News: D N Prasad is now Director, Extended Workforce Solutions at Google


D N Prasad is now Director, Extended Workforce Solutions at Google

DNP as he is known held the position of Director, Google People Services, APAC till January 2016
D N Prasad is now Director, Extended Workforce Solutions at Google

Google has appointed D N Prasad as a Director, Extended Workforce Solutions.  His new role starting this February is in the US. In his new position, he is the custodian for the Extended Workforce Solutions ( xWS ) team, with an exciting global charter to shape and support the way the extended workforce space ( Temps, Vendors and Contractors ) is managed for Google. The team will have accountability for Solutions, governance and Operations. 

In his previously held position in Google as a Director, Google People Services, APAC which he took over in 2012, he ensured the operational integrity of the company's people process, and partners with the cross-functional teams to bring innovation in the way the company uses technology to attract, retain and grow Googlers worldwide.

Previous roles at Google include managing a Program Management office for People Operations in the APAC region, focusing on People Ops Strategy and Operations and managing People Programs in India, a function focused on Employment Branding and Talent Outreach. 

D N Prasad brings with him experience in Staffing, Staffing Process Re - engineering, Campus relations, hiring and Programs, Talent Planning & Research, HR Operations, Employee Engagement, Global Immigrations, Employment and Internal Branding, Internal Communications, HR Analytics and Diversity. He considers himself a “start-up” Human Resources leader, for experience in setting up teams and functions, across country, region or a global scale. 

Before joining Google in August 2006, he was working as the Head, Global Entry Level Hiring and Campus Relations for Infosys Technologies Ltd. His experience includes Employee Relations, Immigrations and HR Operations, all of which he handled at various points in time of his career with Infosys; across India and United States.

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