| 28 Jan 2022
Music Broadcast Ltd gets featured in Top 10 æIndiaÆs Best Companies To Work'

MUMBAI: Radio City, a part of Music Broadcast Ltd, ranked eighth  amongst 100 best companies in ‘India’s Best Companies to Work For 2018’ -  a study by The Economic Times and Great Place to Work® that recognizes organizations that are great employers. Music Broadcast Ltd. is awarded the best place to work at in Media and Entertainment industry and Career Management category. The study measures employee experience and evaluates the people practices of participating organizations to arrive at the final list of companies. The survey is being conducted for the 10th time in India with more than 600 participating organizations this year.

Radio City prides itself in the culture and legacy of the organization, with exceptional leaders and mentors who support employees in their personal as well as professional growth. The low attrition rate and the high level of employee satisfaction is proof of the healthy environment of the organization.

Radio City CEO Abraham Thomas said, “It is a matter of great pride for each one of us today, as Radio City ranks 8th amongst India's 100 Best Companies to work for, just in time for our 17th Anniversary. We, at Radio City, believe that culture and people are directly proportional to profitability. So putting people at the forefront was always a priority for us. We foster a culture that instils collective trust, loyalty and respect that every employee feels towards his organisation and peers. These attributes in essence make Radio City a Great Place to Work.”

Jagran Group HR Head Sagorika Kantharia said, “A culture that recognizes and nurtures talent, supports individual growth and provides an environment of trust, accountability and integrity is what sets Radio City apart from other organizations. There are not many Indian companies who made it to Top 10 in the list, so we are really honoured to be the eighth best company in India to work for. Besides, we believe that our vision of becoming the most influential audio network across the country can only be achieved with a collective effort of all of our employees. We strive to make sure every employee feels a sense of belonging to Radio City’s culture.”

Music Broadcast Ltd. was especially called out for its employee recognition programs like Cheers to Peers, which allows employees to know and express gratitude to their colleagues, ‘Star of the month’, that recognizes star performers on a monthly basis, City ka Sitaara and CEO Award, which are the annual awards for exceptional performers, etc. Radio City is also appreciated for its ‘Get into the Groove’ practice which allows management trainees to get hands-on experience of managing a project under the guidance of a senior mentor. Radio City is known for fostering a recognition-rich culture with people at core of the organization’s foundation.