CSS Corp has announced the appointment of Anish Philip as Chief People Officer. As per the new role, Anish will lead multifaceted HR departments across geographies as well as the company’s senior management talent initiatives to provide strategic leadership to the company’s ‘people’ agenda.
According to the company’s release, he will also serve as an integral part of ’s executive leadership team, influencing the organisation’s path to sustainable growth and expansion, and strong employee focus.
Sunil Mittal, CEO at CSS Corp, said,“In the last few years, we have been known for innovation and disruption in the CX and IT services landscape as we have been delivering breakthrough value propositions to customers. Our people are central to our success and growth.”
He also added that the company couldn’t be happier to have Anish, who has a proven track record in building world-class people-management programs, nurturing talent, and creating enthusiastic workforces for global organisations. With Anish onboard, CSS corps looks forward to strengthening their unique culture and organisational values underlying diversity, equity and inclusion, and promoting a positive workplace environment.
Philip is a veteran leader with over two decades of HR experience at top technology, IT, and consulting organisations. Prior to this job, he was the Chief Human Resources Officer at Marlabs. Previously, he spent almost twenty years at Mindtree where he played various leadership roles and was part of the senior management team. Additionally, he has also served in the Executive Council of the Bangalore Chapter of the National Human Resource Network (NHRD).
On his appointment, Anish Philip, Chief People Officer, said, “I am excited to be part of an organisation that is high on values and ethics. CSS Corp is disrupting the market with new-age technologies and unique business models, leading to remarkable growth despite market uncertainties. I am passionate about people and the role they play in growing successful businesses. I look forward to strengthening the people function at CSS Corp and set up the organisation for greater success ahead.”