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WNS has won three Gold Stevies at the 2020 Great Employers Awards for Achievement in HR Technology, Achievement in Leadership Development for Women and Best Learning & Development Strategy.
The recognition in the HR Technology category is a testament to WNS’ unwavering focus on integrating AI and analytics-led digitization in HR processes. With Glint, we have introduced an artificial intelligence-led learning and knowledge platform. Similarly, our people-first engagement platform TalentTurfTM moves the needle from performance reviews and management to insight-led performance conversations. WNS’ chatbot Amelia focuses on personalized query response to enhance productivity and ensure timely resolution.
Our win in the category of Leadership Development for Women is for Centurion, our flagship program that seeks to accelerate the progress of high potential women from frontline managerial levels into leadership roles through a fast-track global program.
The third Stevie was conferred for Best Learning & Development Strategy in acknowledgement of WNS’ foresight in reshaping our learning and talent strategies to keep pace with shifting paradigms, especially digital acceleration.
About Stevie Awards for Great Employers
The Stevie Awards for Great Employers recognize the world's best employers, human resources professionals, teams and achievements, and HR-related products and suppliers who help create and drive great places to work. More than 700 nominations from organizations across 23 countries were evaluated this year for a wide range of HR-related categories. Winners were determined by calculating average scores of more than 90 professionals worldwide, acting as judges.