Freelancer Teja Durga
BASIC

Team Lead Teja Durga, Business, Accounting, Human Resources & Legal

Teja Durga
Joined Sep 13, 2020

About Teja

• Recruiting and adding members to the Team. • Head to the Team of 6 Members including the Business Relations Executive. • On-boarding and off-boarding. • Training and Developing the whole team. • Assigning work to the marketing team and Monitoring Performance. • Grievance Redressal. • Employee Engagement. • Responsible for the Corporate tie-ups. • Organizing the Events and the Office meetings and MOM’s.Expand

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Teja
BASIC
Teja Durga
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Joined Sep 2020
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