Barco India has received a high score on the trust index which reflects the company’s focus on people as a core area of strength. The certification follows an independent analysis conducted by the institute, a global authority on building, sustaining and recognizing high-trust, high-performance culture at workplaces.
The evaluation is based on the audit of a company’s Human Resources practices and policies as well as anonymous feedback from employees on the organization culture. After an assessment, companies that nurture an attractive, trustworthy and rewarding culture are qualified, added the release.
Speaking about the need to maintain a positive environment in times of crisis, Rajiv Bhalla, managing director, Barco India said, “I feel delighted as Barco India gets certified as a Great Place to Work for the second year in a row. Trust, pride, camaraderie and resilience are pillars that truly define the Barco India Team. And as we work through the current turbulent times, we believe it’s more important than ever before for us to create a working environment in which people feel safe and cared for. Our team continues to live by our cultural building blocks.”
Thrilled to be recognized and certified for the second time in a row, Jayati Roy, HR Director, Barco India, said, “It is, indeed, a great honor to have been recognized once again. This is thanks to the team and also to the fact that Barco is truly a global company, where our culture blocks guide us to “team up to win globally” as we “look for the better way” and “own our results”, all this is done while we “think with the customers” and also ensure that “we care and grow” at each step.”
The Great Place to Work Institute is privy to applications from over 10,000 organizations across 60 countries every year and the participating organizations are assessed through two lenses – the Trust Index and the Culture Audit. On meeting the qualifying criteria on each of these indices, organizations are certified as a Great Place to Work for a period of one year.