Dyninno India, a part of the global Dyninno Group of Companies is looking to expand its 190- strong workforce to at least 600 by the end of 2022. It has also introduced a compassionate policy for its employees, wherein it will offer financial support to them in case of bereavement in the immediate family. The affected employees will also be able to avail three to six days of paid leave in addition to the usual entitled leaves in such a case.
In case of the death of an employee, the immediate family will receive extended financial support.
The Company, which provides products and services in the travel, finance, entertainment, and technology sectors in 50 markets, is aiming to “establish a culture of compassion by strengthening employee support and care,” says Aleksejs Histjajevs, director, Dyninno India.
The compassionate policy has been in place for over a year, but has been enhanced with more features to benefit the employees, given the uncertainty that prevails.
Histjajevs reveals that the Company offers “robust medical and accident insurance cover” to its employees.
The medical insurance offered covers employees’ immediate families, for up to INR 1 million depending on the employee’s grade. Dyninno India’s accident insurance cover is equal to five times the employee’s cost to the company.
Having commenced operations in 2019, Dyninno continued hiring even during the pandemic.
Given the growing workforce, Dyninno India plans to shift to a five times bigger facility, spread over 52,000 square feet, at DLF Cyber City, Gurugram.
Histjajevs himself started off at Dyninno as a travel agent over nine years ago, and today he leads the operations for the India office. According to him, the Company offers “growth opportunities for every employee, and with the massive expansion plans that we have for the India office, we are keen to hire diligent people who are eager to learn and want to grow along with Dyninno India”.
Founded in 2004 in San Francisco, the Dyninno Group has 3,500 employees, globally, in its offices across the US, India, the UK, Colombia, Latvia, Russia, Moldova, Romania, Egypt, and the Philippines.