While most companies were imposing pay cuts and adopting cot-cutting measures during the pandemic, Quick Heal Technologies gave performance-linked incentives to its employees in May, and is all set to give them a hike with effect from October.
The company that provides IT security and data-protection solutions has successfully hired and digitally onboarded more than 150 new employees during the lockdown, for its security labs, sales team and the R&D wing.
The hiring is expected to continue, with Quick Heal gearing up to diversity its enterprise product portfolio under ‘Seqrite’. It has collaborated with various educational institutions and created long-term and short-term courses on cybersecurity, through its education division, Quick Heal Academy. The objective is to make talent future ready and capable of controlling cyber crimes.
Reetu Raina, CHRO, Quick Heal Technologies, believes that this is the best time to invest in employees and “incentivise them for the hard work and dedication they bring to the table”. She rightly feels that it is the employer’s “responsibility to boost the morale of the employees and help them navigate through the crisis by addressing their concerns and apprehensions.”
Quick Heal simplifies security by offering the ace quality protection against even the most advanced cyber attacks. Its recognized by the brand names, ‘Quick Heal’ and ‘Seqrite’.