Article: #29 Rashtriya Ispat Nigam: Nurturing Employee Potential

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#29 Rashtriya Ispat Nigam: Nurturing Employee Potential

Ranked #29 in the Great Place to Work® Institute’s Study and #5 in the Industry Category of the Manufacturing and Production sector, Visakhapatnam Steel Plant, Rashtriya Ispat Nigam has also been recognized as the fifth best organization in the Special Category of Best Company in Large Organizations (with more than 10,000 employees). The company offers its employees a healthy and a happy work environment. Visakhapatnam Steel Plant believes in providing a balance of work-life to its employees and provides plenty of opportunities to them to enable them to grow, train and learn thereby achieving total commitment from employees towards the growth of their organization.
 

The company also provides inputs to the employees for developing their attitude towards work and for matching their competencies with the organizational requirements

 

Ranked #29 in the Great Place to Work® Institute’s Study and #5 in the Industry Category of the Manufacturing and Production sector, Visakhapatnam Steel Plant, Rashtriya Ispat Nigam has also been recognized as the fifth best organization in the Special Category of Best Company in Large Organizations (with more than 10,000 employees). The company offers its employees a healthy and a happy work environment. Visakhapatnam Steel Plant believes in providing a balance of work-life to its employees and provides plenty of opportunities to them to enable them to grow, train and learn thereby achieving total commitment from employees towards the growth of their organization.
Visakhapatnam Steel Plant is committed to creating an organizational culture which nurtures employees’ potential for the prosperity of the organization. To accomplish this, the company has adopted various practices such as identify the development needs of the employees on a regular basis, provide the necessary training, and continually evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of the training so the quality of the training also gets upgraded. The company also provides inputs to the employees for developing their attitude towards work and for matching their competencies with the organizational requirements. Visakhapatnam Steel Plant creates an environment of learning and knowledge sharing by providing the means and facilities to its employees and also access to the relevant information and literature. It facilitates the employees for continuous development of their knowledge base, skills, efficiency, innovativeness, self-expression and behavior so that they contribute positively with commitment for the growth and prosperity of the organization while maintaining a high level of motivation and satisfaction. The company prepares employees through appropriate development programs for taking up higher responsibilities in the organization. Notably, it also fulfills its social obligations by providing training to the students of educational institutions and to the trainees of other organizations.
Visakhapatnam Steel Plant believes that its employees are the company’s most important and valuable resources. And to realize their full potential of employees, the company is committed to provide a work environment that enhances employees’ commitment and motivates them to maximize productivity. It establishes systems for maintaining transparency, fairness and equality in dealing with the employees. The company empowers its employees for enhancing commitment, responsibility and accountability, and encourages teamwork, creativity, innovativeness and high achievement orientation. It also provides growth opportunities for developing skill and knowledge and ensures smooth functioning of effective communication channels with employees.
 

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Topics: Employee Engagement, Culture, #BestPractices

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