Volkswagen India, a wholly-owned subsidiary of German car giant Volkswagen, has organized the Sarvottam Skill contest for employees at its dealerships across India.
The car maker identified 15 finalists from different categories and awarded them.
The Sarvottam Skill Contest, according to the company, involved employees in an interesting contest encouraging and motivating them to excel in their respective areas.
The Sarvottam Skill contest recognized the employees’ skill in the categories like sales consultants, technicians, service advisors, parts managers and used car evaluators.
Michael Mayer – Director, Volkswagen Passenger Cars India, said, “We at Volkswagen intend to combine Best Practices followed at Volkswagen across the world and create opportunities for our dealership personnel in India to grow and imbibe the true spirit of leadership. ”
The contest, which kick-started in August this year through online registration, recorded a total of 3000 entries.
The entries were filtered to regional rounds where 200 dealership employees were qualified and 58 regional toppers were identified and participated at the grand finale at Chakan, Pune.
Sarvottam Hunt for Champions is a part of Sarvottam annual conference at involving over 500 participants pledging to offer the best of Volkswagen.