Eastman Auto & Power appoints Satyendra K. Mallik as president & CHRO

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Mallik will be responsible for steering organisational transformation, overall HR strategy, compensation and talent initiatives, along with leading IT and business process automation.

Eastman Auto & Power has appointed Satyendra K. Mallik as president and chief human resources officer (CHRO). In his new role, Mallik will be responsible for steering organisational transformation and overall HR strategy, compensation and talent initiatives, while also driving the Company’s information technology and business process automation.

Mallik comes with over two decades of hands-on experience in designing and executing people strategy and processes in sales, service, manufacturing, IT, ITES, automobile and consumer electronics industries, across geographies. Prior to joining EAPL, he was with INTEX Technologies, where he played a pivotal role in organisation building and scripted a meteoric growth story.

Besides INTEX, he has been associated with Microsoft’s KPO arm, Greenfield Online and Hero Group. An accomplished leader with a track record of working with high-growth companies, he brings a great mix of leadership, inspiration and experience in the design and execution of HR business plans. He has a passion for motivating people towards achieving organisational goals, and thus building an organisation of excellence.

Shekhar Singal, MD, EAPL says, “Mallik’s diverse background and extensive experience will support the dynamics of our business. He will contribute significantly to sustain our growth momentum in the international market.”

Talking about his new role at EAPL, Mallik says, “EAPL is poised for a great leap forward in the power back-up arena; and it would be an enriching experience for me to be a part their new growth journey.”

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