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DLF Pramerica Life Insurance Company (DPLI) has been recognized as one of “India’s Best Companies to Work For - 2011”. The survey was conducted by The Great Place to Work® Institute, India with its media partner The Economic Times. The study is into its 8th year in India.
DPLI started its operations in India in 2008 and is jointly promoted by DLF Limited and Prudential International Insurance Holdings Ltd. The insurance company has a network of 40 branch offices and 64 branch units across Gujarat, Punjab, Delhi NCR and Haryana. After taking part in this survey for the first time, DPLI has been ranked No. 74. The 2011 list of ‘India’s Best Companies to Work For’ survey results will be published in a special supplement of The Economic Times.
Commenting on this achievement, Pavan Dhamija, MD and CEO of DLF Pramerica Life Insurance Company, said, “To have achieved such a milestone in less than 3 years of our operations is really a matter of pride for us. The results of the survey have given us a first-hand feel of our workplace culture from an employee perspective and I am delighted that our employees believe that DPLI is a great place to work in.
He added, “By participating in this study, we have been able to benchmark employees’ perceptions of our workplace environment with others from our industry and elsewhere. This will enable us to better appreciate our strengths and identify focus areas for improvement.”
The Great Place to Work® Institute is a research and management consultancy based in the U.S. with International Affiliate offices throughout the world. “India’s Best Companies to Work For – 2011” survey was carried out across 500 organizations with participation from 67,000 employees. The companies were ranked on the basis of the employees' survey scores and the analysis of people practices within companies.
DLF Pramerica Life Insurance Company’s product basket includes Protection plans, Child plans, Savings Plans. They also have unique ‘Prahri Plans’ for defence personnel working with the most prestigious Indian organization – the Indian Armed Forces.