CNH Industrial India named Great Place to Work® for the fourth consecutive year
CNH Industrial India has been certified as a Great Place to Work® for 2022 – 2023. This marks the fourth time the Company has been recognized.
The Great Place to Work Institute’s survey is the world’s largest and most respected study of workplace excellence and people management practice. It relies upon employee feedback to assess their experience within an organization. This certification validates CNH Industrial India’s efforts to create a cohesive, safe, employee-friendly, and respectful working environment. The results of the survey show that employees feel a strong sense of belonging and take pride in working for CNH Industrial. Over the years, CNH Industrial India has taken many steps to improve employee engagement and their experience.
Sanjay Tripathi, India HR Head, CNH Industrial said, “Receiving the Great Place to Work certification for four years in a row is a remarkable achievement for us at CNH Industrial India. We thank our employees for their significant participation in the survey and for sharing their feedback, which was very important for this ranking. It is an acknowledgment of their passion and commitment and proof of our collective efforts in making our company better for our employees. We look forward to continuing this journey by building processes, policies, and programs that are beneficial for everyone.”
Headquartered in Gurgaon, CNH Industrial India counts over 2,500 employees in the country. These employees are based across three manufacturing sites, producing agricultural equipment in Greater Noida and Pune and construction equipment in Pithampur; three R&D centers, 12 training centers, two depots, a global technology center; and CNH Industrial Capital, the financial services arm of the business which provides equipment financing solutions for its Case IH, New Holland Agriculture, CASE Construction Equipment and New Holland Construction brand product portfolio. In addition, the Company oversees operations across commercial activities in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka.