With the second wave of COVID-19 on the rise, companies in India are turning to flexible policies for all their employees to make working comfortable. Some of the best companies in the country have implemented a policy of 4 working days a week which seems to be the future of the industry. You are helping people deal with mental stress and help themselves, their family and friends in the battle against the coronavirus pandemic.

So which Indian companies are on the way to the future? If you work for any of these companies, consider yourself lucky!

Neil Patel Digital India

Popular digital marketer Neil Patel has his agency in Bangalore. The company just announced its 4 work days a week policy asking people to embrace #AgencyLife in a new way. This policy was implemented for employees in the months of May and June and could be extended depending on the situation in the country.

Swiggy

According to the Economic Times, the company agrees to the policy of 4 work days a week for its employees in May. Girish Menon, Group HR, commented that this policy has been implemented to safeguard all employees, including delivery executives during the second wave.

DDB Mudra Group

DDB Mudra Group took to LinkedIn to voice its concerns regarding last year’s pandemic when the entire industry panicked to find ways to make work efficient. This year, they have decided to adhere to the policy of 4 working days a week to ensure the safety of their employees.

MullenLowe Lintas Group

The entire MullenLowe Lintas Group has announced the policy of 4 working days a week, contrary to what was previously assumed that this policy had only been implemented in its public relations segment.

Expedia

Until May 14, Expedia implemented its 4-day-a-week work policy for employees to ensure their mental well-being and physical health.

The other companies that adopt this policy are,

  1. Pinstorm
  2. Mobile Premier League
  3. Kaizzen
  4. Edelman India
  5. WAT Consult

What policy has your company implemented in the wake of the second wave of COVID-19?

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