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Bengaluru, NFAPost: Happiest Minds Technologies Limited, a ‘Born Digital Born Agile’, Mindful IT Company announced that it is among India’s Top 25 Best Companies to Work for in 2021.

This prestigious award was announced by the Great Place to Work® Institute, where Happiest Minds was ranked #21 in the largest workplace culture study in the country.

Great Place to Work®️ Institute, is the global authority for creating, sustaining and identifying Best Workplaces on the basis of People Feedback and quality of People Practices in an organisation. Based on a rigorous assessment of 1,000 plus organizations in India, Happiest Minds was selected to be in the Top 25.

Happiest Minds Technologies Executive Vice Chairman Joseph Anantharaju said the company takes pride in its strong legacy as a people & customer-focused company.

“These accolades strengthen Happiest Minds Technologies resolve to continue investing in our people and achieve higher benchmarks,” said Joseph Anantharaju.

Sachin Khurana, Chief People Offer, Happiest Minds Technologies said, he is delighted that Happiest Minds has been recognized by the Great Place to Work® Institute for the past 5 years that we have participated in their assessments.

“I am grateful to all Happiest Minds who have gone out of their way to support colleagues and families during the disruption caused by COVID-19. In addition, our wellness initiatives under the HappiZest program played an important supporting role in helping our members overcome the challenges of last year,” said Sachin Khurana.

Sharon S. Rajkumar, PhD, Vice President & Happiness Evangelist, Happiest Minds Technologies said in these unprecedented times, this ranking is a recognition of our mindful culture, where every Happiest Mind is respected, celebrated and valued for their contribution. “We are grateful that all our People Practices have been placed in the Best Cultures Quadrant,” said Rajkumar.

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