JW Marriott Kolkata gets Jaiveer Singh Rathore as director, HR

Rathore is well-known for his enthusiastic and adaptable approach towards HR


JW Marriott Kolkata has appointed Jaiveer Singh Rathore as the director of human resources. Rathore brings over 16 years of experience in corporate HR with expertise in developing, recommending and executing human resource strategies. 

Prior to joining Marriott, Rathore has worked across diverse industries such as Vodafone, Randstad (Mafoi), Louvre Hotel, Peerless Hotels and Accor Hotels. His last stint was with Accor Group, with which he was associated for more than 9 years. He held various positions with Accor, including positions in ibis Jaipur, Novotel Kolkata, Novotel Guwahati, Ibis Delhi Aerocity and most recently, Fairmont Jaipur. He has also been the corporate general manager for human resources for multiple Peerless group of hotels in his most recent role.

Rathore is a seasoned professional in HR, holding complete accountability for areas such as leadership development, goal setting, manpower, and staffing. In his new role, Rathore will be responsible for driving strategic HR initiatives and improving employee engagement in alignment with the hotel’s organisational objectives.

During his career, Rathore has been involved in the successful pre-opening of three hotels. He was recognised as a top HR talent at Accor and achieved operational and business goals with expertise in multiple sub-domains, earning himself several other awards. Additionally, he played a crucial role in developing several HR professionals who are now in leadership positions at various brands.

Rathore is well-known for his enthusiastic and adaptable approach towards HR. He holds a bachelor’s degree in  commerce and dual master’s degrees in commerce (business administration and management) and economic and financial management from Rajasthan University, Jaipur, as well as a post-graduate degree in labour law.


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