The Company has been bestowed upon this honour for the tenth time in the most comprehensive employee survey of workplace culture conducted by the Great Place to Work Institute. Max Life Insurance Company Ltd. (“Max Life”/”Organization”), has been positioned eighteenth among ‘India’s Best Companies to Work For’ in 2021.
The Company has been presented to this honor for the 10th time in the most complete representative study of working environment culture directed by the Great Place to Work Institute.
Max Life has likewise been perceived among the best 30 ‘Best Workplaces in BFSI’; and holds its situation among ‘Top 50 Best Workplaces’ for the fifth continuous year of support, according to the Great Place to Work Institute’s (“GPTW”) 2021 examination. This year, the investigation covered in excess of 850 organizations, out of which the Top 100 have been chosen for the marquee acknowledgment.
The acknowledgment is a demonstration of Max Life’s long-standing qualities driven culture and ‘human first’ rehearses around worker commitment and ability improvement. Scoring exceptionally on the GPTW Institute’s ‘Way of life Audit Framework’ that assessed the association on boundaries of human touch, assortment, creativity, joining, and comprehensiveness, the Company has accomplished its best-truly positioning in the most recent overview.
Remarking on the declaration, Shailesh Singh, Director and Chief People Officer, Max Life, said, “We are respected to be perceived as one of ‘India’s Best Companies to Work For’. We are focused on keeping a climate where the most capable individuals need to come to work, develop their professions and have an effect each day for our clients. This accomplishment is devoted to our workers, accomplices, and their families, and we anticipate climbing in the positions later on.”
Highlights of Max Life’s assessment for 2021
- Max Life’s people practices and focus on culture-building
- Positive movement on culture audit parameters of ‘Inspiring, Celebrating, Onboarding, Collaborating, Supporting, Grievance Redressing’, amongst others
- Credibility in the leadership team, ‘Communicate to Care’ approach attuned towards employee wellbeing, opportunities for career growth: Employees laying a great deal of trust in the Company and rating the organization strongly across all assessment areas
‘The Great Place To Work’ recognition holds deep credibility with its holistic and credible dual-lens methodology. The GPTW survey curates a list of organizations that build an enabling environment of sustenance, growth, engagement, and work-life balance for their employees. The institute then follows a rigorous and comprehensive assessment covering both employee feedback and implementation of people practices.
Max Life Insurance Company Limited is a joint venture between Max Financial Services Limited and Axis Bank Limited. Max Financial Services Ltd. is a part of the Max Group, an Indian multi-business corporation.
Max Life offers comprehensive protection and long-term savings life insurance solutions, through its multi-channel distribution including agency and third-party distribution partners. Max Life has built its operations over almost two decades through a need-based sales process, a customer-centric approach to engagement and service delivery, and trained human capital.
As per public disclosures and annual audited financials for FY20-21, Max Life has achieved a gross written premium of INR 19,018 crore. As of 31st March 2021, the Company had INR 90,407 crore of assets under management (AUM) and a Sum Assured in Force of INR 1,087,987 crore.
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Great Place to Work certification is the most definitive ‘Employer-of-Choice’ recognition that organizations aspire to achieve. The certification is recognized globally by employees and employers and is undoubtedly considered the ‘Gold Standard’ in identifying and recognizing ‘Great Workplace Cultures’.
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