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Forbes Marshall, a multi-divisional global company, is perhaps the only organization to have extensive expertise in both steam and control instrumentation. The dual expertise in steam and control instrumentation has allowed Forbes Marshall to engineer industry specific systems that focus on energy efficiency and utilities management for sectors as diverse as textiles, food processing, paper, power and chemicals. The company is committed to create a progressive work culture that uniquely puts people first. In fact, the company is of the opinion that its philosophy of putting people first is what has helped it become the preferred choice of industry partners. A comfortable and engaging work environment, open communication, management training programs, freedom to work, family and friendly work culture and the absence of hierarchy, are some of the key aspects of Forbes Marshall that make it one of the Top 25 places to work for. The work culture at Forbes Marshall is exceptionally conducive to professional development. There is ample space for employee growth and opportunity for all employees to voice their opinion.
One of the most important exercises post the completion of the annual appraisal is the vision and value (V&V) analysis. In this exercise, the alignment of each employee to the values is calculated and then alignment of each department to the values of the company is calculated. Post the analysis, a detailed plan of action is chalked out. ‘Value Workshops’ are conducted for the departments that have scored the least, sensitive cases are further escalated to the ‘Value Digression Committee’, results are shared with the managers for their self reflection and the winners are awarded the Value Champion awards.
For the female employees, they have a special initiative called ‘Meljol.’ As an organization, Forbes Marshall is very supportive of their employees (be it financially or emotionally). For instance, if there is an untoward happening in the family of an employee; the company makes arrangements to provide the spouses with work and in case where children are left with no parents, the company takes upon itself the responsibility of their education and accommodation. Therefore ‘care for employees’ include both professional and personal well-being.