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Hero group startup Hero Vired appoints Satyajit Menon as Sr. VP & Head HR

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With over 20 years of experience, satyajit Menon  has been appointed by  Hero Vired, an Edtech startup by the Hero Group as Sr.VP & Head HR  to set up and lead its  HR  function.

Menon will be tasked with setting the tone for building a high-performance culture where goals and results are made transparent, the purpose is made clear to the organisation’s talent, engagement models are built to measure employee experience at the highest level and leaders are encouraged to develop employees’ potential to make them a highly productive and potent workforce, according to a statement.

Prior to this appointment, Satyajit was working with Innovacer  as Vice President – People Operations.

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

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.