Uflex Limited named as AON Best Employer Company on Employee Experience for the Year 2019

Noida: Uflex Limited, India’s largest fully integrated multinational Flexible Packaging materials & Solutions company and a global player in Polymer Sciences, today announced they have been named as AON Best Employer Company on Employee Experience for the Year 2019.

Launched in 2001, the Aon Best Employers program is a global study that recognizes employer excellence worldwide. The survey follows a robust framework based on Intent-Design-Experience pillars, which includes employee engagement survey, maintaining people practices inventory, CEO intent and design of HR practices. The study followed a nine month long process, with shortlisted companies having in-person audits by Aon team and a final jury round where an eminent panel of industry stalwarts selected the winning workplaces – the very best in the country!

Speaking on the occasion, Chandan Chattaraj, President – Human Resources, Uflex commented, “At Uflex, we do multipronged things to make our workplace really inspiring & engaging. It flows from our leaders and vision of our inspirational Chairman which motivates Flexians to give their best in everything. We work across themes such as pride & say, working environment, performance & growth, employee communication, learning & development etc. to ensure that we create an invigorating workplace.
“This recognition by Aon will surely help us in making Uflex one of the most sought after employers to work for”, he added.

Anantshree Chaturvedi, Vice Chiarman & CEO at FlexFilms and Chief Cultural Officer, Uflex said, “The folks who comprise of the Uflex family are our biggest strength. Aon’s certification confirms that our efforts to make our company a great place to work, where the workforce is highly connected and empowered, is reaping rewards beyond our four walls.”

He added, “This acknowledgement further bolsters our belief that we are a much sought after employer for being not only customer-centric in our approach, but people-centric as well.”