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OSSCube in Top 5 Best Companies to Work for in India in IT-BPM - 2015

 Noida, Uttar Pradesh, OSSCube, a global IT solutions provider, named as “Top 5 Best Companies to Work for in India - 2015” in its category by Great Place to Work® Institute (GPTW) in association with NASSCOM. OSSCube got this recognition in the Indian IT-BPM sector for its distinctive workplace people practices. This year 100s of organizations in India participated in the “Best IT and IT-BPM” study, conducted by NASSCOM and the Great Place To Work® Institute. After qualifying for the recognition process, OSSCube was chosen for its outstanding human management practices, values, workplace culture, and team member engagement initiatives. On receiving the recognition, Sachin Khurana, AVP-HCM, OSSCube said, “We are delighted to be recognized by a prestigious organization like NASSCOM for our efforts toward creating a healthy and inviting workplace. Our people are our greatest asset and to ensure their happiness we have instituted flexible and innovative practices to promote transparency and communication.” Being an open source software company, OSSCube fosters a culture of collaboration, and co-creation at its workplace. Here are the various innovative practices that has made its workplace environment more engaging: From Resource to Capital & From Close to Open! In aligning with open source ideology, OSSCube’s Human Capital policies integrate transparency, freedom, innovation and collaboration to excel deeper relations, trust and value amongst its team members. There is a complete transition in the approach on how the company treats its members, from considering “Human as a Resource” to “Human as a Capital”. The company promotes ‘freedom to act’ culture where its team members take up the ownership of driving different initiatives such as Learning and Training, Celebration, CSR, Sports, Healthcare and Wellness. And, it’s team members not the company who lead and manage these various councils. 


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