Hyderabad: Synchrony (NYSE: SYF) a premier consumer financial services company with a vibrant culture and employee-friendly policies, has been certified as a Great Place to Work® organization in India and the company earned a spot at number 23 on the 100 Best Companies to Work for in India (2018). This recognition highlights Synchrony’s efforts to create an environment that is inclusive, collaborative and innovative.
Synchrony’s Mr. Faisal Uddin, Senior Vice President – International Operations and Business Leader, Asia said, “Synchrony is a company made up of people with different perspectives and unique ambitions that share strong values, a common purpose and a bold commitment to doing the right thing. We are proud to be recognized as a Great Place to Work and a company that is focused on building a high-trust culture with employees.”
The company also helps employees balance the demands of work and life with flexible work arrangements, a comprehensive benefits program, a vast array of employee wellness amenities and a diverse workforce with equal opportunities for growth. Synchrony encourages professional growth through empowerment and innovation. The company provides year-round learning and development programs for employees across all levels of the organization, such as Learn Evolve and Flourish (LEAF) and the Training and Learning Exchange (TALE). “Innovation Stations,” with cross-functional employee teams, are exclusively focused on developing forward-thinking opportunities and technologies for the business.
Synchrony’s Diversity Networks further promote an inclusive culture that celebrates individuality and fosters collaboration. The company was awarded the prestigious Helen Keller Award (in November 2016) and Telangana State Formation Day Award (in June 2017) in recognition of their outstanding work in providing jobs and equal growth opportunities to people with disabilities. Synchrony was also ranked Number 1 on the FLO Gender Parity Index 2018 which evaluates gender diversity and empowerment of women in corporate India. In Hyderabad, the company has more than 125 people with disabilities, and female employees make up 27% of Synchrony’s leadership and 41% of their workforce.