News: Vedanta promotes Madhu Srivastava as Group CHRO

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Vedanta promotes Madhu Srivastava as Group CHRO

Madhu Srivastava who joined Vedanta in 2015 has been promoted as the Group CHRO of the company.
Vedanta promotes Madhu Srivastava as Group CHRO

Vedanta has appointed Madhu Srivastava as the Group CHRO for the company. Madhu has been part of the Vedanta Group for 6 years now and in her earlier role, she was the CHRO for Cairn Oil & Gas business of Vedanta for more than 2 years. In addition to the Cairn CHRO role, Madhu has also led Talent Acquisition and Diversity & Inclusion for the Vedanta group.

Madhu brings 19 years of rich & diverse experience across HR, Sales and Operations with organisations like Citibank, Genpact, Reliance, and Godrej and has done her MBA from IIM, Ahmedabad.

Madhu joined Vedanta in 2012 as the Head for Talent Acquisition for their Oil & Gas business.

Madhu is a leader with 19 years of experience across Human Resources, Sales and Operations spanning across industries like FMCG, Telecom, ITES, BFSI and Natural Resources.

An alumna of IIM Ahmedabad, she started her professional journey in 1999 as an Assistant Sales Manager in Godrej where she handled Sales in Gujarat and Maharashtra and later moved on to the Corporate Sales & Marketing role. She then worked with companies like GE Capital and Reliance Communications before switching her role from Sales and Marketing to Human Resources.

Madhu started her HR journey in 2006 by joining Genpact as an Assistant Vice President Talent Acquisition where she was heading the middle management hiring for Genpact. She was then with Citibank for 2 years heading recruitments for India.

 

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