The award recognises the achievements of companies and their organisational excellence based on a framework that evaluates companies across Intent-Design-Experience. The study identifies companies that create real competitive advantage through their people and explores the factors that make a company a workplace of choice for its employees.
As one of the most sought-after awards of its kind globally, the recognition reinforces Shell’s position as an employer of choice in India and acknowledges it to be an organisation where leadership vision, employee engagement and people practices are seen to be synchronous as a matter of principle.
Speaking on the occasion, Tarun Varma, Vice President – Human Resources, Shell India said, “It is heartening to note that Aon plc recognized Shell’s focus on attracting, developing, and retaining a diverse community of people. Shell has a proud heritage of celebrating diversity and fostering inclusion. Our employee practices provide an inclusive work culture where one can bring their whole self to work and integrate their personal and organizational purpose. We are delighted with this honour and understand the deep sense of responsibility it thrusts upon us. This honour has encouraged us to move forward in our journey of powering progress together through our people, partnerships and innovation, for India and the world.”
Dr. Ashish Ambasta, Director, Talent Advisory, Aon, added, “We congratulate Shell India Markets on being adjudged Aon Best Employer India once again. People strategy is a critical part of their overall strategy. It promotes diversity hiring and provides a platform for employees to speak up, thereby promoting a truly inclusive workplace. This makes it one of the most sought-after employer of the country.”
Shell India has continuously encouraged a culture of open innovation and inclusion where employees are empowered to come to work every day to fulfil a compelling purpose. This includes helping provide the opportunity to find integration between one’s personal purpose and the organizational purpose. In addition to applauding this focus, Shell’s forward-looking initiatives in line with their growth aspirations in India, especially those around employee engagement, diversity & inclusion and people development were considered most noteworthy.
Notes to Editors
Shell is one of the most diversified international energy company in India with over 8500 employees and presence across upstream, integrated gas, downstream, renewable energy, and deep capabilities in R&D, digitalization and business operations. With a retail presence across six states – Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Assam Shell is expanding its network of fuel stations across the country. It has the entire Lubricants end-to-end value chain in India, from conceptualization and development, to production and distribution. This includes a world class lubricant oil blending plant with a capacity of more than 115 million litres, a distributor network of more than 185 and over 60,000 retailers across the country. The company also fully owns and operates an LNG re-gasification terminal at Hazira. Through its subsidiary, BG Exploration and Production India Limited, Shell holds a 30% interest in, and is joint operator of the Panna - Mukta oil and gas fields. With a focus on digitization and future ready sustainable solutions, the company is nurturing a vibrant ecosystem in India to accelerate energy innovations with Shell E4 for startups, Shell Eco-marathon and investments in new energy companies like Husk Power and Cleantech Solar. Shell also remains committed to making positive contributions to the communities in which it operates through programmes like NXplorers, Access to Energy and Road Safety across India. Follow @shell_India @makethefuture @shell_ecomar to know how it is redefining the energy space.
Royal Dutch Shell plc
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Aon plc (NYSE:AON) is a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of human capital, risk, retirement and health solutions. Our 50,000 colleagues in 120 countries empower results for clients by using proprietary data and analytics to deliver insights that reduce volatility and improve performance. The Aon Best Employers program evaluates employee opinions to measure employee engagement, leadership, performance culture, employer brand and recognises employer excellence worldwide.
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