Ferns N Petals Named Gautam Saraf as CHRO

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Gautam Saraf has been named the new Chief Human Resources Officer at Ferns N Petals, the world’s largest gifting company . He will be directly responsible for managing the company’s Human Resources operations.

Saraf adds a better understanding of the management of large-scale business transitions, developing talent frameworks, culture, and learning from his 20+ years in the HR & Training field.

Gautam will be responsible for accelerating the company’s growth in his new role at Ferns N Petals.

His main skill is in developing high-performing teams by providing insights and a deeper grasp of a variety of difficulties. His strong grasp of business and finance, as well as the interaction with HR, has gained him significant respect from all stakeholders at all levels. He has previously worked for organisations such as McDonald’s, Yum India, VFS Global, 24Seven Retail, and Colorbar Cosmetics.

He has acquired due respect in the organisations where he has worked due to his strong and credible relationship building in the business. Many awards and special recognitions have come his way as a result of his professional, multi-tasking, and concentrated approach. Adding to the accolades garnered by all of the organisations, including Shashi Tharoor’s Specially-Abled & Diversity Award and the Global CPO Award for the second year in a row. In his last assignment both his workplaces i.e. Colorbar Cosmetics and 24Seven Retail got 7th and 14th ranked by Great Place to Work.

Vikaas Gutgutia, MD & Founder at Ferns N Petals, said, “Ferns N Petals family welcomes Gautam Saraf as Chief Human Resource Officer, for Ferns N Petals. Sarafbrings along a great in-depth understanding of the HR & Training industry. His rich experience and focused approach will be a great asset to the FNP group and will help in scaling up business growth and change the lookout bringing immense talent across levels.”