Cathay Pacific, a leading international airline, is thrilled to announce its recent achievement of being Certified as a Great Place To Work® in India. This certification is a testament to the company’s ongoing commitment to creating a positive workplace culture that nurtures employee well-being, engagement and growth.
“We are incredibly proud to be recognized as a Great Place to Work®. This achievement underlines our ongoing dedication to creating a workplace where our employees can thrive and feel proud to be part of our team. We believe that by investing in our people and providing a supportive environment, we can deliver exceptional service and experiences to our valued customers too. This recognition is the collective achievement of our people,” said Abhijit Abhyankar, Regional Head of People – South Asia, Middle East & Africa at Cathay Pacific.
Cathay Pacific prioritizes employee well-being by helping them grow personally and professionally. The company actively embraces diversity and promotes inclusion at every step, from recruitment to retirement. From initiatives like Work Your Way, a hybrid arrangement to encourage healthy work-life balance, to the Employee Assistance Programme for confidential mental health support, Cathay Pacific puts its employees front and centre.
Cathay Pacific’s standout employee-friendly initiatives include rewards and recognition through the Work Well Done platform, celebrations to acknowledge achievement of larger company goals, appreciation at department level, Long Service Awards, training and development, and fair advertising of internal vacancies. “Our culture defines the common values and the ways of working together towards our vision – to become one of the world’s greatest service brands. Our well-thought-out and consistent initiatives ensure our Employee Net Promoter Score is excellent year on year,” added Abhyankar.
Great Place To Work®, which is the global authority on workplace culture, has recognised Cathay Pacific for building a High-Trust, High-Performance Culture. The certification is a result of an employee survey conducted by the institute, followed by the submission of a Culture Audit that supplemented the survey on key points – trust, maximising human potential, values, leadership effectiveness, innovation, great workplace for women and bold acts of leadership.
The institute’s research of over three decades shows that great workplaces are characterised by great leadership, consistent employee experience, and sustainable financial performance. These organizations can deliver a consistent experience to all their employees irrespective of their role, gender, tenure, or level.