SAP SE announced that SAP Labs India is numer 1 in the list of India’s Best Companies to Work for 2019. The survey, conducted by the Great Place to Work Institute, marks the second consecutive year that SAP Labs India has nabbed the top spot by standing out for its inclusive culture that empowers continuous learning. The Great Place to Work Institute’s annual list is one of the largest and most esteemed study of workplace excellence and people management practices globally. This year’s survey had 900 participating companies across 20 different industries.
Dilipkumar Khandelwal, managing director, SAP Labs India said: “We are thrilled to be ranked number 1 by Great Place to Work for two years in a row. At SAP, we have made considerable investments to create a culture in which innovation, learning and entrepreneurship is encouraged and rewarded.”
Employees of SAP Labs India work in an environment which is non-hierarchical, fluid and flexible. The company has several best-in-class employee initiatives. These include peer-to-peer learning platforms, supporting women in different phases of their career and encouraging employees to consider entrepreneurship. SAP Labs India has also won several awards for its best-in-class diversity programs such as Autism at Work.
Shraddhanjali Rao, head of human resources – SAP, India said: “At SAP we believe that our strength lies in differences, not in similarities. We have created a diverse and inclusive culture which in turn fuels our innovation, creates a greater customer experience helping us drive success for our business and enabling us to succeed in a rapidly changing world.”
SAP Labs India is a strong proponent of Sustainability and Social Responsibility. The key pillars of its corporate social responsibility include ensuring Education and Digital literacy to women and youth from the underprivileged sections of the society, Entrepreneurship development – focusing on creating social enterprises and helping engineering students embrace entrepreneurship, Technology donation for NGO’s, Disaster relief support for devastations caused by natural calamities and Swachh Bharat (CleanIndia) campaign.