To promote and encourage a balanced work-life dynamic, mPokket, a digital lending platform, has rolled out a ‘don’t-feel-like-it’ (DFLI) strategy. The new work-from-home strategy is aimed at enhancing employee morale, motivation, and mental well-being.
The policy aims to address the obstacles encountered by employees in various locations. It will grant them freedom to work from home on their preferred days, empowering them to effectively handle personal responsibilities while upholding productivity and job contentment.
The policy will allow employees to utilise a maximum of 12 (DFLI) days annually. The leaves would allow them for one remote work day per month. Along with the new leaves, the policy also allows employees general leave types like casual leaves (CL), earned leaves (EL), sick leaves (SL), and maternity/paternity leaves. These leave categories remain unaffected, providing employees with a total of 51 leaves each year, along with maternity/paternity leaves.
Speaking on the new initiative, Gaurav Jalan, CEO & founder, mPokket, emphasised the significance of establishing a supportive atmosphere that fosters employees’ growth, learning, and prosperity. He highlighted that at mPokket, the staff’s well-being takes precedence, directly impacting the company’s achievements. “As a result, through initiatives such as the DFLI policy, we are striving to provide a conducive environment for all employees that enables them to achieve their full potential and grow with the organisation,” he added.
With this new initiative, the company believes in fostering a culture of adaptability and empathy, while also promoting a positive blending of professional and personal commitments.