NOVAC recognized as one of India’s Top 25 Best Workplaces in IT & IT-BPM, 2021..

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365telugu.com online news,Chennai,19th November 2021: Excelling in people practices at the workplace, NOVAC technology solutions have yet again been recognized among India’s Best Workplaces in IT & IT-BPM 2021 by the Great Place to Work (GPTW) Institute. Winning the recognition for the 7th time consecutively, the recognition continues to showcase the commitment of the organization in building a culture that puts employees at the core of the business. NOVAC Technology Solutions has been a leader in Digital Transformation and Cloud Solutions since its inception.

Commenting on the occasion, Mr C.Mahesh, Director, NOVAC Technology Solutions said, “We are extremely thankful to the Great Place to Work institute and honoured to have been proffered with such esteemed recognition. We firmly believe that any high-performance work culture can be instilled only if the employees are content. With mentoring sessions and well-being programs, our holistic work approaches have truly paid off, and we assure to keep developing our practices and policies that will benefit our employees in the future as well.”

NOVAC received the Great Place to Work Certification for the first time in 2015. In 2021, NOVAC continued to adopt a holistic approach and focused on all key areas that led their employees to work autonomously towards cultural transformation in the workplace. Built on determination, tenacity, and an unyielding entrepreneurial spirit, the company further aims to consistently work towards presenting employees with the perfect work-life balance with a myriad of initiatives thus augmenting inclusive work culture.

For almost three decades, Great Place to Work has evaluated employee experience and people strategies across enterprises as a global expert on workplace culture. Every year, the Great Place to Work Institute works with over 10,000 employers from over 60 countries to review, benchmark, and develop activities to enhance their workplace culture. This year, 263 organizations in the IT & IT-BPM sector undertook the assessment.