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U2opia Mobile Features in India’s 20 Best Start-ups to Work by Great Place to Work® Institute

By: DT News Network
January, 12, 2019

U2opia Mobile has been awarded the prestigious certificate of India’s 20 Best Start-ups to Work for by the Great Place to Work® Institute. Following the ‘people’s first’ philosophy, U2opia Mobile offers an open culture that allows dialogue, feedback, communication between the employees and the management.

In 2018, U2opia Mobile received the certificate in ‘India’s Best Start-Ups to work for 2018’, category after scoring high in The Trust Index© Employee Survey and the Culture Audit©.

The company welcomes the Great Place to Work® Institute certification of India’s Top 20 Best Start-ups to Work as it’s appreciation towards its endeavors to foster talent with the help of the core values that people live by every day. The survey was organized by Great Place to Work® Institute.

Commenting about receiving the certification, Sumesh Menon, CEO and Co-founder, U2opia Mobile stated, “It is indeed a proud moment for U2opia as a company to be featured in the list of India’s 20 Best Start-ups to work for. It feels great to be appreciated and respected for values which are at the core of our foundation and each of our employees. This a true testament to our culture that values transparency and empowerment.

Every year, more than 10,000 organizations from over 58 countries partner with Great Place to Work® Institute for assessment, benchmarking and planning actions to strengthen their workplace culture.  In India, more than 600 organizations applied to Great Place to Work® Institute to undertake the assessment this year, making it the largest Study in the space of Workplace Recognition.

 

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