Metropolis Healthcare (MHL), the diagnostic service company has launched its employee value proposition (EVP) based on the five pillars of trust, openness, innovation, compassion and growth mindset. The EVP statement aptly reads, ‘Taking Life up a Notch’.
The EVP has been derived post many internal surveys and various discussions engaging senior leadership teams, as well as managers and their employees, across levels and functions in India as well as abroad.
The objective is to strengthen MHL’s commitment towards employees and to become the ‘Employer Brand of Choice’.
Acccording to Ishita Medhekar, chief human resources officer, Metropolis Healthcare, “Our EVP reiterates our promise to build and nurture passionate teams committed to making a difference. Our quest for innovation encourages our teams to create ideas that have a lasting impact. All the pillars of EVP converge to ‘Take Life up a Notch’, every single day.”
The Company has been practising these beliefs and values all these years now, but with this initiative, “we have now formalised our EVP and will further build and strengthen it,” said Medhekar explaining that the launch of the EVP “is a significant step for us to further improve and sustain our strong legacy of being an employee-centric organisation”.
Many of the Company’s new policies focus on enhancing employees’ physical and mental well-being at work. Metropolis EVP encompasses all the key behaviours vital in Metropolis’ growth journey. Both existing and potential employees are assured of a strong sense of purpose ensuring fulfilment at work. Each Metropolitan is given room to grow, experiment and excel proving the Company’s commitment to ‘Take Life up a Notch’, in everything we do.
Established in 1981, Metropolis Healthcare has widespread presence in 20 states and 220 cities. It is also present in South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, offering a comprehensive range of 4,000 plus tests and profiles that include advanced tests in diagnosis of cancer, neurological disorders, infectious diseases and an array of genetic abnormalities.