Though most of us spend our time competing with peers in terms of job satisfaction, the fact that there are jobs in the social sector beyond the purview of such petty politics is more than apparent to each of us. After all, doing something for your fellow human beings ranks high on the list of self-satisfying actions. It is to quantify this satisfaction that research, consulting and training firm Great Places to Work (GPTW) moved past its corporate-centric surveys to list the best NGOs to work for in India instead this year.
Loving their living
Great Places to Work’s first ever employee survey of India’s humanitarian sector
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