Capegemini has elevated Aarti Srivastava as CHRO for its India operations.
A seasoned human resources professional, Srivastava brings with her more than two decades of diverse experience in handling people at various levels. She was previously CHRO for the business services global business line at Capgemini. She takes over from Pallavi Tyagi, who has been promoted to a global strategic role within the Company’s group HR function.
Having begun her career with Shaw Wallace as a management trainee in 2003, Srivastava joined Tata Consultancy Services as HR generalist in 2004. Less than two years later, she moved to eFunds Corporation, as senior manager.
Srivastava has spent over 11 years at Capgemini, probably the longest stint of her career. She had joined the Company in 2011 as director HR – global and regional partner for key business units. Over seven years into this role, she was elevated to global head – HR for business services, a role she successfully essayed for four years, before becoming CHRO.
Before Capgemini, Srivastava also served as deliver leader HR (HR head for BPO business) at FIS for a year.
She had moved to FIS from Deutsche Bank, where she was assistant VP – HR for almost a year.
On her appointment as a CHRO for Indian operations, she says, “I hope to be a catalyst in further building on the Capgemini culture where both the company and its people can thrive and grow and deliver tangible impact to client businesses.”
Ashwin Yardi, CEO, Capgemini in India and member of the group executive committee is confident that given the “positive industry outlook” and the rising “demand for digital-led solutions, India will continue to play a crucial role in ensuring Capgemini is able to help our clients build the future they want”.
He hopes to rely on Srivastava’s “experience in designing and implementing talent strategy to drive employee engagement and deliver business impact” to help strengthen Capgemini’s “position as an employer of choice and further build the vibrant organisation of tomorrow”.