Schneider Electric India wins the prestigious Zinnov NextGen Employee Experience Award

Schneider Electric, the global leader of digital transformation of energy management and automation today announced that it had been conferred Zinnov’s NextGen Employee Experience Award. The award focuses exclusively on R&D and Digital Global In-house Centres (GIC) and aims to recognise organisations that have successfully enabled access to platforms and practices that provide seamless and engaging experience for employees, thereby boosting productivity and morale. The award was received by Schneider Electric India’s VP, R&D Premraj Krishnakutty and Binu Philip, Director, Human Resources, Schneider Electric-India at an award ceremony held in Bangalore recently. Some of the areas covered by Next Gen Employee Experience Award include Talent Marketing, Talent Acquisition, Talent Development, Talent Engagement and Talent Reintegration.

Schneider Electric went through a rigorous process of selection including data validation and jury rounds before the final results were announced.  The award is an acknowledgement of the work being done in enriching the employee experience at Schneider Electric India. Schneider Electric’s Total Employee Experience (TEE) is a key programme which the organisation works with in India R&D. TEE is a collaborative approach which enables the company to develop talent and empower employees to manage their careers and execute the organisation’s strategy.

TEE includes several components like a collaborative endeavour between HR (as strategic business partners), managers (as primary enablers / developers of talent) and employees (as actors in their own careers/ development). There is a strong focus on building careers and developing talent. The organisation takes risks on people and it encourages people also to bet on themselves.
TEE seeks to bring about an alignment between individual employees who are keen to capitalise on their passion and the organisation that seeks to execute on its business strategy. It is characterised by a culture of openness, transparency and empowerment.

Reacting to the award, Rachna Mukherjee, Chief Human Resource Officer, Schneider Electric India said, “We are delighted to receive this award, we could not have done this without the passionate HR team and our employees. We are constantly focussed on finding solutions to develop the capabilities and boost the morale of our employees to ensure the overall development of the individual and organisation.”

Business | News published on 28/06/2018 by Moulin

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