Tag: Anurag Srivastava

ABSL Summit — June 12-13 | Event

This year’s ABSL Summit, with its theme The New Next, marks the event’s 10th anniversary. It promises to be a unique opportunity to discuss the future of the business services sector, define the biggest challenges for the next 10 years in global economics, and debate the political outlook with top business leaders, politicians, and economists.


June 12-13, 2019


Warsaw, Poland

Everest Group attendees

Julian Herbert, Vice President, Everest Group

Anurag Srivastava, Vice President, Everest Group

Learn more about the event

ABSL Poland HR Club — June 18 | Event

Research VP Anurag Srivastava will lead a session titled “Skills of the future: implications on talent acquisition” at the June 14 HR Club meeting in Poland hosted by ABSL (Association of Business Service Leaders).

Other experts in the industry will join Anurag at the ABSL event to discuss new development and trends, as well as their biggest concerns and how they are addressing them.


June 18, 2018


Colgate-Palmolive Services (Poland)
Sp. z o. o. ul. Taśmowa 7, 02-677 Warszawa


Anurag Srivastava, Research VP, Everest Group

Upskilling and Reskilling in Shared Services Centres — December 11 | Event

Vice President of Research Anurag Srivastava will be a key speaker at a Poland-based event on December 11: Skills for the Future – Upskilling and Reskilling in Shared Services Centres.

At this event, Anurag will discuss the challenges and opportunities facing shared services centres (SSCs) in Poland in terms of human capital development. The discussions will be based on findings from a recent survey carried out by Everest Group in SSCs across Poland, India and the Philippines.

December 11, 2017

British Embassy, Warsaw

Anurag Srivastava, Research Vice President, Everest Group

Attendance to this event is by invitation only

What You Need to Know about the Changing US Workforce | In the News

Employers are also developing their own internal bootcamps as well as apprenticeship programs, Anurag Srivastava, vice president with management consultancy Everest Group, notes. The industry is trying to apply lessons it has learned from high turn-over rates among the hot talent it has cultivated thus far, and so it is beginning to invest more in retention. Read more at CIO Dive.

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