Foundation of Reproductive Health Services India certified as a ‘Great Place to Work®’ in India
New Delhi: Foundation of Reproductive Health Services India (FRHS India), a leading Indian Non-Governmental Organisation which provides personalized contraception and safe abortion services has been certified as a ‘Great Place to Work®’ by the Great Place to Work Institute, a global authority on recognizing high-trust, high-performing workplace cultures.
FRHS India has been awarded this certification for its work towards driving an environment of growth, engagement and work-life balance within the organisation. Over the years, FRHS India has strengthened its position as an organization that encourages its employees to focus on their priorities, fostering a culture of strategic and innovative thinking. This, in turn has helped FRHS India attract and retain talent.
Commenting on this milestone, Mr V.S. Chandrashekar, Chief Executive Officer, Foundation for Reproductive Health Services India said, “We are proud and delighted to receive the certification from Great Place to Work®️ Institute. Great workplaces just do not happen; they are made by years of building and sustaining a high-trust and high-performance culture. At FRHS India, we believe in creating a work environment that is conducive for team members to perform their best and provides ample time for personal and professional growth. An environment that respects every team member and encourages them to articulate their views without fear helps make FRHS India a great place to work. We are constantly empowering colleagues in ways that inculcate a spirit of ownership and camaraderie in advancing our mission. We hope that we will continue to raise the standard and surpass our benchmarks in the years to come”.
Every year, Great Place to Work Institute collaborates with more than 10,000 organizations across 60 countries for assessment that are characterised by great leadership and consistent employee experience. The assessment involves a stringent culture audit and an anonymous employee survey based on proprietary ‘Trust Index’ model developed by the Great Place to Work® Institute.