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OCS India recognized as 'Best Employer in Facilities Management 2018'

ANI | Updated: Jun 14, 2018 15:07 IST

New Delhi [India], June 14 (ANI-NewsVoir): OCS India is thrilled to have won the 'Best Employer in Facilities Management Award' at the recent Madhya Pradesh Facilities Management Leadership Awards 2018, which recognises the achievements of organisations that demonstrate excellence in the workplace.
With a workforce of 18,000+, spread across more than 1,300 sites, OCS India is one of the largest facilities management companies in the country. This recognition is a testament to OCS's winning culture that supports creativity, ideation and improvement and empowers our continued success.
Commenting on the win, Sumit Sabharwal, Managing Director - OCS Group India said, "As a global organisation, OCS believes that a great workplace culture is the foundation of any successful business. We strive to provide our people with an inclusive and transparent working environment that fosters a positive work culture, a healthy active lifestyle and collaborative teams. This award affirms our commitment to our employees and motivates us to put in the extra effort to lead and help drive a cultural change, making it easier for us all to achieve our goals. I would like to congratulate everyone at OCS India for translating the vision into reality."
OCS India has been recognised at several other ceremonies recently having been awarded 'Best Agency - Engineering & Housekeeping' by its customer, Lulu Group International, in recognition of outstanding service support and innovative solutions, as well as winning the most number of awards at the ET Now's Facility Management Awards 2018 held in February this year.
"People are any organisation's greatest asset and when empowered, they become the brand ambassadors of the company. OCS is committed to encouraging employees to generate ideas and to 'think outside the box' to come up with new ways of doing things. This creates a sustainable business that's 'Here Today, Here Tomorrow'," added Sabharwal. (ANI-NewsVoir)

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