Continuing a recent trend of recognition, we at Leeyo Software are humbled to acknowledge our firm’s placement among a select group of companies honored by one of India’s largest media outfits.
Leeyo was awarded as one of the “Gamechangers – Smart Workplaces 2016” at the launch of the coffee table book by India’s leading media outfit, The Times of India. The company was recognized for its employee-first focus, quality of work output, employment growth and teamwork.
The book highlights 13 organizations changing the face of workplaces in Tamil Nadu by aiming to be more than just swanky offices with a focus on inspiring their employees, pushing them to lead and giving them the space to achieve. The October 26 book launch event was presided over by Dr. Kiran Bedi, Lieutenant Governor of the Puducherry, who wholeheartedly welcomed representatives of award-winning organizations, including Leeyo CEO, Jagan Reddy.
“Leeyo constitutes a team of enthusiastic professionals where they get an opportunity to showcase their creativity and understanding of niche technology,”said Jegannathan B, Senior Manager- HR, Leeyo. “At the organization, employees work in a different challenging environment which helps them combine their technological and functional expertise.”
Jagan Reddy, noting the company’s overall focus on career development and training, said, “We dedicate time and resources to help employees discover their talents.”
He added: “Employees are shuffled within and across jobs in ways that facilitate growth and career advancement. We make sure that the right people are doing the right job within the company. With job rotations, working onsite and offsite, international exposure makes employees more versatile and increases their expertise.”
Development opportunities are provided to employees in the form of leadership training courses and regular product training, organized to help cross-functional teams and provide international exposure. These experiences provide opportunities to develop competencies important for the next stage in the career.
“We have a highly skilled and talented hiring panel that creates a relationship with every applicant,” said S. Umashankar, Leeyo Vice President- India Operations. “We expedite the hiring process to closure and guide the offered talents until they join the organization. We have a well organized and structured training format for newcomers on product, corporate ethics, company structure and company policies, to name a few. Managers take extra effort and concentrate on new members of the team while training them” he added.
As recognized in the publication, the company pools in a team of talented trainers who act as mentors for numerous teams once training needs are understood. Executive leadership also makes an effort to identify and nurture top performers through regular training sessions and provides them numerous opportunities, the book highlights.
“We have a well organized and structured training format for our newcomers on product, corporate ethics, company structure and company policies, to name a few,” said Reddy. “Managers take extra effort and concentrate on new members of the team while training them.”
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