Happiest Minds is among India’s 25 best workplaces in IT & IT-BPM sector

Happiest Minds Technologies ranks among top 25 of India’s best workplaces in IT & IT-BPM (Business Process Management) industry for 2019 in a study conducted by the Great Place to Work Institute. The ranking is based on a structured assessment of about 200 organizations in the sector on their workplace and people practices.

Happiest Minds, founded by Ashok Soota ( ex Mindtree, ex Wipro) in 2011, calls itself “The Mindful IT Company” and has a core focus on “Being Mindful and Doing Mindful”. At Happiest Minds, mindfulness training is mandated for all and a little over 2500 Happiest Minds have undergone mindfulness training and two in three reported improved productivity and enhanced well-being.

Happiest People Framework is built on the 7Cs of Culture, Credibility, Collaboration, Contribution, Communication, Community and Choice. Credit: Happiest Minds

The company has outlined the following as one of its vision:

Vision 1 – “Be the happiness evangelists for each other, our customers and society”

This is probably a great thought towards enabling and inculcating a positive organization culture.

On being identified as one of the best workplace in IT & IT BPM sector – Joseph Anantharaju (President & CEO – Product Engineering Services and Executive Board Member at Happiest Minds) said, “We are excited to be among the top 25 of India’s best workplaces in IT & IT-BPM Industry and this is a testament of our culture of enabling happiness and mindfulness at the workplace.”

Sachin Khurana (Chief People Officer at Happiest Minds Technologies) said, “We have a robust Wellness Program, HappiZest, that constitutes the 7Ws of a person’s wellness – Physical, Spiritual, Intellectual, Professional, Social, Emotional, and Environmental. We are happy that our efforts in the areas of diversity and wellness have brought us multiple industry recognitions.”

Earlier, Happiest Minds has been ranked 4th among IT Services companies and 42nd across all industries in India’s Best Companies To Work For 2019 study by The Economic Times and Great Place to Work® Institute.

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