Indus employees run for a cause at Lucknow City Half Marathon
Lucknow, 11 February, 2018: Keeping in line with its culture of promoting employee health and wellness, Indus Towers, India’s largest telecom infrastructure company, today participated in the 2nd edition of Lucknow City Half Marathon. Over 180 employees of Indus, including associates and technicians ran the half marathon to spread awareness around road safety, healthy lifestyle and personal well-being. Contributing towards its credo of ‘Putting India First’, Indus Towers further strengthens its commitment to attain highest standards of health and safety for the local community.
Themarathon, which saw participation from around 6000 people across the differentparts of the city, was inaugurated by Ms. Sanyukta Bhatia, Mayor of Lucknow.Indus employees, with banners on road safety, encouraged people to always useseat belt, wear helmet, and urged them to not use their mobile phones whiledriving. The company was appreciated for its efforts in driving this awarenessand also felicitated with an award for ‘Maximum Participation by a Corporate’by the organizers. Mr. Ajay Duggal, CEO, UP East Circle, Indus Towers receivedthe award on behalf of the organization.
Working onits core values of ExCITE (Excellence, Customer, Integrity, Teamwork &Environment), Indus Towers continues to be responsible and sensitive towardsthe environment, and the communities it operates in. The company maintains thehighest standards of health and safety for its employees. Indus Towers has beenrecognized by the ‘Great Place to Work’ Institute as one of India’s BestCompanies to Work for in 2017 for the fourth consecutive year and awarded thetop slot in the Telecom sector.
The company has consistently worked towards creatingvalue for all its stakeholders in a sustainable manner with commitment towardsgreen initiatives and ‘Putting India First’. Technology innovations continue tobe the backbone of every change envisaged at Indus Towers with focus on drivingdown environmental impact while enabling uninterrupted telecommunicationnetworks.