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  • 1. SUCCESS STORY OF HRPROFESSIONAL
  • 2. HEMA RAVICHANDAR Most powerful women,Hema Ravichandar 44,Sr VP & Group HeadHRD, Infosys. “She knows IT insideout” – National Newspaper, The Hindu.
  • 3. EDUCATION AND CAREERPATH Graduation from Stella Marys College Post Graduation from IIM Ahmedabad First Company - Mico-Bosch in Mulund, Mumbai Freelance human resource consultant Joined infosys in 1992. After 13 years of association she resigned from hepost of Sr VP & Group Head HRD, Infosys in 2005. has now joined Mercer Human Resource Consultingas an independent consultant.
  • 4. CONTRIBUTION The sheer volume of recruitments she has made for Infosysalone shows her success as an HR professional. Infosys grewfrom 250 employees in 1992 to nearly 40,000 in July 2005 At a time when the industry faces high attrition levels andcompetition from MNCs to `poach’ employees from IndianIT companies, Hema introduced novel methods and set newbenchmarks in HR practices, which make any techie dreamabout joining Infosys one day! Currently working with Mercers global leaders to assist inexecuting their change management strategies, re-engineeringtheir HR structures and processes, and where applicable, inoff-shoring them to more cost-effective locations
  • 5. Achievements In 2002, Ms Ravichander wasidentified as one of Indias top 25young executives: By BusinessToday. Dataquest selected MsRavichander as one of the six ITSuperwomen. In 2005 alone, she has receivedthree awards for her contributionto HR.
  • 6. THANK YOU
  • 7. THANK YOU

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