Haleon India recognized as a Great Place to Work

Haleon India recognized as a Great Place to Work

Delhi, 09th February 2024: Haleon India, (erstwhile GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare) has bagged the prestigious Great Place To Work® certification in India, valid through July 2025. As one of the fastest growing science-led, consumer health organization, Haleon has always strived to foster a workplace where every individual can be at their best inside out and thrive. This certification exemplifies its unwavering commitment towards employee satisfaction and in building a high-performance, positive workplace for all.

Great Place To Work®, the global authority on workplace culture, since its inception in 1992, is conferred upon organizations that exhibit exceptional employee experiences. Backed by 30 years of data, Great Place To Work partners with over 100 million employees worldwide to conduct comprehensive surveys and rigorous assessment process to demonstrate best-in-class people practices for evaluating workplace’s trust index and culture audit attributes. Haleon India has demonstrated remarkable results in Great Place to Work’s proprietary methodology.

Feeling proud, Mr Navneet Saluja, General Manager, BU, Haleon India Sub-Continent, said, “We’re profoundly grateful to have received this prestigious title, recognizing our work environment and people practices. Being an employee-first organization, we are proud to instill trust within our employees and foster the commitment to help achieve common goals of success. A heartfelt thank you to all our employees who contribute to making Haleon India an outstanding workplace every day with their positive approach and serious commitment towards our vision of delivering better everyday health with humanity.”

Haleon is committed to drive equity and inclusion with humanity; within its teams, through its products and in the communities, it serves in the country. Embracing diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives, Haleon is constantly seeking to create a workforce which reflects its consumers and communities.

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