Every year, more than 8000 organisations from over 60 countries partner with Great Place to Work. But for an organisation to become certified, two thirds or more of its employee respondents need to rate it as a great workplace.
As a Nordic leader in HR-system software, we here at CatalystOne pride ourselves on walking the talk. After all, there’s no sense in helping other organisations find the best ways to manage people if we don’t do a great job of it ourselves, right?
A Great Place to Work in India
We’re thrilled to announce that CatalystOne India is now joining our Norwegian and Swedish offices as a certified Great Place to Work. As our biggest office, with 147 employees, it’s an ongoing goal for us to make sure it’s a place our colleagues are happy to be in every day. Far from being a remote R&D base, our office in Chandigarh – and our colleagues there – are an integral part of the CatalystOne family.
We were so happy to receive these comments from some of our colleagues in India in our latest employee satisfaction survey:
“CatalystOne really values its people, their efforts, their thoughts, ambitions and their work ethic.”
“Management is easily approachable.”
“I simply love the environment!”
“I really like the environment of this company as we can easily manage our work-life balance being a part of CatalystOne family.”
“I am proud to work here.”
Great Place to Work certification and recognition is a worthwhile tool to capture our employees’ feelings about our workplace culture. However, we see it as a measuring stick rather than an end goal. While we love that our colleagues rate us highly in these anonymous surveys, what’s most important is that we discover areas where we can keep improving as we grow and evolve.
Beyond the office
Our belief in empowering people in the Chandigarh area reaches beyond our own organisation. Not far from our office lies Bhagomajra, a school with which we have a truly special bond. With our support, the school gives local children the opportunity to learn English alongside tuition in other key subjects. Our aim is to provide these children with a foundation from which they can go on to succeed in life, no matter which path they choose.
This and other Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives are extremely important to us. Not only do they demonstrate our values, they show our employees that we’re willing to work towards a world where a safe, balanced and satisfying work life is available to everyone – and that fulfilling that commitment starts with us.
To find out more about joining our team, visit our Careers page.
Become a greater place to work
For some in-house tips on how to create a great employee lifecycle through going digital, download our e-guide, “Digitalising the recruitment, onboarding and offboarding lifecycle”.