CNH Industrial India certified as a Great Place to Work® for the second consecutive year

Great Place to Work®, the global authority in workplace culture assessment and recognition, has re-certified CNH Industrial (India) Pvt. Ltd. in its 2021 company ranking in India. This is the second consecutive year of certification for the Company.

Certification is determined via an assessment, a Trust Index© employee survey measuring employees’ perceptions of leadership, organizational culture and trust, and a Culture Audit© questionnaire submitted by the Company outlining its current practices and policies.

CNH Industrial India’s commitment to growth, company values, focus on quality and safety and participative decision making were cited as noteworthy differentiators by the employees who took part in the survey. During these tough times under the impact of COVID-19, the focus on employee well-being, innovation in people practices and honouring commitments were also highlighted by participants.

“We are delighted that the changes that we have introduced, in consultation with our employee population, have been well received and appreciated. We thank our employees for their commitment and resilience during a difficult year, which once again saw us ranked as a Great Place to Work®. We will continue to enhance employee engagement and experience,” said Raunak Varma, Country Manager India & SAARC, CNH Industrial.

Headquartered in the National Capital Region (NCR), CNH Industrial India numbers some 2,200 employees where it operates across three manufacturing sites, producing agricultural equipment in Greater Noida and Pune and construction equipment in Pithampur; two R&D centres, 12 training centres, two depots, a technology centre; and CNH Industrial Capital, the financial services arm of the business which provides equipment financing solutions for its Case IH, New Holland Agriculture, CASE and New Holland Construction brand product portfolio. Furthermore, the Company oversees operations across commercial offices in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka.