Our management style can best be described as egalitarian, with everyone having an equal opportunity for development and growth. People are recruited into the company based purely on merit and with total disregard to considerations of gender, race, color or creed. Merit alone is the criterion of all subsequent professional growth. Performance evaluations are conducted on the basis of achievement of individual objectives that are in conformance with the departmental and overall corporate objectives of the company. Promotions are similarly guided by merit and the suitability of an employee to the position for which he or she is being considered.
Our working environment is so relaxed as to be almost casual; there is no bossing around or subordination, no name tags on offices, and no appointments required for calling on seniors. People are encouraged to communicate informally at all levels and interpersonal relationships are greatly valued. Written communication is simple and to the point, with even personal names abbreviated to initials to save time.
Our leadership follows the principle of 'management by walking around', where managers are expected to make daily rounds of all areas of responsibility, and have first-hand information of all significant happenings.
This informal style of management may seem arbitrary, but is serious without being intimidating and has stood the company in good stead over the years. Today, our corporate culture is so attractive that most people join us straight from an educational institute and leave only after serving their full tenure.