Campaign India Team
Dec 04, 2008

Bhaskar Group hires Biplob Banerjee

Bhaskar Group has appointed Biplob Banerjee (pictured) as its chief human resources officer. In his new role, Banerjee's responsibilities include creating people systems, processes and an HR roadmap, improving basic hygiene factors and employee experiences and increasing employee engagement through communication and people-centric activities.Before joining the Bhaskar Group, Banerjee was associated with Nokia-Siemens Networks. He has also worked with Reuters and ABP. He started his career with Britannia Industries and later moved to PepsiCo.

Bhaskar Group hires Biplob Banerjee

Bhaskar Group has appointed Biplob Banerjee (pictured) as its chief human resources officer. In his new role, Banerjee's responsibilities include creating people systems, processes and an HR roadmap, improving basic hygiene factors and employee experiences and increasing employee engagement through communication and people-centric activities.

Before joining the Bhaskar Group, Banerjee was associated with Nokia-Siemens Networks. He has also worked with Reuters and ABP. He started his career with Britannia Industries and later moved to PepsiCo.

Pawan Agarwal, director, Bhaskar Group said, "Managing a multi-cultural workforce in a big organisation like ours is a huge challenge for the human resources department and we are pleased to have Biplob on our leadership team to spearhead this endeavour. His vast people management experience makes him a valuable asset for the Bhaskar Group."

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