“At Aon, we believe companies succeed when the communities they serve and the people they employ thrive. Our purpose is to make better decisions to protect and enrich the lives of people around the world. Our people are at the heart of this goal,” said Gaurav Rathee, Aon’s head of human resources in India.
Rathee continued: Driven by collaboration and innovation, Aon's employees and leaders are united in the spirit of creating a culture of opportunity for colleagues and customers.
“Our inclusive people management strategy ensures our colleagues are more relevant, connected and valued, enabling them to achieve their full potential. Being named Top Employer 2024 in India is a testament to our efforts to create a work environment where every colleague feels safe and comfortable, being their true self, feeling a sense of belonging, empowered to achieve their full potential, and is valued for his work and brings unique perspectives and talents,” he explained.
The Top Employers Institute program certifies organizations based on their participation in the Top Employers Institute HR Best Practices survey and the resulting results. The survey covers six HR areas with 19 topics including people strategy, work environment, talent acquisition, learning, diversity, equity and inclusion, well-being and more. This program has certified and recognized more than 2,300 of the best companies in 121 countries/regions across five continents this year.
“Extraordinary times bring out the best in people and organizations. This is what we saw in our Top Employers Certification Program this year: exceptional performance from certified Top Employers of 2024. These companies consistently demonstrate that they care about the development and well-being of their employees. In this way, they enrich the world of work together. “We are proud to announce and celebrate this year’s group of employee-focused employers,” added David Plink, CEO of the Top Employers Institute.
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