Leena Nair, the primary feminine and youngest-ever Chief Human Resources Officer of Anglo-Dutch FMCG main Unilever has stepped down to affix French luxurious group Chanel as its Global Chief Executive Officer.
She was a member of the Unilever Leadership Executive (ULE), which is answerable for delivering Unilever’s enterprise and monetary efficiency.
“Leena Nair, CHRO, has decided to leave the company in January 2022 to pursue a new career opportunity as Global Chief Executive Officer, Chanel Ltd,” Unilever stated in an announcement whereas asserting Change to its Leadership Executive.
According to the stories, Ms Nair, in her new place with the French luxurious group Chanel, will probably be based mostly in London.
“I would like to thank Leena for her outstanding contribution over the last three decades. Leena has been a pioneer throughout her career at Unilever, but no more so than in her role as CHRO, where she has been a driving force on our equity, diversity and inclusion agenda, on the transformation of our leadership development, and on our preparedness for the future of work,” Unilever CEO Alan Jope stated.
She has performed a important position in constructing our purpose-led, future-fit organisation, which is now the employer of alternative in over 50 international locations globally, he added.
Ms Nair, an alumnus of XLRI Jamshedpur, had joined HUL, Unilever’s Indian subsidiary in 1992 and labored for 30 years.
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