HR Talent Ladder – DKSH & Lazada Group

Here are some of this week's latest promotions and job moves within the Asia-Pacific HR scene.

Arindam Mukherjee

Vice President, Head People & Organization Asia Pacific Region and Group Head of Compensation & Benefits at DKSH

Arindam Mukherjee has been promoted to Vice President, Head People & Organization Asia Pacific Region and Group Head of Compensation & Benefits at DKSH.

He has relocated to Bangkok, Thailand, having previously been based in Singapore.

Arindam was previously Vice President, Head HR, Asia Pacific Region and Group Head of Compensation and Benefits.

He has been with DKSH for more than five years.

Laura Crossley

Group Head, Talent Acquisition, Southeast Asia, Lazada Group

Laura Crossley has assumed the post of Group Head, Talent Acquisition, Southeast Asia at ecommerce firm Lazada Group.

She was previously Head of Talent Acquisition- Asia, Middle East and Africa (AMA), for Levi Strauss & Co.

Crossley was responsible for driving talent acquisition in AMA and reported to the Global Head of Talent Acquisition and Talent Management in San Francisco.

She has more than 12 years’ experience and specialises in strategic resourcing and talent management.

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