Fatema Moriam Nisha, Head of People, Culture & Diversity said
“Research has proven that the definition of a great workplace is one where employees trust the people they work for, have pride in what they do and enjoy the people they work with. We are immensely proud to receive this recognition from the Great Place to Work institute. The Certification is recognised by employers and employees globally and is considered the gold standard in identifying and recognising a great workplace culture.”
Accreditation required SMEC to undergo a rigorous audit conducted by Great Place to Work which required various steps. The process starts with a ‘trust index assessment’ and employee survey. The survey helps to precisely measure the underlying level of trust within the organisation, while making targeted recommendations on areas to improve.
The survey is conducted online where employees respond to a set of qualitative and quantitative questions covering five dimensions – credibility, respect, fairness, pride, and camaraderie. The results are then tabulated and analysed across various demographic categories for the organisation to understand what initiatives can be taken to build a better workplace culture.
We are delighted to announce a momentous achievement that signifies a paradigm shift in the construction of Water Supply Tanks. For the first time in India, as part of the esteemed Jal Jeevan Mission Scheme by the Government of India, a pre-cast overhead water tank has been successfully erected in Karnataka.
SMEC recently collaborated with the Tropical Rainforest Conservation and Research Centre (TRCRC) for a tree planting event at the Elmina Rainforest Knowledge Centre in Selangor, Malaysia. Attended by 28 employees, the initiative aimed to support rainforest conservation, aligning with SMEC’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) priorities, specifically focusing on sustainability.
South African National Roads Agency Limited’s N2 Wild Coast Toll Road (N2WCTR) serves as a shining example of a catalytic infrastructure project that combines socio-economic benefits and engineering ingenuity.
SMEC has recently forged a partnership with the Grass Skirt Project to champion the cause of community empowerment, particularly women’s health, through sports and health initiatives in Papua New Guinea. This collaboration involved sponsoring four rugby league teams in the recent Hevea Cup & Wellness Exhibition (HCWE) 2023 in Port Moresby.