Ingersoll Rand, the industrial manufacturing company claims to have an employee friendly environment. This high-trust, high-performance culture, is based on five dimensions – fairness, credibility, respect, pride and camaraderie.
Anil Gopinathan, vice president and general manager, Ingersoll Rand Engineering and Technology Centres in India, says, “As an organisation, our approach is highly employee centric, which reflects in our efforts to create an enriching work culture for our employees.”
He adds, “Our goal has always been to provide a thriving and inclusive environment, which facilitates our employees’ holistic growth.”
Ingersoll Rand has also come up with an initiative called ‘ReLaunch’, to provide an opportunity to women engineers to re-start their careers after a break.
This recruiting programme has been recently launched at its engineering and technology centres in Bangalore and Chennai. The programme offers an opportunity to women engineers and professionals who had taken a voluntary break from the workforce for more than two years and are ready to return to a full-time career. It will not only help qualified engineers in the community to resume their careers but will also bolster support for Ingersoll Rand projects and teams— by helping find and attract top engineering talent.
Ingersoll Rand products range from complete compressed air systems, tools and pumps to material- and fluid-handling systems. This global business is committed to a world of sustainable progress and enduring results.
Shirin Salis, vice-president, human resources, Ingersoll Rand India, says, “We continuously focus on creating a culture where our employees can learn and thrive in their careers in an inclusive and progressive organisation. We believe that our ongoing investments in people, development, engagement and culture set us apart.”