Hero Vired appoints Satyajit Menon as SVP & Head- Human Resources

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Hero Vired appoints Satyajit Menon as SVP & Head- Human Resources
Satyajit has over two decades of experience across financial services, e-commerce, outsourcing, capital markets, and information technology with leading brands such as GE, Fidelity Worldwide International, Lehman Brothers, and Snapdeal.

Hero Vired, an Ed-Tech company by the Hero Group, has announced the appointment of Satyajit Menon as SVP & Head- Human Resources. He has joined Hero Vired from Innovacer where he was Vice President – People Operations since November 2017.

As Head- HR at Hero Vired, Satyajit will be responsible for building and strengthening the organization’s people function by constructing a talent framework that is flexible to the needs of today’s dynamic business climate.

Satyajit has over two decades of experience across financial services, e-commerce, outsourcing, capital markets, and information technology with leading brands such as GE, Fidelity Worldwide International, Lehman Brothers, and Snapdeal.

His areas of expertise include employee relations, being an advisor to leadership teams, bringing people-friendly work policies among other critical HR interventions.

Akshay Munjal, Founder and CEO, Hero Vired, said, “In today’s dynamic and ever-evolving environment, the role of a robust and purpose-driven HR function has never been more significant in any organisation. Having launched just two months ago, we are delighted to have Menon join us on our journey of reimagining education.”

“We are confident that his vast wealth of expertise and best practices from leading brands will help build a strong, people-first, high performance and culture-driven organisation,” Munjal added.

Satyajit Menon, Senior VP and Head – HR, Hero Vired, said, “I am elated to join Hero Vired, an organisation that carries along with the prestige and legacy of one of India’s largest business conglomerates – the Hero Group.”

“I look forward to working closely with the leadership team to build a workforce that adapts quickly to change, a place where through a culture of learning, curiosity, passion and velocity can emerge as a highly-skilled, resilient and empathetic group of people,” Menon added.

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