In a year that has been marked with so many changes, uncertainties, and devastations, it has never been more important to celebrate the essence of what Pride represents - Dignity, Self-affirmation and Equality.
On the occasion of this Pride month, Sumit Mukhija, CEO, STT GDC India, voices that, "STT GDC India is proudly a company that practices and promotes equality and dignity at work, independent of race, caste, creed, gender, sexual orientation, religion or even nationality."
At STT GDC India, we are committed to fostering a culture of inclusion and diversity across all our functions, where individuals can come together to establish a sincere community working towards a shared goal.
We consider difference of opinion and conflicts as an opportunity to improve our operations and consumer experience, and this is exactly where our inclusion values comes from. In alignment with our values, we ensure that our hiring process is transparent, and built strictly on the merits of the job requirements.
As a company, we understand what it takes to build a culture that resonates and internalises diversity and inclusion, and even more so to sustain these values. So, our focus is to continue to keep our workplace free of any color codes and prejudices.
ST Telemedia Global Data Centres (India) named India’s Colocation Service Provider of the Year at the 18th Frost & Sullivan India ICT Best Practices Awards 2020
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