Article: #25 Corbus India: Leading by Example

Employee Engagement

#25 Corbus India: Leading by Example

Corbus, a global leader in IT and procurement outsourcing, with presence in North America, Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific markets believes that being a great workplace is a continuous process. It is of the opinion that subtle things make a lot of difference to employees, and hence it has gone a step ahead to focus on the softer aspects and addresses the personal needs of the employee. Strong quality leadership and value based culture are the hallmarks of all the activities at Corbus. The management at Corbus believes that a ‘great workplace’ is where the employees really feel that they are a part of the system and know that they are making a difference. Mridul Shekhar, Head-HR, Corbus, says, “The most important ingredient that makes us a great workplace, is that we consider people as our assets and our HR practices are our biggest strengths.”
 

It is innovation and continuous improvement that has helped Corbus to stay ahead of the market and meet customer commitments.

 

Corbus, a global leader in IT and procurement outsourcing, with presence in North America, Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific markets believes that being a great workplace is a continuous process. It is of the opinion that subtle things make a lot of difference to employees, and hence it has gone a step ahead to focus on the softer aspects and addresses the personal needs of the employee. Strong quality leadership and value based culture are the hallmarks of all the activities at Corbus. The management at Corbus believes that a ‘great workplace’ is where the employees really feel that they are a part of the system and know that they are making a difference. Mridul Shekhar, Head-HR, Corbus, says, “The most important ingredient that makes us a great workplace, is that we consider people as our assets and our HR practices are our biggest strengths.”

It understands the importance of attracting right talent which in turn will give it a competitive edge and hence has introduced the concept of ‘The Interview Panel Group’ (IPG). This ensures hiring the right talent who fit into the organization in accordance with the prevalent culture. The main objective of IPG is to identify and develop employees with the best technical know-how.

It is innovation and continuous improvement that has helped Corbus to stay ahead of the market and meet customer commitments. As an organization, Corbus believes that it is the implementation of the policies and practices that count and hence as a practice, the CEO himself ensures that whenever there is a nomination for ‘employee of the year’, due importance is awarded to employees at all levels. Due credit is given to employees for their contribution in the growth of the organization. Their emphasis on celebrating all events with a feeling of camaraderie-community with employees make Corbus a fun place to work.
 

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Topics: Employee Engagement, Culture, #BestPractices

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