What makes a Top Workplace? We asked people at our 50 Top Workplaces why they love their jobs. Raul Rojo, Miriam Nolasco and Cesar Montalvo respond for Norsan Media.
As DJs on the “Los Hijos de la Mañana” morning show on La Raza 106.1 FM - where they combine jokes, listener calls and Mexican regional music - they’ve worked together for three years. But Cesar Montalvo, 35, Raul Rojo, 38, and Miriam Nolasco, 34, all started at Norsan Media years earlier, and call the Hispanic media conglomerate a workplace that values its people and provides them with opportunities to advance.
Norsan Media gave Montalvo, who started 10 years ago producing commercial for the station, the chance to realize his lifelong goal of becoming a DJ. Nolasco, at the company seven years, is also chairwoman of the Caring Community, which provides emergency assistance for employees in need: “Everybody’s going to be fine in this company.” And as much as they enjoy working within the studios and offices inside an office high-rise along East Independence Boulevard, they also get a kick out of running into listeners in public. “ ‘How are you? I like the show, I like the music,’ ” says Rojo, at the company for five years. “It’s very cool because when you go outside, they wait for you.”