Great Place to Work certifies Avery Dennison India as one of India’s best workplaces

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Great Place to Work certifies Avery Dennison India as one of India’s best workplaces
Avery Dennison team cherishing for being recognized by Great Place to Work as one among India’s Best Workplaces in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion 2021 Photo: Avery Dennison

Avery Dennison India has been certified by Great Place to Work India as a workplace with inclusive practices. Avery Dennison has also been recognized as one among the Top 10 India’s best workplaces in diversity, equity, and inclusion 2021. This recognition is a testimony to the commitment of the leaders and employees of the organization to progress on this journey of equity, inclusion, and diversity, which is deeply acknowledged as the true bedrock of innovation and sustainable business performance. 

As a global authority on workplace culture, Great Place to Work has been studying employee experience and people practices across organizations for over three decades. Every year, more than 10,000 organizations from over 60 countries partner with the Great Place to Work Institute for assessment, benchmarking, and planning of actions to strengthen their workplace culture. 

First-of-its-kind in the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion space, the Workplace Inclusion Index was launched by Great Place to Work Institute India in partnership with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in 2021. This study captures the experience of over 1,00,000 employees, of which 34% belong to historically excluded communities (including individuals who identify as women, other gender identities, LGBTIQA+, persons with disabilities, veterans, individuals returning from a career break, and other under-represented minorities in the country). 

Certified workplaces were further evaluated to arrive at India’s Best Workplaces in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion 2021. Certified workplaces were further evaluated to arrive at India’s best workplaces in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion 2021 based on inclusive practices that cut across diverse demographic groups, adequate representation from diverse groups, and also their employees’ experience of inclusion and sense of belonging in the workplace. 

Avery Dennison on being focused to create long term business success

Great Place to Work India has released a research report that has thoroughly studied the landscape of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in India. The report and the associated recognitions from this study can be viewed here.

On the occasion, Manvi Sushil, director HR, South Asia Avery Dennison, said, “We are proud to be recognized as one among the Top 10 – India Best Workplaces in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion 2021 by the Great Places to Work Institute. Since its inception, Avery Dennison has focused on creating long-term business success and resilience by building a fair, inclusive, and ethical culture, where differences are celebrated, all voices are heard, and everyone has the opportunity to shine true to their unique potential. This recognition strengthens the commitment of Avery Dennison LGM further to advance on this journey of DEI by rallying the strong passion of the organization in this area”. 

In India, the Institute partners with more than 1100 organizations annually, across over 22 industries, to help them build High-Trust, High-Performance Cultures designed to deliver sustained business results. Hundreds of CEOs and CXOs from India are part of the great place community committed to making India a great place to work for all.

 

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