Tuesday, October 4, 2016
GPTW Ranks EMC Among Top 5 Large Size IT Organizations in India
The most recent Great Place to Work (GPTW) survey ranked EMC (now part of Dell EMC) among the top five large size IT organizations to work for in India. GPTW also identified EMC as one of the 50 Best IT & ITeS companies to work for in India.
In 2016 India ranking, GPTW surveyed 145 companies and identified companies with more than 5000 employees as a large size organization. EMC was ranked amongst the top five in this category. Earlier this year, EMC had been at #4 in GPTW’s list of Great Places to Work for in APJ. The organization’s strong focus on people development and entrepreneurial approach to processes and functions have contributed to its consistent high ranking in the GPTW surveys.
Speaking on the occasion, Sarv Saravanan, Senior Vice President, Dell EMC India Center of Excellence said, “We have a keen focus on team member development and team member centric policies in Dell EMC, because we believe that great talent is the key ingredient for industry leading innovation. These recent accolades are a reiteration of our commitment towards driving value for the company and ultimately for our customers. We are confident that our superlative work will continue to win industry recognition in the years to come.”
“It is a great honor to be recognized as one of the best IT and ITeS companies to work for in India. Our team members are our biggest asset, investing and prioritizing in them has a direct impact on customer and partner satisfaction. Our ability to attract, engage and retain talent is a key to customer and partner satisfaction, which in turn has a positive impact on business growth and relative market share. Dell EMC India is proud to have a culture that is based on an inclusion and diversity. Great Places to Work is a journey and it is our constant endeavor to excel at providing the best environment, culture and the work place to our employees. Being recognized for our initiatives is a testament to our excellence in itself and a motivation for us to accelerate our journey in our next phase of Dell EMC”, said Rajesh Janey, President Enterprise Business, Dell EMC.
Dell EMC offers an array of programs to guide team members on their journey at Dell EMC and beyond. Through a number of innovative people centric initiatives, the organization aims to empower employees to develop their careers, and task managers with helping people to hone skills and seek learning and development opportunities. Dell EMC aims at creating and nurturing a diverse and inclusive workforce where each team member’s contribution is respected and valued.
“In these times of disruption, talent is the key differentiating factor for any enterprise. We understand this and focus on nurturing a diverse, inclusive and creative workforce and providing them with opportunities for innovation, growth and development. Our unique LnD programs, co innovation platforms, D&I approach and open door work culture make us an exciting place to work. We are honoured to be featured in the GPTW list yet again; it is a reaffirmation of our commitment to building an industry leading talent pool”, said Debashis Patnaik, Senior Director – Human Resources, Dell EMC India Center of Excellence.
Pallavi Kapoor, Head HR, Dell EMC said “This recognition as one of the best IT and ITeS companies to work with has captured the attention and energy that we at Dell EMC devote to employee development. This recognition is a direct appreciation of the effort that goes in an organization as large as ours, a diverse ecosystem as India and the complexities that arise. Despite our scale we have managed and thrived to instill a culture of collaboration and trust where each employee feels entitled to career advancement. A diverse country like India provides unique challenges, and an opportunity to refine our practices, which we have delivered on and been recognized for. Such recognition enables us to continue our pursuit in attracting, retaining and continuing the advancement of the careers of a very talented pool of employees.”