SEWA Rural one of the 15 best workplaces along with Tata Communications, HP, American Express, GE

The Society for Education Welfare & Action (SEWA) Rural, Jhaghadia, Bharuch, a Gujarat-based NGO, has been recognized as providing one of the top 15 best workplaces for women nationally for the 2018-19. Felicitated by the Great Place to Work, a global institute, a communiqué by SEWA Rural says that the NGO is inspired by the ideals of Swami Vivekananda and Gandhiji.
Established in 1980, the NGO says, “The purpose of the existence of the organization is to reach out to poor and underprivileged through a variety of health, education and economic development programmes.”
“The Great Place to Works is the global authority on building, sustaining and recognizing high-trust, high-performing workplace cultures, which has crafted its perspective by learning from great leaders, surveying millions of employees, and examining thousands of the best workplaces around the globe”, the NGO adds.
Started operations in India in 2003, Great Place to Work every year studies more than 700 organizations in India and determines India’s Best Workplaces across 20 plus industries. This year, besides SEWA Rural, workplaces of Tata Communications, HP, American Express and GE Appliances are in the list of top 15 best workplaces.

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