Forbes Marshall Ranked 5th Among the Top 25 “Best Workplaces in India” 2012
Forbes Marshall (Business Wire India)
Pune, Maharashtra, India
Forbes Marshall has been ranked number 5 among the top 25 “Best Workplaces” in India for the year 2012, based on a survey conducted by the Great Place to Work Institute® in association with Economic Times. This is the fourth time that the company has made it to this list since it started participating in this survey in 2006. Over 500 of India's leading organizations participated in the survey, and to be #5 is a great achievement.
We are also the highest ranking true manufacturing organization (# 1 - 4 are Google India, Intel India, NTPC and Make My Trip) in the survey and are the only company from Pune to feature in the top 25 rankings. This is a noteworthy achievement for us, an engineering company, in a competition dominated by the IT and ITES sector organizations.
This year, Forbes Marshall has been rated very high on several pillars like credibility, respect, fairness, pride and camaraderie. Employees or members of Forbes Marshall perceive the management as trustworthy, accessible and giving clear direction. The organization respects members and is caring towards them. Practices at the workplaces are fair, equitable and impartial. Members feel a sense of pride in their work, team and company. There is a great sense of camaraderie at the workplace- people care about each other and provide support; they feel that it is a fun place to work and above all there is a feeling of “family” and that they can rely on each other for support.
The Great Places to Work Institute® is a pioneer in studying and recognizing great places to work across the globe. The study is in its ninth year, is conducted annually across more than 45 countries and is one of the oldest, most comprehensive and respected workplace study in the world.
The Great Place to Work Study® is based on rigorous employee survey and culture audits and follows a unique employee centric methodology. Two thirds weightage is given to employee feedback and the balance one third to the information submitted by the Company against a structured questionnaire provided by the Institute.
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Bobby Kuriakose - GM (HR), fourth from right with part of the HR team at Forbes Marshall