GENPACT RECEIVED “THE EMPLOYER OF THE YEAR IN OUTSOURCING” AWARD

On May 26, within the elegant and select event Romanian Outsourcing Awards for Excellence 2015, organized by The Diplomat, Genpact received the award for “The Employer of the Year in Outsourcing”.

Genpact is honored by this special distinction as it proves that our company’s care and efforts are publicly recognized by a prestigious business magazine and renowned by the Romanian business market.

The award raises the bar higher and we look forward to delivering to our promises and overachieving.

Key figures considered for this nomination:

  •                 Compound annual growth rate of 15% for the past 5 years
  •                 $114 MM in business impact delivered to our customers
  •               Over 1,400 of new hires in 2014, out of which approximately 800 joined us on entry level positions
  •                 Over 1,200 Lean certified employees & 220 + Green Belt certifications
  •                 The first EuropeanLearning Center, opened in Bucharest
  •                 900 + CSR volunteers, more than 3300 volunteering hours and over €58,000 donated to charity
  •                 United Way Gold Partner & over 8 years of successful partnership

    Moreover,2015 represents the 10th year of our success story in Romania. 

The event was attended by important representatives from the Romanian government, senior figures from Romania’s business and civil society and the Outsourcing sector community at top level.

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