Article: INDUSTRY AWARDS: Telecom companies

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INDUSTRY AWARDS: Telecom companies

#1. Qualcomm India Pvt. Ltd. In business since 1985 with the employee base of 1000+, Qualcomm India is much admired for its open door policy, view of work-life balance and a holistic development of its employees. Its Employee Sounding Board program is designed to involve a sample group spanning various functions and teams to give feedback on the company policies over a six-month period. While exiting, this group nominates members from their peers for the next year’s feedback process. Similarly, the Leadership Skills Recognition Award has nominations made by employees of individuals with exceptional leadership qualities. By involving employees in strategic decision making, the company ensures an equitable ownership of managing its business.
 

Bharti Airtel has a strong leadership which believes in motivating its employees by empowering them with responsibilities and challenges

 

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#1. Qualcomm India Pvt. Ltd.

In business since 1985 with the employee base of 1000+, Qualcomm India is much admired for its open door policy, view of work-life balance and a holistic development of its employees. Its Employee Sounding Board program is designed to involve a sample group spanning various functions and teams to give feedback on the company policies over a six-month period. While exiting, this group nominates members from their peers for the next year’s feedback process. Similarly, the Leadership Skills Recognition Award has nominations made by employees of individuals with exceptional leadership qualities. By involving employees in strategic decision making, the company ensures an equitable ownership of managing its business.

#2. Bharti Airtel Ltd.

India’s largest telecom service provider, Bharti Airtel has a strong leadership which believes in motivating its employees by empowering them with responsibilities and challenges. Driven by a strong recruitment program backed by technology and innovative programs such as ‘Young Leadership Program’, the company has been successful in getting the right talent on board. Also, its in-house programs focus on identifying and nurturing prospective leaders through BLeAP – a 15-month orientation to reach a business leader’s role. Practices such as listening to young employees for suggestions through reverse mentoring, developing avenues for easy access to the management, providing various work models to help maintain work-life balance make Airtel a great workplace.

#3. Tata Teleservices Ltd.

Part of the Tata Group, TTSL has earned itself an enviable image through its pioneering efforts. The company stands for enthusiasm and affordability, purity and innovation, professionalism and trust through its colours of orange, white and blue respectively. It ensures a focused mentoring of its new hires by senior managers, and gives them avenues of communication through instruments such as Darpan, E-Pulse and Listen to Internal Customer, etc. Besides, in its support to the Tata Group on the Second Career Internship Program for women, it has kept itself open to candidates working on its projects. Employee feedback highlights the company’s openness to listening, caring and developing its workforce regularly.
 

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