We want our people to be in the best of health. Our national office GT One is symbolic of the efforts we put to provide a sustainable working environment. This office of the future plays an integral role in driving change, breaking down hierarchies by promoting flexibility, transparency and sustainability.
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To promote workplace wellness, we roll out various initiatives focusing on the health and wellness of our people: For example, for a healthier lifestyle, regular fitness tips are shared and health camps are organised as we take our people’s wellness as our responsibility.
Read our colleague, Sandeep Mehta’s fitness journey:
Sandeep has been a sportsperson ever since he was a child, and he has been continuing to show his ‘sportitude’ in the Firm’s Sports Fest as well.
I joined Grant Thornton as a senior executive/consultant. In 2004, there was a small badminton and table tennis tournament in St. Columbus. I participated in table tennis and was one of the runners-up.
Later in 2008, there was another small tournament and I participated in badminton doubles with one partner from the Indirect Tax Team. Our team was the runner-up in the tournament. It was then that I realised we should never underestimate ourselves.
In 2010, we went to Rishikesh for river rafting where we were challenged by a volleyball team with four national-level players. I, along with my colleagues, defeated them and set an example of teamwork.
In 2011, the Firm hosted its first Sports Fest in which I bagged the Winner’s Trophy in badminton and was one of the runners-up in table tennis. I kept bagging either the first or the second position badminton and table tennis for three consecutive years. Later on, volleyball was also included and our team was one of the winning teams. In the sports fests of 2014 and 2015, we won the championship trophy.
Engaging in sports is the best way to ensure teamwork and increase collaboration.