Pammy Jain – Women of Worth
Pammy Jain is a valuable asset to India HR Industry because she has excelled in creating partnerships and determining the niches in the community that needed to be filled .A gold medalist from Narsee Monji Mumbai, An 6th Doctorate from India in HR to pursue from world renowned Stanford University In 2005, she established a cost cutting techniques to HR industry which helps subsidize the organization. She had shown new direction to the HR world with all her capabilities and abilities. She is a winner of 3 times National HR award along with many other awards. She is acclaimed as the “Best Youngest Writer from Stanford University “
She is now one of India’s most successful HR, innovators and business leaders. As such, she’s a highly respected role model and, through her motivational talks and mentoring programs, an inspiration to thousands of people around the world, particularly women. She had helped several organizations to reinvent HR. We describe her as Women with Brilliant ideas, hard work and perseverance. A Dynamic Women with sharp Mind is also a role model to many youngsters living here in NY. Her articles and Guest visits to several universities speaks about her brilliance which is highly recognized in HR women society
As in every endeavor she tackles, Pammy empowers by example. She herself is “A Reason to Believe” anything is possible and one of her greatest talents is instilling this belief in others.
Providing opportunities for employees’ success and watching them seize the moment and excel beyond their expectations has been a source of great personal fulfillment. As a woman business owner, significant satisfaction has come from the respect and recognition achieved within a very short span of time
. That’s why Pammy Jain is a 2008 Woman of Worth. New York HR times Salutes her and is proud to be associated with her