Tag: Indigo

Compulsory LWP for IndiGo senior employees

IndiGo has asked its senior employees to go on compulsory leave without pay (LWP) for up to four days every month till September 2021....

Are colleagues family, friends or just teammates?

An email sent by Shopify CEO, Tobi Lütke, to the mangers of the Company last August created a lot of commotion and chatter in...

IndiGo rolls out slew of initiatives to support staff and their...

IndiGo, the Indian low-cost carrier, has announced a host of initiatives to support its employees and their families in these trying times. As Raj Raghavan,...

How to reward brave hearts

Indian Railways pointsman Mayur Shelke needs no introduction, today. The video of the brave heart, risking his own life to save the life of...

Who’s a better hire? Skilled carpenter or an experienced one

There’s a recurring joke that some companies look for freshers with relevant experience. That’s an irony of course and that’s where the joke ends....

God of small things: Integration of work and well-being

Most companies have a full fledged employee well-being programme, and they also spent substantially on these programmes. Yet, the outcome of such programmes is...

“Focus on job sharing, internal talent mobility,” Raj Raghavan

  2020: What to learn – what to erase If someone had told me around this time in 2020, that the world will turn upside down...

‘Apolitical employees’ on social media: By choice or by force?

Recently, an employee of Kannur International Airport was reportedly terminated from his post after the person criticised the state government on his Facebook post....

IndiGo employees to return to work, LWP removed across departments

Ronojoy Dutta, CEO, IndiGo, in a letter to his employees, announced the decision to give paid leave to all employees from January 1, 2021...

Indigo senior leadership to take increased pay cut

Ronojoy Dutta, CEO, Indigo, informed employees via an email that he was increasing his personal pay cut by 10 per cent and urged all...

IndiGo lays off 10% of staff, over 2000 impacted

The ongoing pandemic has impacted many industries around the world, but aviation is by far the hardest hit. Understanding the gravity of the situation, the...

Will managers lose ‘relevance’ in the new normal?

The coronavirus pandemic and the resulting lockdown have been great disruptors. While some disruptions have been really damaging, others have been for the good....

Vinay Jaswal is new HR head, InterContinental Hotels Group

Jaswal comes with varied experience in the telecom, BFSI, education, aviation and hospitality sectors. Vinay Jaswal, well-known HR leader with expertise in business building and culture...

Relieving the lockdown monotony of IndiGo employees

A lockdown can get quite monotonous, especially for people who cannot work from home, such as the employees working for the airlines sector. That is...

Most SpiceJet employees to receive April salaries on May 1

Low-cost carrier, SpiceJet, has announced that most of its employees will be paid their salaries for the month of April. This comes a day...

IndiGo to pay full salaries to majority of employees; revokes announcement...

Low-cost carrier (LCC), IndiGo, has revoked its earlier announcement of pay-cuts during the month of April. It has now decided to pay full salaries...

4D Leadership: Why leaders should lead the holistic way

 This COVID-19 crisis is the right time to showcase holistic leadership or 4D leadership as it is commonly referred to. It can play a...

IndiGo assures no salary deduction amidst temporary flight suspension

India’s budget carrier, IndiGo, has promised its employees no deduction in salary during the temporary suspension of domestic flights. The decision was made after...

Coronavirus: After Air India, now IndiGo employees ostracised

In the midst of this COVID-19 outbreak, IndiGo Airlines on March 23 claimed instances wherein its employees were ostracised by their communities due to their...

IndiGo to impose up to 25% salary cuts from April 1

India’s budget carrier, IndiGo, has instituted pay cuts up to 25 per cent for all employees, starting from April 1, 2020. All employees will...

IndiGo’s training academy awarded for best L&D practices

Ifly, IndiGo’s learning academy, has won awards yet again for its learning and development practices. The academy has been lauded for its significant contribution...

News of IndiGo promoters falling out seems true

Following reports of an alleged fall out between IndiGo promoters Rahul Bhatia and Rakesh Gangwal, an official mail to the employees from Ronojoy Dutta,...

Salary hikes for IndiGo staff after 3 years

IndiGo hiked the salaries of its pilots and cabin crew after almost three years, amidst growing dissatisfaction among its staff over working conditions and...

How IndiGo is flying high in a struggling aviation industry

The Indian civil aviation industry’s rising costs and losses have been dominating the news for some time now. Some giants in the past have...

Raj Raghavan to move from Amazon to IndiGo as Sr VP-HR

After serving his notice period at Amazon, Raghavan will take up his new position at IndiGo in April.

IndiGo’s Sukhjit S Pasricha joins Bajaj Finance as Chief-HR

Pasricha who has joined today as the chief of HR & admin will move base to Pune.

An organisation that promotes whistleblowing

The company has implemented a new programme, ‘ISpeak’, as a part of its whistleblowing mechanism...

How personalised learning can transform capability development in 2021

According to the World Economic Forum, there is a fierce urgency for reskilling in the world, as over one billion jobs have been transformed...

Dilemmas and decision making – How coaching can help leaders at...

Leaders, especially, talented and competent ones, are critical for organisations. They perform well under pressure and willingly step up when required to shoulder a...

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What’s with tech firms luring talent with luxury gifts?

Imagine receiving super bikes, cool gadgets and luxury vacations on joining an organisation. A dream come true? Well, for new joinees at BharatPe, it...
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“Happiness lies in the moment of truth,” Shailesh Singh, chief people officer, Max Life...

.maindisplay{display:none;} Happiness@work is a regular series, where HRKatha talks about how companies are ensuring happiness at work. With work stress and employees’ mental wellbeing becoming...

2,000 freshers wanted at Persistent Systems, Pune

Having recently acquired Sureline Systems, the Pune-based IT company, Persistent Systems, is now on the lookout for talented freshers to be a part of...

Karnataka government proposes cashless insurance coverage to staff

The Government of Karnataka plans to offer its employees a new cashless insurance scheme, Arogya Sri, which is provide more coverage. The proposal is...

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“If CEO is the father of an organisation, CHRO is the mother,” Pankaj Lochan

Q. You have been shuttling between HR and manufacturing roles. Was it a well-thought out strategy or did you just go with the flow...

Binding multi-faceted employees with Titan Values

Titan has different sets of employees for different functions and verticals, ranging from the shopfloor to the retail stores. How do you bring in...

The right people policy for startups – Madan Nagaldinne

You happen to have worked mostly with large organisations. How different is it working for a startup now? When you have worked for big...