Indra Receives Top Employer Certification For 4th Year in A Row


Madrid: Indra, a leading global technology and consulting company, has reinforced its position as one of the firms offering the best working environment for its professionals and adopting the most innovative people management practices after receiving its Top Employer certification for the fourth year in a row.

The certification, granted by the Top Employers Institute after a thorough examination that evaluates all the processes of talent management and a third-party audit, also includes Minsait, Indra’s leading company in digital transformation and information technologies.

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“In its commitment to continuous improvement, the Indra group has once again increased its overall rating to 87.85%, achieving the highest possible score (100%) in aspects such as values, ethics, integrity and the working environment, aspects in which it exceeds the average of the 1,857 companies certified worldwide as Top Employers by almost 17%,” Indira group said.

“Indra also verges on excellence with scores 14% above average in sustainability, which is understandable, as it has recently been recognised as the most sustainable technology company by the Dow Jones Sustainability Index, and in diversity, an aspect in which it has improved its rating by 10% this year thanks to its efforts to generate a more inclusive culture avoiding any discrimination and making all its professionals feel they are an important part of the organisation,” it added.

“The group also receives an excellent rating for its talent strategy and organisation and change, thanks to the numerous initiatives it has implemented to transform its culture and facilitate its employees’ careers and personal development.”

Top Employer also awards the Indra group a high rating (around 90%) in business strategy, leadership, digitalisation of human resources, assessment, recognition and learning which, just like the boost it gives to the careers of its employees, means a 5% increase in the rating with respect to 2021.

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