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The winning factors

As per the Great Place to Work® (GPTW) Institute Certificate citation, Mahindra Auto and Farm Equipment Sectors is one of India’s ‘Best Companies to Work For’ because ‘it inspires trust among the employees, instils pride in them, creates an environment that promotes camaraderie and fairness, and delivers a great workplace experience for all its employees’.

Commenting on this phenomenal achievement, Rajesh Jejurikar – Executive Director, Auto and Farm Sectors, M&M Ltd., said: “It’s an honour for us at Mahindra AFS to be ranked second amongst India’s Best Companies to Work For - 2021. Being recognised consistently for more than a decade is a monumental achievement, and this would not have been possible without our 20,000 associates who give it their best every day. It is also a testament to our ‘People First’ philosophy that makes us a high-performance organisation driven by our Rise purpose. Thank you, GPTW, for guiding us in this journey of people excellence.”

The global authority on workplaces

In 2021, 850 organisations across several industries, representing 24 lakh employee voices across India, were evaluated by the Great Place to Work® Institute. The Institute’s methodology is considered the ‘Gold Standard’ for defining great workplaces across business, academia, and government organisations. The list recognises workplaces with high performance and high culture, people and management policies and practices, based on employee experiences survey results. Click here to watch the entire award ceremony. Great Place to Work® is the global authority on building, sustaining and recognising High-Trust, High-Performance CultureTM at workplaces. It has conducted pioneering research on the characteristics of great workplaces for over 30 years.

Happy employees make a happy workplace

Rakesh Jha, Manager-PTD PM

“It’s sheer coincidence that Mahindra AFS has been participating in GPTW for the past ten years, and I have completed ten years in M&M on October 20. I joined as a GET in 2010 from campus after completing my BE. When I was offered the GET-MBA policy to complete a two year full-time MBA on sabbatical, it was truly a RISE moment for me, and in my MBA campus, people revered the fact that such a policy exists in an Indian company.”

Sanjeev Kumar, Dy. Manager - Service, MTBD

“The various HR policies and the team’s constant interaction have always kept the goals and core values clear. Our medical, ethical, moral and social values have always been respected and specifically taken care of here. This place is no less than my family.”

Archana Dundigalla, GET - Embedded Software, Mahindra Electric

“M&M is a great place to work in because it gives us the power to imagine better and make it happen by being true to ourselves. Sometimes we may choose our path out of fear. But with guidance and support, we are inspired towards the right direction. We don't need any magic to change the world; we just need a chance.”

Abhishek Kumar, Manager - Simultaneous Engineering (CME) MRV, Shadow Board Winner at M101 Conclave

“Mahindra has given us various platforms to ‘Rise’, such as ELP (Emerging Leadership Program), which has provided me not only with advanced and agile management skills but also the skill through which we can enable our society to Rise. Shadow Board gave me a platform to create a new idea/Business/Ecosystem and work under the guidance of top management. Our project was shortlisted to be showcased to none other than Anand Mahindra, and it was a dream come true for all of us.”

T M Augustine, Senior Engineer - Transmission AMT MRV

“Life in MRV helps you shift gears in your career and sets it up on a turbocharged sprint towards an electrifying future.”

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