What a great soul! Ratan Tata travelled from Mumbai to Pune to meet his sick employee in Hospital

The amount of respect Ratan Tata has in the corporate world is unbelievable and the former CEO of Tata group is one of the richest persons in our country. Anyone can be a billionaire but one needs to be a good person like him.

Business magnate Ratan Tata often hits the headlines for all the right reasons. Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata recently travelled all the way from Mumbai to Pune to meet an ailing former employee. Yogesh Desai, an acquaintance of the employee shared the story in a post on LinkedIn and it went viral like wildfire.

Ratan Tata, 83, came to know that the employee has not been keeping well for the last two years. Hence, he decided to see him at his residence in the Friends Society in Pune.

Yogesh also posted a picture in which Ratan Tata could be seen interacting with the employee in Pune. The picture is doing the rounds on social media.

“Sir Ratan Tata (83) living legend, greatest businessman alive in India, visited the Friends Society in Pune to meet his ex-employee all the way from Mumbai who is ailing for last 2 years. This is how legends are made of. No media, no bouncers only commitment towards loyal employees. There is a lot to learn for all entrepreneurs and businessmen that money is not everything. All that matters is being a great human being. Hats off, Sir!! I bow my head in respect,” Yogesh Desai said in his post on LinkedIn.

The post spread like wildfire and started receiving many comments.

One user wrote, ”So humbling and Tata group is legendary in their approach to people and community,” while another commented, ”Legend Ratan TATA is not only a business man rather he is an industrialist with unlimited contribution for the society which no other business person and industrialists has ever done yet.”

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Earlier, Tata had personally visited the families of all 80 of his employees who were affected by the 26/11 terror attack of 2008.

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