Mumbai: SILA, a leading Real Estate Platform, has appointed Sakshi Shahapure as its new Group Head – Human Resources at the company to further its commitment towards growing its employee strength and enhancing employee development and well-being.
Over the last decade, SILA has efficiently scaled its operations, managing over 150 mn sqft of assets with a dedicated workforce of over 20,000+ employees across India. SILA provides a comprehensive range of services, including Facility Management, Project Management/Advisory, and General Contracting, to diverse clients, including large corporations, Real Estate funds, Landowners, and Developers. SILA is forecasted to add over 10,000 employees this year.
Sakshi Shahapure, Group Head of Human Resources SILA, said on her appointment, “I am excited to join SILA, a company known for its dedication to employee development and well-being. SILA has aggressive growth plans for which growing the employee base and working closely to create the entrepreneurial culture set forth by brother-duo Sahil and Rushabh is something I am looking forward to creating with the team and contributing to the growth and success of the organization.”
Prior to joining SILA, Sakshi led the Human Resource Business Partner team at Reliance Jio Mart Digital. Through this role, she was instrumental in building up a significant portion of the business and ancillary teams. With close to two decades of work experience, Sakshi has worked with retail, e-commerce and real estate companies and played a vital role in building up and enhancing employee strengths at the organisations.
SILA, founded by Sahil Vora, is a leading Real Estate Platform that has efficiently scaled its operations over the last decade. The company manages over 150 million sqft. Of assets and provides a wide range of services, including Facility Management, Real Estate Advisory, and Contracting Solutions, serving diverse clients across India. SILA is actively involved in Real Estate development with a focus on the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), aligning with NBFCs/Funds to provide solutions for stressed situations within their portfolios. Norwest Venture Partners and Samara Capital Group have invested in SILA’s Services and Development businesses.