We work with a diverse workforce and welcome multiplicity of perspectives that stem from multiple backgrounds, skill sets, cultures and experiences. We put our minds together to come up with healthcare solutions that can cater to patients around the world and address the gaps within the industry.

Our people culture is based on meritocracy and well-defined rewards and recognition programmes are in place to keep the team motivated. Frequent leadership reviews go a long way in removing barriers and pave the way for real-time coaching.

The Alembic way

Some of the policies and conventions at the company that has enabled over 90% retention rate over the years are as follows:

  • Flexible leave policy, equitable and attractive growth opportunities
  • Regular remedial as well as developmental trainings imparted
  • An equal opportunity employer making conscious efforts in increasing the team’s gender diversity with the percentage of women employees going up three times in the last five years at the International Business unit
  • Automation and technology complement our employees’ contribution, maximise efficiencies and augment their learning

Alembic Talent Pool

It is a structure programme where entry level incumbents are given robust training before they take up technical responsibilities. It’s an ongoing programme that trains over 200 entrants each year, who grow remarkably in their career and are prepared to take on higher responsibilities. A dedicated training laboratory has been created for this purpose and we are making transformational changes by hiring people with diverse experience beyond pharma.

Strengthening the leadership

Our unique approach to strengthening the leadership bandwidth has ensured holistic expertise and growth across verticals. We believe in rotation of talent and even at the senior-most levels, leaders are rotationally given charge of different functions.

Spreading Smiles

Through this initiative we have encouraged our employees and their family members to engage closely with the community, by spending their weekends with marginalised groups and helping them learn and grasp their day-to-day activities.