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Radio City named the 'Best Company' in M&E sector in Great Places To Work survey

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Radio City named the 'Best Company' in M&E sector in Great Places To Work survey

Consistently for the 4th year in a row, Radio City 91.1 FM is also a ‘Great Place to Work’. Ranked amongst the top 25 companies in the country, Radio City 91.1 FM also wins the title of the ‘Best Company’ in the Media & Entertainment sector.

Radio City 91.1 FM believes that a strong workplace culture is based on trusting relationships with the employees & the stake holders. This year the ‘Great Place To Work’ survey has facilitated Radio City with five prestigious titles viz. India’s Best Company to work For 2014 - Rank 25; India’s Best Company to work For 2014 - Rank 1 in Media; Best Companies for ‘Rewards & Recognition’ - Rank 3; Best Companies for ‘Engaging Frontline Staff’ - Rank 2; Best Companies for ‘Fairness in Performance Management System’ - Rank 3.

Talking about the achievement, Apurva Purohit, CEO, Radio City 91.1 FM said, “It is a very proud moment for all of us at Radio City. Featuring amongst the ‘Top 25 best companies’ from over 600 & winning the ‘Best Company’ in the Media & Entertainment segment across the country is not an easy feat! At Radio City we strongly believe in creating an atmosphere conducive to individual development and learning. We make an earnest effort to ensure that we provide our employees with an open & transparent culture that helps them to learn & grow each day. This award is a testimony of all the hard work & dedication that has been put in by the Radio City family. We believe that recognising the achievement of our employees not only builds a positive environment but also encourages them to come up with innovative ideas. I am incredibly proud of each & every Radio Cityzen who has contributed in making Radio City a ‘Great Place to Work’.”

Commenting further  Sagorika Kantharia, Chief People Officer, Radio City 91.1 FM said, “This has been a fantastic year for us. We introduced a lot of initiatives that were appreciated by all our employees. Amongst the best one was ‘Reverse Mentoring’ that provided an opportunity to all our employees to learn new and unique skill from their colleagues in the office. ‘Ring-Aloud’ is another initiative where all the Radio City employees are encouraged to take pride in their own work and share their success story. I am extremely proud that our efforts have paid off & the result is for everyone to see. “

Radio City 91.1 FM has various innovative initiatives that are built around the values of thought leadership and innovation, people orientation, process driven culture & building the best in class consumer experience for listeners & advertisers alike. The ‘Rewards & Recognition’ scheme has been designed to foster a sense of pride & achievement amongst the employees. Various schemes like Sher of the Month, City Ka Sitara, New Now & Partners in Pride are woven around the values.

Radio City ensures that the employees are given the right opportunities to perform and explore their potential & recognize individuals who have made significant contribution towards achievement of organization’s vision thus making it one of the Great Places to Work!


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