In the 2019/2020 Academic Year, the former King’s College London Business Club (KCLBC) embarked upon an ambitious rebranding initiative under the guidance of our President (Paul Benter). The transformation of our brand identity is showcased here, with the former and...
Head of Human Resources
My name is Natasha Retnasingam and I am a third year student at King’s College London studying French and Management BA (Hons). My extensive experience in Human Resources has led me to have a profound interest in the field.
I am currently the Head of Human Resources at Pallihill Group and at King’s Business Club. In both my roles, I lead the entire recruitment process and am responsible in optimising team productivity as well as responding to all HR related inquiries.
Further to this, during my 6-week Human Resources Internship at The Varkey Foundation, a private family philanthropic foundation with global education interests, I worked on compiling work certificates (employment termination certificates), and salary certificates for all staff whose contracts had terminated at Gems World Academy Switzerland. Additionally, I dealt with all day-to-day staff inquiries and organised induction programmes for new staff joining the Foundation to ensure their induction was smooth and comfortable. This array of work has allowed me to gain a true understanding of Human Resources and the skills and work involved, as well as how to manage tasks and provide regular support for all staff.
I enjoy challenging myself academically and exploring all aspects of business management in order to gain a greater insight into the business world. I am very much a people’s person and love hearing about different experiences and journeys, making Human Resources the perfect career for me. I have confidence that my extensive experience in Human Resources and ability to build relationships will allow me to be extremely successful in the future.
Through many years, King’s Business Club (KBC) has maintained its reputation as the premier student business and finance society both at King’s College London and throughout the United Kingdom. KBC has helped students from various backgrounds and faculties to come...