“We have built the organization on a culture of meritocracy, but the truth is that these same policies and processes may not give some of our employees the best chance to thrive. We champion cognitive diversity, so we can do our best, “he added.
Dhindsa noted that the company “still has a long way to go” but has taken steps to build a “more supportive, inclusive and diverse organization”.
The company has more than 2000 employees.
“We want our employees to think like owners of the organization and, therefore, assign ESOPs (employee share ownership plans) to employees, so that they can share the wealth and value they create for the company. organization.
“More than 24% of our employees already have ESOPs in the company, and we will continue to integrate more manufacturers into this group,” he said.
The Zomato-backed company has also removed probation and notice periods.
“We trust our people and want to build with mutual respect, rather than relying heavily on politics. Politics shouldn’t push people to do something they wouldn’t want to do in their absence,” Dhindsa said. .
Women and transgender employees at Grofers can benefit from up to 10 days off per year, he added.
“We are offering 26 weeks of paid maternity leave and two weeks of paid paternity leave for parents of newborn babies, including surrogacy and adoption cases, and for same-sex partners who do not give birth. .
“New parents receive an endowment of 50,000 rupees per child when they welcome their child into the world,” said Dhindsa.
Apart from that, Grofers is now strongly indexing people’s growth demand and actively investing to help them acquire more problem-solving and leadership skills to help them grow along the way, he added.