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MSM Media Distribution amongst 'India?s top 50 companies'

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MUMBAI: MSM Media Distribution (MD), the wholly owned subsidiary of Multi Screen Media (MSM) has been ranked 31st amongst ?Top 50 India?s Best Companies to Work For in 2015? by global research organisation - Great Place to Work Institute India in association with Economic Times.

MSM Media is the sole company to feature in this list from the television industry.

In its 12th year, 700 organisations from over 20 industries participated in ?India?s Best Companies to Work For? study. Great Place to Work Institute is a firm that assists organisations identify, create and sustain great workplaces through the development of high-trust cultures.

According to the institute's research, a great workplace is one where employees trust the people they work for, have pride in the work they do and enjoy the people they work with. Any workplace can be measured through five dimensions: credibility, respect and fairness, as well as pride and camaraderie.  

MSM CEO and MSM Media Distribution chairman of the board NP Singh said, ?I am elated to see our team resonate the vision I envisaged for MSMMD and work towards making it a reality. MSMMD culture is built around exceptional people, and there is nothing more rewarding than to see that our colleagues feel deeply connected to the organisation on an emotional level. I look forward to the team achieving further milestones in the years to come.?

?We as an organisation constantly strive to help our employees understand that their work has more meaning than ?just a job?. We constantly collaborate with colleagues and evolve offerings that unlock our Individual Potential to excel at work. We have always believed that we are a great company and this accolade further validates the same. The credit for this recognition goes to our entire team which very clearly is the best in the industry. We are a team of passionate people with core values that create a great culture within the organization. This is the primary reason for our unprecedented success year on year,? added MSM Media Distribution president Rajesh Kaul.

MSM Media Distribution human resource director Hema Malhotra stated, ?It's indeed a privilege to be featured in the Great Places to Work. Trust is the single most important ingredient in making a workplace great.  Our employees are our most important assets and this award truly recognises MSM Media Distribution?s commitment to building an admirable workplace through focused initiatives for our employees. We just don?t create employees we nurture leaders within us. Our workplace is one that attracts people that are characterised by inclusive environments in which all employees participate in the cultural life of the organisation. We as an organisation also believe in working hard and partying even harder. This recognition from GPTW is extremely encouraging and motivating for our continuous efforts towards becoming the most preferred workplace for the associates as well as potential talent.?

An organisation can create and sustain a great workplace culture by implementing great practices across nine people practice areas: inspiring, speaking, listening, developing, caring, thanking, hiring, celebrating and sharing. MSM Media Distribution undertook the Trust Index Survey, which surpassed all the industry percentage of positive responses. 

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