Mumbai, 8 October 2020.
Bharti Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Bharti Enterprises, is certified among ‘India’s Best (Top 10) NGOs to work ‘ by ‘Great place to Work 2020’ for the third time. Bharti Foundation was also the only NGO to be recognized among India’s top 100 companies to work for by Great Place to Work Institute India in June 2020.
37 NGO’s had send their entries this year. As part of the assessment, all organizations were evaluated on the quality of employee experience through a global validated survey instrument and a proprietary tool of the Institute that evaluates the quality of people practices in an organisation, covering the entire employee lifecycle.
Selected amongst the top 10 NGOs in the country for the third time, highlights Bharti Foundation’s ideology of creating a safe and satisfying workplace for its employees, while driving a positive transformation for the empowerment of their internal stakeholders.
Mamta Saikia, CEO, Bharti Foundationexpressed her delight on being a part of “Top 10 NGOs to work for” and said, “It gives me pride that we have a team of over 1657 extremely motivated professionals and this certification is a testimony of our culture that we have inculcated over the years. Our culture of collaboration and innovation has given each one of us a sense of challenge, ownership and purpose. This extends to providing a safe and happy environment to the underprivileged children in our education programs.”
The Foundation’s primary focus has been centred on the education of children across rural India while nurturing a culture of positivity, collaboration, innovation and process orientation within the organization. A bouquet of programs to enhance the skillset of the employees is organized throughout the year, in an environment of promoting holistic growth and innovation. Bharti Foundation believes in creating new opportunities and experiences for all its employees and thrives to achieve the same.
As a part of the robust selection process, Institute undertook a robust validation process on the data gathered through the assessment process. The cumulative score of two types of assessments formed the basis of an organisation making it to the list of ‘India’s 10 Best NGO’s to Work For’. No individual or jury were involved in the process – only employee feedback and quality of people practice determines if an organization is a great workplace.