|WNS India and WNS Poland Recognized in AON Best Employer Ranking|
“We are delighted to receive this recognition for the second consecutive
year, and to have the quality of our HR practices externally validated.
WNS’ organizational culture is driven by our CIRCLE of values, and we
take pride enabling our clients to 'outperform' in their respective
markets. Our HR teams follow a 'business partnering' approach which has
shaped a unique HR environment that allows us to create opportunities
for our clients, the WNS organization and the long-term careers of our
“WNS believes in the ‘people agenda’ and its close alignment with the business agenda. Our talent practices, engagement channels and methodologies, and leadership construct are all centered around this concept,” said R. Swaminathan, Chief People Officer, WNS.
“Congratulations to WNS Global Services for winning the Best Employer
title once again! Their solid people practices and distinct focus on HR
Analytics stand out within their industry peers. Keeping pace with the
dynamic trends in the industry have ensured that WNS not only checks all
the necessary boxes, but also exceeds expectations as an employer of
WNS’ People Practice spans over 33,000 employees across 13 countries and
48 offices, and is responsible for integrating the human capital
strategy into the overall organizational growth strategy. A business
enabler, WNS’ People Practice is structured into several sub-functions,
including HR Business Partnering, Talent Acquisition, Compensation &
About AON Best Employer Ranking
The AON Best Employers program is the most comprehensive study of its
A total of 119 organizations representing 14 key industries, cumulatively employing approximately 520,000 employees, participated in the 2017 Aon Best Employers India study.
The study research methodology involves a rigorous process, conducted over a nine-month period that culminates in a solid, credible list of Best Employers decided by an external panel of independent jury.
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