Barbeque Nation ranked as leading ‘Great Place to Work’ in F&B sector

Barbeque Nation has been recognised as one of the best employers in India and has won a leading rank in “Great Place to Work, 2016”survey and awards.

Since 2006, Barbeque Nation, one of the leading casual dining chains in India has garnered fans and continually retained its loyal customers. Within a decade, the brand has been recognized as
one of the best employers in the Food & Beverages sector.

This year, the ranking has been awarded on the parameters of confidential employee feedback from 800 organisations across industries, by Great Place to Work® Institute, India. The surveyed organisations were studied under two dimensions.

All the participating companies are evaluated primarily on the basis of their employee’s responses to the survey which is given 2/3rd weight.

The remaining 1/3rd of the score is derived from Culture Audit a questionnaire seeking to understand the people practices, philosophy and values of an organisation.

First, being a unique employee-centric framework that measures the levels of trust, pride and camaraderie established at work. Second, through a questionnaire seeking to understand the people practices, philosophy and values of an organisation.

Commenting on the announcement, Mr. Sameer Bhasin, CEO, Barbeque Nation Hospitality Ltd. said “We are elated to be one of the leading employers in the F&B sector. Restaurants are infamous for their stressful work environment and long work hours. However, at Barbeque Nation we believe in doing things differently. The goal is simple - giving our customers a great experience without compromising our employee’s work satisfaction. At any restaurant, a happy team will provide better customer service and a better, more personalised dining experience. As a team, we take pride in this award and will continue our efforts towards enriching the work culture at Barbeque Nation.”

What was liked about Barbeque Nation: “The Employees of this restaurant chain uphold the principle of NO TIPS, which has a great impact on operational culture. The company has strived to foster a respectful and collaborative work environment, where colleagues are like family and seniors are akin to family elders”

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