Jul 8, 2010MUMBAI
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Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) today announced that it has been featured in the ‘Best Workplaces 2010’ study in India. Conducted by the Great Places to Work® Institute and The Economic Times, the workplace study is India’s largest with more than 400 participating companies. This year marks the Company’s fourth consecutive appearance among the honorees. Additionally, Qualcomm retained its rank as the No. 1 telecom company for three years in a row.
“At Qualcomm, we share the vision of enabling 3G and beyond for one billion Indians. All our employees are passionately committed and excited to turn this vision into reality,” said Kanwalinder Singh, president of Qualcomm India and South Asia and senior vice president of Qualcomm. “It is a people-centric company and our employees’ commitment to excellence helps shape our culture and makes Qualcomm a great place to work. We are honored and humbled to retain our position among the best places to work.”
Qualcomm India employees work on cutting edge wireless communication technologies that have a global impact. In India, the Company’s innovations have catalyzed the wireless revolution by making mobile communication affordable and accessible. Qualcomm, along with its ecosystem partners, is now poised to accelerate the mobile broadband revolution with 3G HSPA, EV-DO and LTE to the benefit of all Indians.
“Qualcomm encourages its employees to work collaboratively to achieve excellence in innovation and execution,” said Shashi Reddy, vice president of engineering at Qualcomm India’s Hyderabad centre. “Our employees’ collective success in creating a culture of innovation and collaboration with our partners sets us apart from many other companies in our industry.”
“Qualcomm provides the right resources, tools and environment that enable employees to achieve excellence in a workplace culture, which is characterized by passion, dynamism and respect,” said Daaman Hejmadi, vice president of engineering for Qualcomm India’s Bangalore centre. “Our open and honest communication continues to be a core element of our culture.”
Qualcomm has business development offices in Mumbai and Delhi and R&D presence in Hyderabad and Bangalore, including a handset pre-certification lab in Hyderabad. The Company also has earned a place among FORTUNE’s “100 Best Companies to Work for in America” for 12 consecutive years.
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