Bangalore — SAP Labs India has been recognized as Rank #10 in the 10 Best Multinational Workplaces in Asia 2016 list announced by Great Place to Work. More than 900 companies participated in the study across nine Asian countries where Great Place to Work is represented.
The Best Workplaces in Asia list recognizes organizations in the Asia region that are dedicated to sustaining high-trust cultures for their employees. The Asia region includes Australia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, and the United Arab Emirates.
Dilipkumar Khandelwal, MD, SAP Labs India said, “This recognition is a great testimony to our best in class employee policies, practices and also our culture of trust. Being recognized as a top ten best place to work across the APJ region by GPTW is an incredible honor and proves that SAP’s culture fosters an environment where employees are motivated, valued, and committed to driving great results for our customers.”
“SAP Labs is not just creating a great workplace culture for its employees but is emerging as a role model for several organizations in the industry. The sustained commitment of SAP Labs India’s leadership team towards creating a great workplace culture reinforces the fact that, increasingly, leaders are acknowledging the relationship between workplace culture and business performance”, said Prasenjit Bhattacharya, CEO, Great Place to Work Institute
SAP Labs India’s people-centric initiatives are aimed at building talent from within the organization, fostering innovation, and inspiring leadership at all levels. Last year SAP Labs India was ranked #5 in the Great Place To Work Institute’s India’s Best Companies to Work for Study. In the special categories the company was ranked #1 in Best Companies in Supporting Women to remain at Work in India; #3 in Information Technology Industry in India; #4 in Best Companies in Employee Participation and Involvement in India.
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