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Lifestyle International Recognised as India’s Best Employer in Retail Sector

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Lifestyle International has been recognised as the Best  Company to work for in the retail sector in a study conducted by Great Place To Work Institute and Retailers Association of India (RAI). The study was conducted across various retail organisations in the country to assess the work place culture and employee satisfaction to identify India’s Best Retail Companies to Work For – 2014. Some of the other retail companies that appeared in the list include Titan Company, Shoppers Stop, United Colours of Benetton India, and Future Group.

On winning the award, Kabir Lumba, Managing Director, Lifestyle International, said: “This award is an acknowledgment of our constant endeavour to create a growth-oriented culture and enjoyable workplace for our employees. To be recognised as the best retail company to work in India is a true reflection of what our employees think of us, the trust they place in the organisation and the pride they take in their work.”

Great Place To Work Institute is a global research and consulting firm that works with over 7,000 organisations across 50 countries every year to help them assess and change their workplace culture. It also identifies and recognises great workplaces across the globe in the Best Workplaces Lists.

Retailers Association of India (RAI) works with all the stakeholders in retail for creating the right environment for the growth of the modern retail industry in India. RAI encourages, develops, facilitates and supports retailers to become modern and adopt best practices.

Lifestyle International opened its first store in India in 1999. It is a part of the Landmark Group which is headquartered in Dubai. In the year 2005, the company launched its first specialised, stand-alone home improvement store Home Centre. It currently has 40 Lifestyle and 16 Home Centre stores across India.

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