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India’s best NGOs to work for

These enterprises* have earned their title by blending social good with employee welfare

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Published a year ago on Nov 06, 2019 20 minutes Read

*Workplaces are listed in alphabetical order

Methodology: All organisations that nominate themselves for India’s Best NGOs to Work For list undergo a rigorous assessment. This year, 29 NGOs applied for the study and were broadly evaluated through two lenses. The first lens measures the quality of employee experience through our globally validated survey instrument known as Trust Index©. This is acquired through anonymous feedback and carries two-third weightage. The second lens, called Culture Audit©, evaluates the quality of people practices in an organisation, covering the entire employee lifecycle. After thorough assessment, the cumulative score of Trust Index© and Culture Audit© determines an organisation’s inclusion in ‘India’s 10 Best NGOs to Work For’. No individual or jury has a say in who makes it to the Top 10 list — only employee feedback and quality of people practices determine if an organisation is a great workplace. Great Place to Work® funds this study and shares a detailed report on the feedback shared by employees. The report is then shared back with all the participating NGOs.

Disclaimer: This list is as per the data given by the organisation at the time of assessment done with Great Place to Work ®

EnAble India

Be the change. Be open. Be inclusive. These are just a few mantras that EnAble India preaches and practices every day, integrating them into its very foundation. To be the change, the company involves itself in social services and helps find employment for persons with disabilities. Over 45% of EnAble India’s employees are persons with disabilities and the organisation has also hired members from the LGBTQ+ community. The NGO extends help to it staff at critical junctures. “With our dedicated staff welfare fund, we provide financial support to our employees in case of medical emergencies or for education of their children,” says Dipesh Sutariya, co-founder and CEO, EnAble India. Almost 25 people over the past 10 years have taken a loan from the fund at zero or 3% int

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