UTI World­wide In­dia ranks in Top 50 Great Places to Work

UTI World­wide Inc. has been re­cently recog­nised as a 2014 Top 50 Best Com­pa­nies to Work For by the Great Place to Work In­sti­tute. UTI In­dia ranked #44.

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With this award, UTi In­dia has been recog­nised ‘For in­spir­ing trust among your peo­ple, for in­still­ing pride in them, for creat­ing an en­vi­ron­ment within the work­place that pro­motes ca­ma­raderie and for many other rea­sons that make your or­ga­ni­za­tion one of In­dia’s best com­pa­nies to work for."

“We are ex­tremely honoured to re­ceive this award. I am elated that we made it to the Top 50 Best Com­pa­nies to Work For in In­dia in 2014, es­pe­cially when 600 plus other com­pa­nies from cross sec­tion of in­dus­tries par­tic­i­pated in this study,” said Sameer Kha­tri, Re­gional Vice Pres­i­dent, In­dian Sub­con­ti­nent and Manag­ing Direc­tor, In­dia.

A few of the other com­pa­nies in the Top 50 were Google, SAP, Cisco, Vo­da­phone, Mar­riott Ho­tels and Hy­att Ho­tels.

"Our em­ploy­ees are one of our most im­por­tant as­sets and the fact that they ac­knowl­edged the pos­i­tive work en­vi­ron­ment in our In­dian or­ga­ni­za­tion is a re­mark­able achieve­ment for our man­age­ment team in In­dia," said Ditlev Blicher, UTi Pres­i­dent, Asia-Pa­cific re­gion.

UTi In­dia has over 1,150 em­ploy­ees in more than 25 lo­ca­tions.

“It is def­i­nitely an over­whelm­ing feel­ing to be in Top 50 Best Com­pa­nies to Work For 2014. The last two years have seen UTi In­dia un­dergo a ma­jor trans­for­ma­tion when it comes to Peo­ple Prac­tices. This ac­co­lade is a good tes­ti­mony of the fact that all our ef­forts have gone in the right di­rec­tion,” said Ro­hit Has­teer – Direc­tor, Peo­ple Man­age­ment & Hu­man Re­sources - In­dian Sub Con­ti­nent.

Ro­hit Has­teer Direc­tor, Peo­ple Man­age­ment & Hu­man Re­sources - In­dian Sub Con­ti­nent

Sameer Kha­tri Re­gional Vice Pres­i­dent, In­dian Sub­con­ti­nent and Manag­ing Direc­tor, In­dia

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