Gurugram (Haryana) [India], January 31 (ANI/BusinessWire India): Guardian India Operations Private Limited, a subsidiary of The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America (Guardian Life), one of the largest mutual life insurers and a leading provider of employee benefits in the US, has been Certified as a 'Great Place to Work' (from December 2022 to December 2023) by the Great Place to Work Institute, India. This recognition symbolizes building a High-Trust, High-Performance Culture that offers a workplace where employees trust the organization they work for, take pride in what they do, and relish the camaraderie.
Great Place to Work is the global authority on workplace culture. Since 1992, they have surveyed more than 100 million employees worldwide and used those deep insights to define what makes a great workplace: trust. Their employee survey platform empowers leaders with the feedback, real-time reporting, and insights they need to make strategic people decisions. The Institute serves businesses, non-profits and government agencies in more than 60 countries and has conducted pioneering research on the characteristics of great workplaces for over three decades.
Dean Del Vecchio, Chief Information and Operations Officer, stated "Our Purpose is to inspire well-being for our colleagues, consumers, and communities we work in. This recognition signifies our commitment to create rich and meaningful experiences for our colleagues and foster a diverse & inclusive workplace for all."
"Our colleagues in India feel valued, trusted, and empowered, enabling them to bring their authentic selves to work daily. The great place to work certification is a testimony to our long-standing culture that is built on pillars of learning, innovation, well-being, and inclusion," said Ajay Jain, Head of Enterprise Operations & Service, and India.
"Guardian is committed to nurturing a best-in-class workplace that enables colleagues to build meaningful careers and offer opportunities that attract talented professionals from diverse backgrounds who share our innovative spirit and aspiration to grow," continued Jain.
Guardian India Operations Private Limited is a subsidiary of The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America (Guardian) and provides IT and ITES services, consulting and business solutions to Guardian and its affiliates. In India, we are located in Chennai and Gurugram.
Guardian makes a difference in the lives of people when they need us most. With more than 160 years of stability and fiscal integrity, we are a trusted partner to 29 million consumers, helping them prepare and plan for a bright future and recover and thrive in times of unexpected loss. At Guardian, we believe in inspiring well-being and driving value beyond dividends. We invest in our colleagues and are building a progressive and inclusive culture. And we uplift communities through thoughtful social and environmental programs. Guardian is a Fortune 250 mutual company based in NYC and a leading provider of life, disability, dental, and other benefits. Our 7,700 colleagues and 2,500 financial representatives serve with care and expertise, and our commitments rest on a strong financial foundation, which at year-end 2021 included USD 10.7 billion in capital and USD 1.9 billion in operating income.
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Great Place to Work Institute is a global management research and consulting firm dedicated towards enabling organizations achieve business objectives by building better workplaces. It is the global authority on High-Trust, High-Performance Culture for the workplace. Through proprietary assessment tools, advisory services, and certification programs, the institute recognizes the Best Workplaces across the globe. Great Place to Work Institute works with over 10,000 organizations globally every year to help them assess, change, learn and share.
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