SEATTLE, NEW YORK, DALLAS, LONDON, BANGALORE, July 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Today, Aditi Technologies announced it has been awarded for innovation in learning and development at the World HRD Congress 2012 in Mumbai. This award is a result of 2+ years of thinking from scratch and intense efforts via Learning & Development (LEAD) team demonstrating credibility and excellence for training workforce in building software solutions for Microsoft's ISV and enterprise customers.
The three day congress was attended by senior HR leaders from across key industries and prominent sectors. The World HRD Congress Awards aim to celebrate leading organizations' impactful HR practices that have achieved overall effectiveness in their HR functions. 400 companies across industry participated in the learning and development category and 22 companies were awarded in various sub-categories. Aditi recently won the Top 10 India's best companies for Rewards and Recognition in 2012 organized by the Great Place to Work (GPTW) institute.
Pradeep Rathinam, CEO of Aditi Technologies, says, "This is a validation of our spirit and desire to be continuously recognized as the best place to work where learning is fun. Our ability to attract top tier talent has helped us consistently deliver transforming solutions for our customers." While most companies in the IT services are struggling with high attrition rates, Aditi has bucked the trend, empowering employees to deliver the best. "Overall, it has made a big business impact in terms of greater employee engagement, superior business results and increased customer satisfaction." This sentiment is echoed by our customers.
Learning is seen as an integral engagement tool and not seen purely as a business need. LEAD started with a vision to help employees actualize themselves and bridge the gap between their own skills and emerging requirements in the industry. Having engaged employees is part of the core DNA of Aditi's values. Novex Alex, Head of People Department (HR) at Aditi and brain behind LEAD, says, "We are building a 21st century learning organization, an exciting 5-year roadmap. We are starting from the basics and questioning everything. For example, learning preferences and styles of different employee groups, most notably the Generation Y, are different. Some prefer to learn at their own pace, and that is what Gurukul-E (Aditi's e-learning initiative), Aditi Connect (engagement initiative for new hires) promote, and some like it informal, some learn better from peers - our Open talk, Open Tech Talk and blended learning programs address these. Gen Y also thrives on social media and this is addressed by the Aditi social media platform which provides them an opportunity to blog, tweet, and share while tagging themselves during important learning events on Facebook."
Recognizing that companies need to empower people to do better at their jobs and manage their lives better, Aditi has made it possible for any employee to access learning easily. LEAD is only part of a benefit package that comprises wellness programs, flexible hours, healthy lunches, etc. Yet, it is, so far, the most powerful tool for employee engagement and reported satisfaction.
About Aditi Technologies (http://www.aditi.com)
Aditi works with ISVs, web businesses and enterprises to provide emerging technology solutions across cloud, mobile, e-commerce and social platforms. Aditi is one of the top three Microsoft cloud consulting providers globally, and one of the top five Microsoft technology partners in U.S.
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