Pune: Tata AutoComp Systems Limited, a leading auto-component conglomerate, has been awarded the “Aon Best Employer 2016” award at the “Aon Hewitt Best Employers’ 2016” awards ceremony held on March 30, 2016.
Mr Ajay Tandon, MD & CEO Tata AutoComp Systems Limited said: “At Tata AutoComp, we have been investing in building a performance driven culture driven by our Vision and Mission, ensuring our leaders demonstrate our Values and are accessible, empowering our employees through learning and development opportunities, encouraging them with rewards and recognition, simplifying our work processes, and actively engaging them through empowerment & communication. This award is a culmination of the hard work and commitment of our people. I humbly accept this award on behalf of the employees of Tata AutoComp. I thank each of our employees and their families for their contribution.”
Speaking on the occasion, Mr Tarandeep Singh, Partner, Talent & Performance Consulting, Aon Hewitt (India) said: “We congratulate Tata AutoComp on being adjudged an Aon Best Employer. Tata AutoComp sets itself apart with its unrelenting focus on driving business-linked Employee Engagement strategy. In a traditional industry, the focus, rigour of initiatives, ownership by the key stakeholders and outcomes; clearly distinguishes the organization and makes it a winning workplace.”
About the Aon Best Employers Study
The Aon Best Employers program is a global study and was first conducted in 2001. In Asia, it is run in 12 markets: China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Australia and New Zealand. Participation in the program helps define what makes a winning workplace.
The Aon Best Employers India 2016 Study, in partnership with BW Businessworld and Bloomberg TV India, covered 113 companies across 12 industries, cumulatively employing approximately 950,000 employees.
A rigorous analysis is run to measure the alignment between “Intent-Design-Experience”, assessed through CEO survey and interview, People practices survey and Employee opinion survey for all participating organizations. A shortlisted set is taken through an intense on-site audit to validate the details provided. Client names are masked during this process, and revealed to the jury only post final selection. An external panel of unbiased jury comprising corporate and academic community evaluated the participants and arrived at the final list of India’s 25 Best Employers of 2016.
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