Star News to showcase 'Great Place To Work Seminar' in 'Office Ho To Aisa'

MUMBAI: Star News is set to air a special series projecting India's best work environment in its show Office Ho To Aisa. The show will feature Great Place To Work Seminar Series 2005 (GPTW) in two half hour specials.

The first episode will air on 4 September, while the second episode will be on 11 September at 6:30 pm. The repeat telecast of the same will air on 10 September and 17 September at 3:30 pm.

The seminar series was organised by Business World in association with Grow Talent Co and Great Places To Work Inc, with Star News as broadcast partner.     

Great Place To Work (GPTW) seminar series is a learning forum that brings together the best companies and provides a platform for senior executives to share their experiences, best practices and evolve solutions and share the same with CEOs and HR Heads of leading companies, informs a media release.

The seminar also awards the top 25 workplaces in India and celebrates their achievements. The media release also adds that GPTW is based on a modified version of the Open Space Concept that allows maximum participation and co-creation of learning by the participants. The Open Space model is defined as an unstructured approach to solve complex problems that entails exploration, learning and innovation.

The following companies took the top honours at this year's Great Place To Work Survey. FedEx Corporation bagged the numero uno slot, with Texas Instruments, National Thermal Power Corporation, MindTree Consulting, Johnson & Johnson, Wipro Spectramind, Infosys Technologies and Cadbury India featuring in the top 25 companies.



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