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Sony Pictures Networks India is recognized asone of India’s Top 100 Best Companies for women

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MUMBAI: Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN), India’s leading entertainment and sports broadcast network, has been ranked for the 2nd consecutive year, asthe Top 100 Best Companies for Women to work in India. This award is based on a prestigious study conducted by Working Mother, a global leader on gender equity, and AVTAR, a pioneer in diversity and inclusion in India. SPN is the only media and broadcast network to be featured inthis year’s top 100 companies.Empowering women and attaining gender equityhas been SPN’s key focus area and the network has taken consistent efforts in this direction. 

Currently in its third edition, the Best Companies for Women in India (BCWI)study, aims to recognize and highlight the sustained initiatives undertaken by companies to increase women workforce participation. The 2018 edition had 345 participating companies from across industries. This study was done with the most rigorous, credible and comprehensive methodologies on performance measured across seven key policy clusters namely, workforce profile, flexible work, women’s recruitment and retention, benefits, paid-time off/parental leave, company culture, safety and security.

Over its 23-yearjourney, SPN has undertaken several award-winning initiatives to create a work atmosphere in which employees can truly fulfil their potential. SPN places emphasis on values, culture and fosters an environment of transparency and empowerment. SPN was one of the first organizations in the country to extend maternity, adoption and surrogacy leave up to 6 months, well before the law mandated it. Pregnant women can also avail preferential parking in the office premises. Further, the network has a special provision of a mothers’ room across its offices, where a new mother can pump and store milk for her baby, and offers near-site crèche facilities for employees to avail for their children. SPN also prioritizes women’s safety, reflecting it in several initiatives such as providing transportation for employees working late, sensitizing employees on prevention of sexual harassment (POSH) and training women employees in self-defense techniques.

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