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Siemens Healthineers India bags recognition from Great Place to Work Institute

19 June 2021 | News

Creating an ecosystem of trust, high-performance culture and imbibing aspects of credibility have been taken into account

Siemens Healthineers India has been recognised by the Great Place to Work Institute as one of India’s best workplaces in the healthcare sector, in their 2021 rankings and is identified among ‘India’s Top 100 Best Companies to Work For -2021’, in the largest workplace culture study in the country. Few factors affirming the trust of employees include creating an ecosystem of trust, high-performance culture and imbibing aspects of credibility, respect, fairness, pride and camaraderie among the employees.


'We Care’ is another initiative that revolves around the overall wellbeing and safety of people, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Right from vaccination support (including dependents), policy upgrades, establishing a war room with volunteers from the organization across India, learning and development to the mental wellbeing of people. Such people-centric initiatives ensure they feel cared for and supported by the organization during these challenging times.


“At Siemens Healthineers, we embrace and value diversity in viewpoints, backgrounds, experiences, expertise, and individual qualities by fostering a culture where employees can be themselves, embrace challenges and thereby achieve amazing results. Our flexible and dynamic environment encourages our teams to go beyond their comfort zone and grow. We all at Siemens Healthineers are passionate about shaping the future of healthcare so that medicine becomes more precise and affordable, value is at the heart of care delivery, patients are treated as consumers, and healthcare becomes digital”, said Vivek Kanade, MD, Siemens Healthcare.


“Innovation has been and will always be at the core of our company culture. The company will be investing Rs 1,300 crore over the next five years in an innovation hub in Bengaluru, India. The investment is part of Siemens Healthineers’ strategy 2025, in which India plays an important role as a growth market for the company. The innovation hub will be housed in a new state-of-the-art campus, with a plan to add up to 1,800 digital talents over the next ten years,” said Dileep Mangsuli, Executive Director, Siemens Healthcare.


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