One of the inexorable changes witnessed over the last few years has been the transformation of how we experience work. From the rise of remote work, increased burnout levels, erosion of organisational camaraderie, and an increase of unsafe working environments, the nature of work has taken on a new avatar.

While coming with its own caveat, this industry-wide pivot is causing healthcare brands and leaders to think of out-of-the-box solutions to the challenges at hand, as they should. As an industry built for the collaborative nature of in-person work, it is not surprising to see a Deloitte survey report that 59% of healthcare employees surveyed felt less camaraderie with co-workers after transitioning to remote work, indicating perhaps that virtual work hamstrings the creation of a cohesive culture.

With 78% of employees reporting that their organisation has integrated or intended to integrate new ways of working into the mix, it is vital that organisations embrace a mindset of change as they stride into a bold new future. Rather than merely mirroring in-person work in a virtual format, healthcare leaders and brands are realising the potential of this changed landscape to reshape how they view the very nature of work, teams, and culture.

Hearteningly, some of the facets brought about by the evolution of the workplace have been for the better. This includes well-being (both physical and mental) being brought to the forefront of the public conversation, along with greater opportunities for innovation, and developing and attracting new talent and capabilities, in addition to greater diversity, equity, and inclusion.

A few healthcare organisations embody this best and are at the forefront of this wave of change, which is why they occupy pride of place among the Most Preferred Workplaces 2022-23 Health & Wellness. The many ways in which these brands have led the way - such as thoughtfully engaging the workforce as well as patients, strategizing ways to minimise burnout, and helping employees make more meaningful connections - have helped us better understand how to tackle the challenges of not just today, but tomorrow as well.

These stalwarts represent a new paradigm of healthcare, highlighting how the coming together of the ecosystem’s stakeholders can serve to benefit all, and thrive by taking a fresh lens to a well-established idea. Most Preferred Workplaces 2022 salutes their successes at a gala event in Mumbai and holds them aloft as exemplars to aspire to.


Hearteningly, some of the facets brought about by the evolution of the workplace have been for the better. This includes well-being (both physical and mental) being brought to the forefront of the public conversation, along with greater opportunities for innovation, and developing and attracting new talent and capabilities, in addition to greater diversity, equity, and inclusion.

A few healthcare organisations embody this best and are at the forefront of this wave of change, which is why they occupy pride of place among the Most Preferred Workplaces 2022-23 Health & Wellness. The many ways in which these brands have led the way - such as thoughtfully engaging the workforce as well as patients, strategizing ways to minimise burnout, and helping employees make more meaningful connections - have helped us better understand how to tackle the challenges of not just today, but tomorrow as well.

These stalwarts represent a new paradigm of healthcare, highlighting how the coming together of the ecosystem’s stakeholders can serve to benefit all, and thrive by taking a fresh lens to a well-established idea. Most Preferred Workplaces 2022 salutes their successes at a gala event in Mumbai and holds them aloft as exemplars to aspire to.


Mr. Sumantra Mitra

Sr. Vice President - Human Resources,
Glenmark Life Sciences Ltd

Rajorshi Ganguli

President and Global HR Head,
Alkem Laboratories Ltd

Shaped by In-depth Research

This unique initiative has been shaped by insights gleaned from an industry-wide consumer study conducted by Allegiant Market Research,
with brands appraised on the following parameters:

Employee Engagement

Organisational Purpose

Intrapreneurial Ecosystem

Work Flexibility


Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Growth and Rewards

Work-life balance

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