The Aon Best Employers India 2016 study, in partnership with BW Business World and Bloomberg TV India, covered companies across 12 industries, cumulatively employing approximately 950,000 employees.
After various rounds of rigorous evaluation, YASH has been listed in the 25 Best Employers to work for in India 2016, equally highlighted among the other companies selected. The announcement was made in the Aon Learning Conference & Award Ceremony, held on 30th March in Gurgaon, India.
“Employees are the most important assets in the IT Services Industry and this recognition from Aon Hewitt is something we cherish,” said Manoj Baheti, Founder & CEO, YASH Technologies. “Ensuring employee happiness as we foster growth has been the cornerstone of our organizational ethos. I’m happy to see that our efforts are being appreciated,” he added.
Aon Best Employer India program chose organizations that have created a great work environment.
These exceptional organizations stand above the rest because they are able to harness results through consistent employee engagement, a compelling employer brand, effective leadership, and a high performance culture.
Commenting on the recognition, Bala Navuluri, COO, YASH Technologies said “We believe in empowering our teams and allowing them the operating latitude to challenge themselves and foster a culture of innovation and collaborative teamwork”. He added “We feel honored to accept this recognition and view it as an endorsement of the bond that each of our associates has with the organization”.
“Our unique employee engagement practices have helped us in creating a strong feeling of community inside the organization. Our actions are skewed towards providing a purpose to every associate to come to the office daily. We’ve been consistent in nurturing a performance oriented culture within the organization through strong people practices” said Dharmendra Jain, CFO and Head HR. “The Best Employers award is a recognition of our efforts in creating an environment geared to inspiring creativity and allowing each associate to actualize herself/himself,“ he added.