Bengaluru, 05 December 2022 – Trane Technologies (NYSE:TT), a global climate innovator, has been recognized by Great Place To Work® (GPTW) India as one of its Top 100 India’s Best Workplaces™ in the IT & IT-Business Process Management for the second consecutive year, the company was recognized as a Top 100 organization for excelling in the practices that have been designed for our employees and creating a culture of trust.
Trane Technologies India predominantly provides engineering and technology support for the product development of the company, which includes product enhancement, IT support and infrastructure management, and new product development to advance engineering and technology support.
Wilson Lawrence, Vice President & General Manager, of India Engineering and Technology Center says, “Our Purpose is to boldly challenge what’s possible for a sustainable world. I’m humbled and pleased with all the ways that we have continued to raise the bar by daring to do things differently, leading by example on our sustainability commitments, sustaining top-quartile employee engagement, and building next-level leaders while growing and investing in our team ”.
Best Workplaces™ in IT & IT-BPM 2022 by Great Place To Work India is on its 8th edition this year for India, based on a rigorous evaluation methodology, the study observes the Best Workplaces that have gone above and beyond to create and sustain aspirational organizations. Organizations that succeed in establishing high-trust, high-performance cultures and maximizing human potential by bridging experience gaps will be great places to work for all in the future.
“We are very proud of this significant honor,” said Shirin Salis, Vice President of Human Resources, Trane Technologies India, “At Trane Technologies, we’re committed to uplifting our people, culture, and communities to enable our purpose to create a more sustainable world. We look forward to continuing to create an environment where all of our team members can grow, make a real impact, and thrive at work and at home.”