A survey was carried out by Great Place to Work Institute in which SAP was ranked first in ‘India’s Best Companies To Work For – 2018’. The survey also reveals that SAP LABS India has been also recognized in the list of Best Workplaces in the category of Culture of Innovation.
Speaking on the survey, CEO of Great Place to Work Institute, Prasenjit Bhattacharya said, “SAP encourages free expression, collaboration, individuality, and diversity. Its core strength as an employer vests in the Culture of Innovation of the Company. SAP has developed an environment which motivates its employees to do their best and energizes an individual to influence the deliveries with utmost sincerity, and this award is a testament to it.”
SAP Labs India is SAP’s second largest R&D center globally. SAP has presence in 17 countries and 20 SAP Labs. SAP Labs has various people-focused initiatives like – ‘Back-to-Work; Autism at Work; Entrepreneurship Sabbatical, Care for Life Fund, SAP Startup Studio among several others.
Dilipkumar Khandelwal, President – SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud, SAP SE & Managing Director, SAP Labs India said, “Innovation is the soul of the organization and we place significant importance to build and sustain a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship. Innovation drives pride and helps us to move our customers into the future. Our endeavor is to create a workplace where each individual believes that they are stakeholders in the success of the organization and are empowered to take decisions that eventually leads to better innovations for our customers.”
Shraddhanjali Rao, Head of Human Resources – SAP, India said, “At SAP, we create a workplace our employees feel inspired & challenged to bring their best, be authentic and feel a part of bigger family that cares. Our emphasis is to understand their needs and provide platforms for innovation fostering creativity & collaboration. We have hyper personalized our programs, initiatives and benefits for the five generations of employees who work at SAP.”
Source: Business World