Vipul Organics to hire 100 employees to support growth
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Vipul Organics to hire 100 employees to support growth

These 100 employees will be hired across positions and verticals.

  • By ICN Bureau | June 30, 2023

Vipul Organics Limited has announced its plans to hire around 100 employees across verticals within the next 12-18 months. This is in line with the capex and growth that the company envisages in the next 3-5 years' time.

Today, Vipul Organics workforce comprises of 350 people spread across its head office in Mumbai, its R&D centre in Mumbai and its three facilities in Tarapur, Ambernath and Palghar. Once the hiring is complete, it will mark a significant 25% + rise in workforce numbers.

These 100 employees will be hired across positions and verticals. A number of senior positions will be hired in the first instance and they will then build their own teams. Currently, Vipul Organics is looking at hiring a seasoned Chief Operating Officer, who will look after the operations across all manufacturing facilities as well as be responsible for setting up newer facilities. In addition, Supply Chain Head, Business Head - Marketing, Plant Head, etc. are other senior positions to be hired at the earliest. A slew of incentives, besides competitive salary and growth opportunities, will be on offer, including ESOPs for relevant profiles.

"At Vipul Organics, we have already committed substantial capex. As we grow and open newer verticals and geographies, we require more talent to reach our set goals. The macro-economic situation globally is also expected to improve and we want to be uniquely poised to benefit from that. This will be only possible through our investment in our workforce. Our people have been our biggest asset and we pride on being an inclusive, equal opportunity workplace where we focus on people growing with us", says Vipul P. Shah, Chairman and Managing Director, Vipul Organics Limited.

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