New Delhi: Gus Global Services India (GGSI) has been ranked among India’s top 50 certified as a Great Place to Work (GPTW), in India for the second time in a row, despite the global pandemic challenge, on Friday.
This award has been conferred by Great Place to Work Institute, an international body which provides ‘Gold Standard’ certification to organizational globally, based on their employee engagement, high-trust, performance culture by using GPTW’s expert knowledge of the best workplaces, globally. This is a whopping jump for GGSI from being ranked 49th last year to securing 11TH ranking in year 2021.
The certification for Gus Global Services India (GGSI) has been awarded in the ‘Great mid-size workplaces to work for in India’ and the ranks The GPTW Institute rates organizations on Great Place to Work Trust index score which impacts productivity, innovation, costs and other business results.
“The secret formula to our success within and outside, is that we believe –in joining hearts and minds– to craft something outstanding that will not only fuel business strategies and goals, but also personal growth.”
Gus Global Services India (GGSI) the India arm of Global University Systems (GUS)—, an international network of higher-education institutions. GUS’ global network spans Pearl Academy and University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES) in India and reputed universities in over 40 overseas locations with 75,000 students in its ambit.
The organization undertook a series of initiatives for employee well-being, career enhancement, upskilling and virtual meetups for a more robust, engaging and inspiring workplace during lockdown and work-from-home engagements.
Every year, Great Place to Work Institute collaborates with more than 10,000 organizations across 60 countries for assessment that are characterized by great leadership and consistent employee experience. The assessment involves a stringent culture audit and an anonymous employee survey based on proprietary ‘Trust Index’ model developed by the Great Place to Work Institute.