XDBS to Launch Employee First Initiatives
XDBS has implemented significant employee first initiatives to strengthen a positive office culture while also increasing engagement. In today’s competitive market for talent, healthy office culture is imperative. With employees spending most of their time (some 50 hours a week) in the office, it’s no surprise that the Human Resource teams consider developing and nurturing corporate culture and employee engagement to be their number one priority.
The company has always believed in putting people ahead of profits. XDBS is invested in the employees and their welfare, and that has resulted in improved performance and has also increased profitability. XDBS holds a bi-annual volunteer event, where employees volunteer their time for the day. The company rewards employees who volunteer on their own time with gift vouchers and certificates.
The company strongly advocates work-life balance and thinks it is an integral part of every employee’s health and wellness. They encourage quarterly field trips and staycations for all its employees. The company believes these social events help people bond with others on the team they don’t interact with daily and build a better sense of community.
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Another employee’s first initiative the company has undertaken is the “Value-Based Employee Recognition,” XDBS firmly upholds its core values and wants all employees in the company to live by them. Keeping this in mind, the company has created an employee recognition program that is aligned with their core values. The value-based employee recognition program ensures everyone on the team knows how the company’s core values are followed in practice by pointing to specific examples of behaviors that exemplify them. These initiatives inculcate a sense of ownership and enable sustained growth and success, says Mr. Kartik Anand, Chairman, and CEO of XDBS.
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