Rishi Raj Gupta resigns as HR Head of Meta

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Rishi Raj Gupta resigns as HR Head of Meta
Rishi Raj Gupta resigns as HR Head of Meta

Rishi has made the decision to leave as HR director for India/APAC at Meta to pursue a new phase of his career. Over the last seven years, Rishi has been an integral member of the India leadership team and has played a pivotal role in shaping the organization’s growth and development across the region.

The head of Meta India’s Asia-Pacific human resources (HR), Rishi Raj Gupta, has resigned to pursue other professional possibilities.

Gupta was a vital member of the Indian leadership group when he joined Meta in 2017. WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook are owned by the US company Meta.

“Rishi has made the decision to leave as HR director for India/APAC at Meta to pursue a new phase of his career. Over the last seven years, Rishi has been an integral member of the India leadership team and has played a pivotal role in shaping the organization’s growth and development across the region,” a Meta spokesperson has been quoted by Business Standard as saying.

According to the spokesman, Gupta made major contributions during his time there, especially in fostering senior leadership and talent across Meta’s many apps and functions and assisting India’s business.

“During his tenure, Rishi made significant contributions as the HR leader in supporting India’s business by building the senior leadership and talent pool across Meta’s family of apps and functions to effectively serve all our stakeholders. We are grateful for his service and wish him the very best for the future,” said the Meta spokesperson.

Although the precise number of Meta employees in India is yet unknown, 500–600 is how many are estimated by media sources.

As part of his job, Gupta also developed and oversaw a number of Meta functions in the Asia-Pacific area.

Gupta was a senior human resources manager at the pharmaceutical company Cipla before joining Meta.

With his departure, a major chapter in Meta India’s HR leadership comes to an end.

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