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Vestian Continues To Rank Amongst India’s Great Mid-Sized Workplaces

Vestian continues to rank amongst India’s great mid-sized workplaces 2021. This is the second year in a row that Vestian has received this honour. It is a testament to the strong team dynamics, cohesion, strength, and efforts of our employees.

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Vestian is a contemporary workplace solutions firm that specializes in providing occupier-focused real estate solutions to corporate end users across markets. As a tenant representation firm, Vestian provides unbiased, transparent, and seamless occupier services, to ensure clients receive the highest quality decision support and achieve best real estate outcomes. As an organization, Vestian is committed to achieving a truly diverse and inclusive workforce, a workforce that finds true meaning in the work they do, and in the value they create. The leadership at Vestian believes in meritocracy, diversity, and inclusiveness at the workplace and this is reflected in all levels and functions of the business.

Vestian continues to rank amongst India’s great mid-sized workplaces 2021. This is the second year in a row that Vestian has received this honour. It is a testament to the strong team dynamics, cohesion, strength, and efforts of our employees.

Vestian believes that people are our core assets, and their empowerment is the key to scalability and longevity. We have consciously incorporated Training and Development as part of work culture to aid our employees with a range of soft skills, industry knowledge including fostering cross-team cooperation for holistic personal and professional development. 

“This year calls for a celebration yet again, as Vestian has been recognised as one of India’s Great Workplaces for the year 2021-2022. This is an acknowledgment of the passion, dedication, and hard work put in by each one of us at Vestian, especially under the current challenging circumstances. This is indeed a very proud moment for us.” says Kunal Asirvadam, Managing Director-Operations, Vestian.

As a relatively young and dynamic workplace solutions firm, Vestian has earned itself the laurel of a great place to work in, both as a deserving business venture as well as an admired employer. Such honor and recognition would not have been possible for a firm that is just a decade old if not for recognising that in business, it is the people that are the true assets.  “The passion, commitment and dedication of our employees coupled with the company’s honest value system, ethics, integrity and transparency, has made the company achieve what it has over the years. We strive to provide our employees with a work environment that inspires them to do their best and thrive. To a great extent, we have succeeded, as we have been able to attract and retain some of the best talent in the industry,” says Shrinivas Rao, CEO-APAC, Vestian. “By building a sense of purpose and belonging to constantly motivate our people, we offer opportunities for employees to grow both personally and professionally. As a result, today we have one of the lowest attrition rates in the industry and boast of a varied set of highly experienced professionals who constantly set new standards of quality and customer services. Investing in your people is one of the best things you can do for your organisation, and this is precisely what we do at Vestian. As a people-centric organisation we strive to empower and enable our people across the board, and that rightly reflects in our work.”

At Vestian, senior management is approachable and lends a patient ear to all. No idea is to too small or unfathomable. All ideas and feedback are welcome and are deliberated upon in appropriate forums.  Meritocracy is recognised and rewarded. As a result, employees feel welcomed, valued, and empowered.

While the real estate sector is not known for its diversity, Vestian boasts of a healthy gender ratio with over 40 percent of the company’s verticals headed by women. Additionally, the company has a lot of pro-women policies as well, like dedicated women’s forum, mentoring and coaching programs to support gender-neutral growth and leadership by skills. Consolidating these gains, Vestian continues to strive for a positive and nurturing work atmosphere and remains committed to further enhancement of the culture and values that has been collectively created. 

It is not all work and no play at Vestian! There is a wide range of initiatives that encourages and motivates employees to give their best while staying engaged. Right from achiever’s trips every year to devoted mentoring and coaching programs for high-performing individuals, from corporate memberships to dedicated women-centric forums, Vestian enables its employees to find value both on the professional as well as the personal front.

The organization’s empathy for its workforce also reflects in its emphasis on Employee Wellness initiatives, especially in the recent times of the pandemic. As employees transitioned to remote working, Vestian helped them settle into the WFH model and create a healthy work-life balance. Also support by way of readily available anonymous consultations with specialists to enable physical and emotional/ mental well-being was also made available. When the second wave of COVID-19 hit closer home, apart from adopting and following the requisite protocols, the organisation also created a core team to assist not only employees and their near and dear ones, but also clients.

Today, the company has completed assignments and projects across 90 locations in 5 countries including the U.S., U.A.E., India, Sri Lanka, and China. The company’s biggest strategic thrust now, is to work on international growth and expansion to other parts of the world. The leadership at Vestian envisions the company as one that has good workforce diversity, embraces technology, and is able to raise the bar for the industry; that creates an environment where people don’t say TGIF, but utter Thank God It’s Monday’s!

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