From The Economic Times
NEW DELHI: FMCG firm Kimberly-Clark Lever has appointed Calvin Lyngdoh as director, HR for its Indian operations, the company said in a statement.
Lyngdoh joins Kimberly-Clark Lever from Nokia where he was head of development, leadership and talent acquisition, responsible for streamlining and expanding the sales and marketing team.
In his new role, Lyngdoh will oversee Kimberly-Clark Lever's signature human resource programmes and initiatives in India and will report to managing director Prakash Iyer. Kimberly-Clark has a 50:50 joint venture with Hindustan UnileverBSE 0.01 % in India.
""Calvin's experience in attracting, developing, rewarding and retaining top talent is vital to Kimberly-Clark Lever and the people who make our brands among India's most trusted," Prakash Iyer, MD, Kimberly-Clark Lever said in a statement.
Speaking on his new role, Lyngdoh said: "Kimberly-Clark Lever is a leading player in the FMCG sector and is already engaged in rich and diverse employee engagement programmes. I look forward to bringing my experience in driving leadership development programmes, succession planning and talent acquisition to the human resources team here."