Sandeep Marwaha brings with him an experience of over 20 years including more than 6 years in the telecom sector
Sistema Shyam TeleServices (SSTL) that nationally operates its telecom services under the MTS brand with over 12 million wireless customers has announced the appointment of Sandeep Marwaha as the chief operating officer for Maharashtra circle.
Reporting to Cheenu Seshadri, chief operating officer, South & West Regions-MTS India, Sandeep will be responsible for further stimulating the business growth for the company in the circle.
Sandeep Marwaha brings with him an experience of over 20 years including more than 6 years in the telecom sector. During his last assignment at Vodafone Essar Ltd, as the Vice President for Punjab and Himachal Pradesh circle, he managed the entire sales and marketing operations in the circle.
Sandeep Marwaha is an engineering graduate from Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh and is an MBA from Faculty of Management Studies, New Delhi.
Natalie Dempster will report directly to Aram Shishmanian, CEO of the World Gold Council
The World Gold Council, the market development organisation for the gold industry, announced that Natalie Dempster will lead its government affairs activities with immediate effect. The government affairs team works with policymakers and influencers globally, equipping them with tools and research to make an informed decision about the role of gold. She will report directly to Aram Shishmanian, CEO of the World Gold Council, and will be based in London.
Natalie joined the World Gold Council in 2006, where she is currently responsible for government affairs research as well as playing a key role in the active dialogue with central bankers, multilateral agencies and government regulators.
Prior to joining, she was an economist at The Royal Bank of Scotland and JP Morgan Chase. Natalie holds a BSc in Economics from Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London and an MBA from City University Business School (CASS), London.
The workers resorted to a strike when five of them were suspended for "allegedly assaulting a supervisor" yesterday. The five suspended workers had been issued a show-cause notice by the management
New Delhi: Just over a month after they called off a 13-day-long stir that resulted in a loss of about Rs630 crore, workers at Maruti Suzuki India's Manesar plant went on strike again this afternoon, reports PTI.
The workers resorted to a strike when five of them were suspended for "allegedly assaulting a supervisor" yesterday.
When contacted, a company spokesperson said: "One of the supervisors was assaulted by workers yesterday and when disciplinary action was being taken by way of suspension today, they have struck works at the plant. The number of workers on strike is much less this time."
It is understood that the five suspended workers had been issued a show-cause notice by the management.
The workers, however, insisted it is not a full-scale strike.
"We observed a one-hour tools down strike protesting against forcible eviction of four colleagues by police," a worker at the plant said.
Out of them, three are office bearers of the Maruti Suzuki Employees Union (MSEU), including general secretary Shiv Kumar, he added.
A production loss of about 50 units was suffered on account of the one-hour tools down strike, a worker said.
Earlier, on 4th June, workers at the plant had gone on a 13-day-long strike demanding the recognition of a new union, the Maruti Suzuki Employees Union (MSEU).