‘Frequency’ is aimed to foster employee engagement, while sharing internal developments and new processes within the firm.
Its recently-launched SMILEs app has helped the Company connect better with its workforce.
The startup has devised hiring strategies to bring the right talent on board and nurture them to grow in the organisation.
The primary objective was to instil confidence among employees of its newly-acquired Japanese company and create a common vision for all stakeholders.
Casual fun and innovativeness combined with the required level of seriousness towards business can keep employees motivated, disciplined and loyal.
The programme aimed at offering flexibility at work, brings in the ‘fun’ element for its young workforce, and also helps them build a future.
Rajendra Mehta, chief people officer, who joined DHFL towards the end of 2016, implemented several development initiatives to champion the people’s cause and enhance employee productivity.
The organisation promoted transparency and created several communication campaigns at different stages to drive the transition process.
The Company offers a chance to appeal the decision before being fired, but employees have reportedly described the panel as a 'kangaroo court'.
The Company has identified formal and informal influencers from amongst its employees, and equipped them with a formal change agenda.
The company believes that it will be a big step towards promoting diversity and improving employee experience and will be extended to other OYO offices as well.
Microsoft’s diversity initiative, Leap, is now being extended to women who want to return to work - women who had paused their careers to raise children or care for loved ones.
It is an alternative intellectual hub for India, which will facilitate dialogical engagement with the academia, the creative industries, the corporate world and not-for-profit sectors.
The company organises this loyalty test annually, which comes with a payout of Rs 3.4 lakh.