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Nikhil Mathur

Nikhil Mathur

GM HR - Head Training & OD
Dalmia Bros Pvt. Ltd.

31 October 2020, 12:30 PM

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HR Action for MSME post Covid 19 / Emergency

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Nikhil Mathur, a Human Resource and Knowledge & Advancement Professional with over two decades of experience in IT, ITES, Telecom, Service, and Hospitality Sector. Nikhil is dealing with Human Resources, Talent Management, Talent Development, Productivity Enhancement, Skill Augmentation, Transformation Services, and Mindfulness and Self Awareness Training He is associated with Dalmia Group as Head Learning & Development and Organization Development. He in his previous assignments has been handling HR & Training for Organizations like Alcatel Lucent, Genpact, Convergys, IHG, ECOS, and Oberoi Hotels. Nikhil would love to read & listen to Instrumental Music, during his relaxed time. Would like to connect with likeminded professionals and ensure high energy level by meditation and mental strength. He is active members and associated with ISTD, AHRD, SHRM, and NHRD.

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