1. In a letter, Ratan Tata congratulates employees for bringing zeal, vigour and integrity to group on Jamsetji Tata’s birth anniversary

In a letter, Ratan Tata congratulates employees for bringing zeal, vigour and integrity to group on Jamsetji Tata’s birth anniversary

On the occasion of 178th birth anniversary of founder of Tata Group, Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata JN Tata), Ratan Tata, chairman emeritus of Tata Sons wrote an inspirational letter to the employees saying that it is a celebration of what each one of you brings to the organisation.

By: | Updated: March 3, 2017 3:42 PM
As one of the largest stakeholder communities for the trusts, you as employees have played an important role in making legacy come alive and we hope that you are proud of our group’s capacity of thinking beyond business, ” he wrote. (PTI)

On the occasion of 178th birth anniversary of founder of Tata Group, Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata JN Tata), Ratan Tata, chairman emeritus of Tata Sons wrote an inspirational letter to the employees saying that it is a celebration of what each one of you brings to the organisation. He wrote, “”each one of you bring zeal, vigour, integrity and most importantly hardwork. It is because of you that we can derive and obtain the opportunity and the privilege to serve our community and through that, our nation. Further, he wrote that this year also marks the completion of 125 years of Tata Trusts. ”

As one of the largest stakeholder communities for the trusts, you as employees have played an important role in making legacy come alive and we hope that you are proud of our group’s capacity of thinking beyond business, ” he wrote.

This is the first letter to the employees after N Chandrasekeran took over as the chairman of Tata Sons on February 21. till then Ratan Tata was the interim chairman of the group.

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“As employees of the group, you are the inheritors and custodians of the trusts and of our belief in making a sustainable change in the society”, he wrote.

JN Tata was born on March 3, 1839 into a family of Zoroastrian priests, in Navsari, Gujarat. Jamsetji Tata, was the man whose vision shaped the Tata group.

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