1 week’s paid leave for staff of the Good Glamm Group

The beauty and personal care unicorn hopes this week off will allow the staff to spend quality time with their families


Good Glamm Group or G3 as it is called, the Indian beauty and personal care unicorn, has announced a week-long break for its employees.

Earlier, the Company had launched ‘birthday leave’ for all 2000+ employees, allowing them paid leave on their respective birthdays and presenting them with a birthday voucher.

The South Asian content-to-commerce conglomerate realises what an important role its team has played in its journey and the contribution of its members to its success. Therefore, it hopes that the paid time off from December 25 to January 2, will help the employees spend quality time with family and focus on their personal life. This paid time off will recharge them and infuse them with renewed vigour when they return to work in the New Year.

Kartik Rao, chief people officer, Good Glamm Group, says that the firm understands that “it is time for them to take those long-awaited trips and spend quality time with their family during the festive season of Christmas and New Year.”

Amidst its exponential growth, Good Glamm Group has not ignored its employees. The Group partnered with an NGO—Bigger Than Life, and donated Rs 50,000 to be used for kids’ dental and menstrual hygiene.

The Company is known to focus on employee happiness and regularly organises fun office events from virtual stand-up comedies and Diwali tambolas to employee holidays on their birthdays.

The group also organises monthly engagements along with a special onboarding programme for pre- and post-onboarding connect. In addition, G3 launched the new R&R programme – GoodLight – where it recognises the right behaviours and performances of the workforce.

The startup aims to become the ‘Global Digital first FMCG Conglomerate of the Future’, bringing together brands that millions of users love.

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