Surprise! This PSU Declared As Best Place To Work By Forbes Among Govt Run Companies

NTPC is listed on top of the list of Indian PSUs under 'World's Best Employer 2020' published by Forbes.
NTPC is listed on top of the list of Indian PSUs under ‘World’s Best Employer 2020’ published by Forbes.

The State run power becomes the government body to find itself featured on the top, in the list of Indian PSUs under ‘World’s Best Employer 2020’, which has been published by Forbes on Thursday.

Let”s learn in detail about what the government power body has to say about its feat.

NTPC’S Diligent Strategy Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic

NTPC has stated such an achievement is nothing but a testimony to the company’s commitment towards inculcating best in class practices that are thoughtfully designed and robustly executed, as reported by ET.

The power company has claimed to have adapted new learning and development strategies as the lockdown period started, thus evolving as per the requirements of the current scenarios.

They claim to have initiated detailed training modules through intensive digitisation and online training to Inculcate new technologies in their employees.

“The modules have helped thousands of workforce from NTPC to grow and think beyond the professional sphere”, adds thE comPany.

NTPC has inculcated these modern practices in the spheres of hiring; engagement, diversity and inclusion, rewards and recognition; and performance management.

“NTPC Series’ SuCcess Stories

The power company had reLeaSED an ‘NTPC Series’, which consisted of success stories outside of official boundaries, called ‘Ambition, Growth, Success Beyond Work’.

This is a series on the achievements of employees beyond their official assignments.

Forbes judged the selected employers on the list, based upon their employee response, and these companies’ COVID-19 responses, image, economic footprint, talent development, gender equality and social responsibility.

The final list selected by Forbes comprised 750 multinational and large corporations headquartered in 45 countries.

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