Vertex Global Services, one of the fastest-growing services integrator delivering end-to-end services and solutions including Managed Services, Staff Augmentation, Performance Marketing, AI/ML and other business process service, has been recently recognized as one of the best places to work in India in 2020. The Best Places to Work program is an international program providing employers in different countries the opportunity to learn more about the engagement and satisfaction of their employees and honor those who deliver an outstanding work experience with the highest standards in regards to working conditions.
“We are thrilled to receive Best Place to Work Certification! Having a positive culture is everything. We at Vertex believe that great people equals great results. This is not just something that applies to how we do business, but it is the foundation in which we operate and it is what leads to our success internally. Growing at a rate of 100% year on year and two acquisitions in 2020 – There are no short cuts to being a great company and we’re proud to have created a great workplace that will help us continue to thrive together as OneTeam in the future,” said Gagan Arora, EVP & Strategic Growth Leader at Vertex Global Services.
“We are honoured to be Best Place to Work Certified. This achievement substantiates our commitment to building an amazing workplace culture and future together with our employees. We are proud that our employees have a consistently positive experience with their co-workers and leaders and find personal satisfaction in their jobs. We make employee experience a priority every day and it means a lot that our employees have reported a consistently positive experience with their co-workers, their leaders, and with their jobs,” said Vikas Arora, HR leader for the organization.
“Vertex Services is a great example of people focused workplace culture that ensures every decision, activity and policy supports the learning, well-being and growth of all team members and the overall business,” said Maria Mercedes, program manager for India.