Striking a balance between brain and heart is most important for HR

Striking a balance between brain and heart is most important for HR - Jay Vachharajani
My ultimate goal is to be known as a person/professional who is the first person for any employee who prefers to reach out to discuss anything and everything that is bothering or even share any achievements.

What inspired you to join HR profession?

JV Starting my career as a production engineer working closely with operators and workmen day in day out (well, sometimes even night in and night out), I saw tremendous potential in how an HR leader/good HR practices can transform the workplace into a highly efficient one simply by being an omnipresent support and an invisible mentor. That was the trigger that led me to pursue MBA and getting my degree from one of the best institutes in India. HR for me stands for hard work and responsiveness as a way to work, humility and respect as a way of life which is my philosophy in life as well. (And of course, as everyone calls it, holidays and rangolis) thus began this journey, a journey that is of no meaning without its companions.

Do you find any difference between your dream job and reality? If yes, what?

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Jay Vachharajani

currently is Manager Human Resource at Dharampal Satyapal Group recruited under Accelerated Corporate Expertise leadership programme and an Ex-General Electric. Top 10%er at IIM Ranchi having a keen interest in creative writing, content creation and playing sports.

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Jay Vachharajani

currently is Manager Human Resource at Dharampal Satyapal Group recruited under Accelerated Corporate Expertise leadership programme and an Ex-General Electric. Top 10%er at IIM Ranchi having a keen interest in creative writing, content creation and playing sports.

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