Pratishtha Saini

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Pratishtha Saini is a Human Resource Professional with specialization in Training and Development. Currently she leads HR functions and best practices at Burgeon Law.

She is strategic performance focused executive with high integrity, with more than a decade of industry experience, progressively increasing responsibilities and “hands-on” exposure to entire gamut of Human resources function across levels with focus on Learning and Development and HR consulting handling various HR functions of the Employee life cycle including Talent Acquisition, Talent Development, Employee Engagement etc.

Effective cross-cultural communicator with an ability to listen and interpret candidate, employee and client needs, create successful outcomes in complex situations.

She is a post-grad, M.B.A with Human Resources as her specialization and an engineering graduate – B.E (Bachelor of Engineering) in Computer Science.

A firm believer of continuous learning and passionate on building human capability and coaching, she is also pursuing a Diploma certification in Training and Development from the Indian Society of Training and Development (ISTD). Her prior work exp. is in industries like Legal and Engineering services. 

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