360° Coverage : World HR Net Presents Shatarupa Chaki as Featured Expert

World HR Net Presents Shatarupa Chaki as Featured Expert

World HR Net features Shatarupa Chaki, Director - HR (Corporate Functions & Shared Services), InterGlobe Aviation Limited ("IndiGo"), India's largest and fastest growing airline.

Sep 2 2013, 3:07am CDT | by PR.com

New York, NY, September 02, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The well known online human resources portal World HR Net is now showcasing Shatarupa Chaki in its “Featured Expert” section (check http://worldhrnet.com/E_ShatarupaChaki.php). This section is populated by the views and rich experiences shared by accomplished HR professionals from across the globe.

Shatarupa Chaki is the Director - HR (Corporate Functions & Shared Services) for IndiGo, one of the fastest growing low cost airlines in the world. She has almost 14 years of experience in Human Resources across sectors like Manufacturing, Pharma, FMCG, Retail, IT and Aviation in the context of HR Strategy, M&As, Culture building & Integration, Leadership Development, Change Management, Start-Ups & HR operations. Ms Chaki has been responsible for shaping HR strategies across diverse industry segments & managing P&L responsibilities in the challenging economic scenario of India. She has worked with such companies as Bharti Retail (JV of Wal-Mart & Bharti in India), Mars Inc, Whirlpool of India Ltd. etc.

In her interview with World HR Net, Ms Chaki talks about the nuances of working in distinctly different industry sectors, the dilemma of recruitment vs. employee retention, employee performance measurement, HR Management System and the related technological developments, people engagement and lot more. A link to Ms Chaki’s Featured Expert page is given on the World HR Net home page too (www.worldhrnet.com).

The "Featured Expert" section is presented in the form of an enlightening question and answer session where the HR expert expresses his/her thoughts and viewpoints on various aspects of people management and some interesting insights on global trends. Some of the previously featured experts are Mr Diaa Mohamed (VP - Global HR Delivery, Hewlett Packard), Ms Moonmoon Varma (Vice President Human Resources 'Asia Pac', Credit Suisse), Mr Andre’ Declerck (Director HR, European Labor Relations & European Corporate Center, Ingersoll Rand International) and most recently Mr Michael Molina (CHRO, Vistage International).

About World HR Net:

World HR Net provides a global resource pool of insightful information and updates from the dynamic human resources field. It endeavours to bring together HR experts, entrepreneurs and global thought leaders from across a multitude of industry sectors to deliberate upon people management, the latest HR tools or the key challenges involved and share their constructive input and opinion on them. The Featured sections on experts and organizations showcase industry innovators who with their experience, expertise and processes contribute towards evolving the human resources domain.

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