NTPC, India’s largest power generating company, has been ranked 25th in India’s Great Place to Work for 2018. NTPC is the only PSU among top 25 and has made a quantum leap from 38th position last year.
NTPC has also been recognized as the Laureates for consistently getting featured in the list for 10 years in a row. NTPC has appeared in this coveted list for successfully building and sustaining high trust-high performance culture with only 5 companies given this recognition.
The award was received by Shri Rajesh Kumar, RED, West-I, NTPC in an glittering award ceremony held on June 28th in Mumbai. This achievement showcases NTPC’s commitment to enhance professional growth of its employees by setting new standards in the company’s work culture. The annual Best Workplaces List of the Great Place to Work institute is considered the gold standard certification for defining, assessing and recognizing great workplaces based on their people management practices.
This achievement cements NTPC’s commitment towards curating and nurturing the culture for building and sustaining its philosophy of high-trust and high-performance. Learning and development has been the major plank to bring the transformation with experiential learning, custom-made management development programs.
As an organization, NTPC has always been at the forefront in making efforts towards employee-friendly HR policies and high engagement initiatives to enhance productivity and cultivate a harmonious and progressive work environment. NTPC has always nurtured and helped talented individuals with knowledge, skillsets, and competencies and aligned its human resource function with the fast-changing business environment.
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