the personnel development and growth of the company.

Prior to joining Servotech, he was in charge as principal consultant – director at HR Anexi, director- human resources at Nivio Technologies Pvt. Ltd., HR regional head (South) at Aviva Life Insurance Co. Ltd., and head of recruitment & HR (RGE & Services) at Microsoft Corporation, among others.

Raman Bhatia, Founder and Managing Director, Servotech Power Systems Ltd., said, “Rai’s breadth of HR experience will help us vector in the direction of building around growth, performance excellence, and talent acquisition. I am convinced that he will bring an enhanced level of acumen and farsightedness to the leadership team.”

“I am looking forward to supporting Servotech in becoming an Employer of Choice in their space by building and nurturing existing and potential talent to support the growth ambitions of the organisation. Further, I’ll also bring a sharpened focus on diversity, inclusion, and equality in our workforce, making enriched learning and growth opportunities available, that will be purposed towards enhancing employee engagement, productivity, and experience,” said Rai.

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