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Practus Recognized as a “Great Place to Work” Among Mid-Sized Workplaces in India

In its first year, Practus was placed at the 51st position in India’s Best Mid-Sized Companies in India that were certified as a “Great Place to Work”. Practus received this recognition for creating a work culture of high trust and high performance.

Calling this a positive development, Deepak Narayanan, Founder and CEO of Practus, said, “Practus has been at the forefront of disrupting the consulting space over the past few years. Delivering tangible ROI/impact to our clients is what sets us apart from any other service provider. Our relentless focus on solving our clients’ business problems while using technology as a catalyst to improve profitability, reduce working capital and improve business valuations has been a game changer. We would like to believe that our people practices have always been strong, which also reflects our strong culture and values. Each member of the Practus team is an ambassador and reflects the ethics and value systems of Practus.” Aditi Nair, Chief People Officer, Practus, comments: ”Recognition of a ‘Great Place to Work’ validates our people-oriented culture. . It bears witness to and further reinforces our desire to be an ‘Employer of Choice’. We are committed to creating a high-performance and trusted work ecosystem. The certification reinforces our belief in building a team rooted in the values ​​and culture of Practus.” S Venkat, Founder, Practus, succinctly summed up the achievement, ”We are constantly challenging the status quo in the space of advice by delivering a measurable return on investment and impact to our clients. This award is a testament to the hard work and constant innovation of our teams who personify a “can-do” culture, a sharp customer focus, putting the organization above themselves and proactively weaving technology into customer solutions. Every year, more than 10,000 organizations in more than 60 countries partner with the Great Place to Work® Institute to assess, benchmark, and design actionable strategies to strengthen their workplace culture. All self-appointed organizations go through 2 assessment lenses, one is an employee experience survey, called Trust Index© and the other is an assessment of people’s practices in the organization, called Culture Audit©. The 2 evaluations have a weighting of 75% and 25% respectively.

The positive responses from the Practus teams led the jury to certify it ‘Great Place to Work, 2022’. This year, ET partnered with the institute for the survey and released the survey results nationwide.

About Practus Over the past decade, Practus has successfully helped companies solve business problems in finance, supply chain, operations, manufacturing, sales and marketing to significantly improve their revenues, cash flow, profits and efficiency. Practus works with organizations ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies in various industries. Practus serves international clients from its offices in India, New York and Dubai. Practus’ unique differentiator is the commitment to delivering tangible return on investment to its customers and has achieved nearly $200 million in savings in the last 10 years alone.

About Great Place to Work® Great Place to Work® is the global authority on workplace culture. Since 1992, he has surveyed more than 100 million employees around the world and used the deep insights gained to define what makes a great workplace. Great Place to Work® helps organizations quantify their culture and drive better business results by creating a trusted work ecosystem for all employees. They use their unmatched benchmark data to recognize entities as Great Place to Work-Certified™ companies. Additionally, they identify “Best Workplaces” in the United States and more than 60 countries. They also compile an annual list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For® and the Best in the World, which is published annually in Fortune magazine. The Great Place to Work® Institute is driven by the mission to build a better world by helping organizations become great places to work.

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