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GHCL bags top honour for third year in a row

Jul 09, 2019
GHCL bags top honour for third year in a row

GHCL Limited has been certified as one of the best workplaces by the Great Place to Work Institute and has been ranked among the top 100 workplaces in India for the third consecutive year. GHCL Limited, ranked 82nd is a well-diversified group with ascertained footprints in chemicals, textiles and consumer products segments.

This recognition highlights GHCL’s phenomenal success in driving an environment of trust, respect, fair compensation, camaraderie, training, and diversity. Over the years, GHCL has strengthened its position as an organisation that encourages its employees to focus on their priorities without interruption fostering a culture of strategic and innovative thinking. This culture has helped GHCL attract and retain talent.
 
Commenting on the recognition, RS Jalan Managing Director, GHCL, said, “In order to make an organization great, it is important that people bring their best to work which happens when we care enough and give them a conducive atmosphere to be creative and express themselves. I am proud of team GHCL for achieving this certification for the third year in a row. Kudos and keep it up. But I must say, that the competition is getting tougher and we need to brace ourselves to perform better the next time.”
 
Aniruddha Singh, CHRO, GHCL Limited said “With its employee friendly policies, open, transparent and approachable leadership, a conducive atmosphere for learning and growth and stakeholder-centric approach of doing business, GHCL is indeed a one of the best places to work for. Being recognised three years in a row, it bears a clear testimony to this fact”.
 
The Great Place to Work institute, in its study laid emphasis on the voice of the employees. The list of the best workplaces has been arrived at by assigning two-third weightage to the anonymous survey conducted amongst the employees and the remaining one-third weightage to the strength of people practices implemented across the organisation, measured through responses to a structured questionnaire submitted by the organisation.