Sony Pictures Networks wins SHRM AWARDS
Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN), India’s leading entertainment and sports broadcast network has been recognised for the fourth consecutive year as an employer with the Best Health and Wellness Initiatives. Awarded by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Chestnut Global Partners (a leading global Employee Assistance Program service provider), SPN features among the 10 best companies in India for its health and wellness initiatives.
The SHRM India HR Awards have been instituted as an exemplary platform to recognize organizations that put people first, deliver future focused excellence in the field of People Management, and understand the importance of human capital as a key contributor to business outcomes.
Over the years SPN has created top-notch employee experiences and hasformulated innovative policies and practices(several of which are industry firsts), to nurturethe health and wellness of itsemployees. Some of these initiatives and benefits include a 100-day fitness challenge, employee assistance program, mother’sroom, employee managed groups,mixed martial arts, desktop yoga and flexible annual health checkups alongwith several other engagement initiatives. These have contributed topositioningSPN as an employer of choice, resulting in consistently high employee engagement survey scores and an enviable voluntary attrition rate. SPN has been recognized as one of India’s Best Employers by AON in 2017, and its Distribution business ranks 5th amongst India’s Great Mid-Sized Workplaces.
NP Singh, CEO, Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) said, “Receiving this recognitionfor the fourth time in a row is a matter of immense pride for the entire network. At SPN, we strive to provide innovative options to support our employees and help them stay physically, mentally and emotionally fit. Our employees are the foundation of ourcompany and it is our earnest attempt to create a conducive environment for them. We will continueour efforts to Go-Beyond and deliver enriching career and wellness experiences to our people.”
Smriti K. Singh, CHRO, Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) said, "At SPN, we value our talentand it is our constant endeavor to formulate policies and practices thatenhancethe wellness of our employees. SPN’s commitment to the holistic wellness of ouremployees is a cornerstone of our mission to ensure a happy, healthy and engaged workforce at SPN. We are honoured to receive this recognition yet again. We will continue to strive hard and Go-Beyondto ensure that our employees are healthy and able to be at their best every day at work.”