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SC Johnson India Ranks as a ‘Best Company’

January 30, 2013

INDIA: SC Johnson India is ranked No. 24 on the Great Place to Work Institute India’s “Best Companies to Work For” list among companies with up to 1,000 employees. Nearly 300 companies in that category were evaluated. The company was ranked No. 4 in the category of manufacturing and production. The rankings are based on a study conducted by the Great Place to Work Institute India and published by The Economic Times.

“SC Johnson is so honored to be recognized as a best company to Work for in India,” said Steven Stanbrook, chief operating officer—international markets. “India is such animportant market for us, and this recognition reflects the hard work and dedication of our Indian team and their commitment to building a strong workplace.”

This year, approximately 600 companies participated in the study.

More info: www.scjohnson.com
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