Neha Hiranandani, director, House of Hiranandani
Neha Hiranandani, director, House of Hiranandani

HOH wins Great Place to Work certification

House of Hiranandani has been certified among other reputed workplaces in recognition of its employee-friendly policies by the Great Place to Work Institute; the real estate company’s scores on two important dimensions, Pride and Credibility, have been identified as its key strengths

House of Hiranandani (HOH), a premium real estate brand developing iconic integrated communities in India, is pleased to announce that it has been certified as a 'Great Place to Work' among other reputed workplaces in recognition of its employee-friendly policies by the Great Place to Work Institute. The certification is important, as the Institute’s methodology is recognised as rigorous and objective, and is considered as the gold standard for defining great workplaces across business, academia and government organisations. HOH, known for the architectural marvels it creates, has received the certification in the category of Small and Mid-Size organisations for its scores in an employee survey along with Culture Audit People Practices Assessment conducted by the Institute.

HOH’s scores on two important dimensions, Pride and Credibility, have been identified as key strengths relative to the India Top 50 Great mid-size workplaces benchmark. While Pride measures employees' sense of pride in their work by assessing their feelings towards their job, team and company, Credibility measures the extent to which employees see management as credible (believable, trustworthy), by assessing their perceptions of management's communication practices, competence and integrity.

Commenting on the certification, Neha Hiranandani, director, House of Hiranandani said, “This certification is truly a strong testament to our core values and employee-friendly initiatives. It re-affirms the amazing team we have and the strong base we have built together to create a world-class work environment. Our commitment to continuously improving our employee experience and creating a differentiated workplace culture is directly linked with our success as a company. It is even more rewarding that the recognition is a direct reflection of how our employees truly feel about our company. We will continue to build on this success to further strengthen our culture and people practices, and strive to make HOH an even better workplace in the years to come.”

The Great Place To Work certification is valid until September 2020, and allows the company the opportunity to be considered for the Top 50 list of India's Great Mid-Size Workplaces 2020 next year. Every year, over 10,000 organisations from over 60 countries partner the Institute for assessment, benchmarking and planning actions to strengthen their workplace culture.

HOH has transformed the real estate skyline of Bengaluru, Chennai and Hyderabad with signature styled neighbourhoods that offer a holistic living experience to residents. With over four decades of experience and a unique approach to designing and planning, HOH invests heavily in research and development to ensure that its developments surpass industry benchmarks and re-define engineering and design.

About House of Hiranandani
Since inception in India, House of Hiranandani (HOH) has altered the way living spaces are designed - thereby transforming the ethos and aesthetics of real estate in India. Pillared by a unique approach to designing and planning, the company invests heavily in research and development, ensuring that each of its developments surpass industry benchmarks and redefine value engineering and design. The buildings and supporting infrastructure are designed to ensure low maintenance, yet add value to the lives of residents. The selection of materials is robust to ensure longevity, and is passed only after stringent quality checks. Today, HOH has carved a niche for itself and is synonymous with innovation, transparency, quality construction, superior design and customer satisfaction.

HOH has a national presence with projects in Mumbai (Hiranandani Gardens - Powai, Hiranandani Meadows-Thane, Hiranandani Estate- Thane, Hiranandani Business Park – Powai & Thane), Bengaluru (Hebbal, Devanahalli and Bannerghatta), Chennai (OMR) and Hyderabad (Shankarpally).

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