- Ranks 12th Best Employer in Asia
- Ranks 2nd Best Employer in India
- Recognized for Leadership Development Initiatives and Commitment to Associate Delight
Satyam is recognized as the 12th Best Employer across Asia and 2nd Best Employer in India - by Hewitt Associates, a Global Human Resources services company.
The Best Employers in India 2007 were declared at an Award Event in India on April 13, 2007 and the results for the Best Employers in Asia2007 study were declared at an awards ceremony held in Shanghai on April 19, 2007.
The study examined people management practices in Asia’s leading organizations, explored approaches adopted to achieve competitive advantage through people, and identified what distinguishes them as outstanding places to work.
Smita Anand, Head of Hewitt India, commented, "the Best Employers differentiate themselves by making their employees a part of their growth story. They provide unrivalled opportunities for growth and development irrespective of an employees' background, differentiating only on the basis of performance. As a result, they see stronger business results and stand out as a place where people want to work."
Satyam’s top ranking is a true reflection of its avowed commitment to Leadership Development & Associate Delight within the organization.
Emphasizing Satyam’s focus on creating true entrepreneurs and developing Leadership across, Hari T, Global Head of Human Resources, added: “Through our internally researched Full Life Cycle Leadership program, Satyam intends to be an organization, where leaders are empowered, and can act with speed and agility - fast enough to meet the demands of the constantly evolving market.”
About the Study:
Hewitt undertakes similar research in numerous countries around the world, including Australia and New Zealand, Canada, Europe and Latin America.
The 2007 Asia study covered key markets of China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea and Singapore, making it appealing for both local and regional organizations.
India had more than 230 organizations participating in the study whereas Asia had a participation for over 750 organizations with opinions collected from more than 160,000 employees.
Hewitt considers this as their most geographically broad and diverse study to date.