Droom promises to offers 5 times more insurance cover to staff

The online automobile marketplace has launched a Droom Cares initiative aimed at the wellbeing of its employees, dealers and other stakeholders

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Droom, the Indian AI-driven online automobile marketplace, has gone the extra mile to help its employees during these trying times. It has converted its office into an emergency response centre with telemedicine services, nurses, and all basic healthcare facilities. Moreover, taking a step further to ensure the safety of Droomers and their families, Droom has increased the medical insurance coverage by five times this year.

The insurance will now cover parents also. Telemedicine consultation facility has been made available for mental and physical health issues, free of cost, for all Droomers. A unique Buddy Programme has been initiated, where Droom will assign one employee to another who is recovering from COVID-19 and requires assistance.

The Company has announced that it will create a separate budget to help its employees and dealers in the battle against COVID. The initiative, called Droom Cares, is aimed at the well-being of its employees as well as its dealer community and other stakeholders.

Under this initiative, Droom will ensure proper sanitisation of a few healthcare facilities, police stations, clinics, pharmacies, as well as the homes of healthcare workers in Delhi NCR to ensure they are protected from the virus. The Company use Germ Shield, the anti-microbial coating developed by the Company and certified by NALB, FICCI, and Grant Thornton.

It has formed a COVID SWAT team to verify all leads regarding oxygen supply, hospital beds, ICU availability, oximeters, food suppliers, plasma donors, and COVID-related life-saving drugs.

To extend a helping hand to the worst hit small and medium enterprises, Droom has launched programmes for its 20,500+ dealers to help them in the areas of medicines, COVID vaccination, and also provided the facility of an isolation ward for asymptotic dealers with basic medical facilities.

Speaking on the initiative, Sandeep Aggarwal, founder and CEO, Droom, says this is a way to “show our commitment to society by trying to help people in these difficult times.” The Droom Cares initiative “will provide immediate relief to combat the current situation.”

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