Employees will now be able to take a nap for half an hour during office hours, and startups are taking unique steps.

Employees will now be able to take a nap for half an hour during office hours, and startups are taking unique steps.

Official Knap Time: Some companies have taken steps to reshape the relationship between employees and the company.
Employees will now be able to take a nap for half an hour during office hours, and startups are taking unique steps.

Official Knap Time: Who doesn’t like to take a nap, obviously everyone will. But have you ever wondered how much better it would be if you could do this during office hours? It sounds like a fantasy but now it is about to become a reality. Well, the startup may have heard of you. Last week, an Indian startup announced a Right to Knap initiative to help employees get a good night’s sleep at work. Many startups or companies of the new age are stepping up their efforts to facilitate their employees. Companies are focusing on employee-focused policies, such as eliminating the attendance system and offering free leave, among other things. Companies such as Wakefit, Dream11, Beeto, Zepto and others have taken steps to reshape the relationship between employees and the company. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic and the home-based system, many companies have called for disconnection between employees and employers. Experts say this has led to an increase in job losses for employees in all sectors. As such, startups are making new efforts to change the traditional way of making corporate policies.

Companies are doing this for employees.

Week fit

Wakefit, an Indian startup, has announced a special policy for employees. It will have official sleep time. The company announced that employees can take half an hour daily from 2pm to 2.30pm. Chaitanya Ramalingagouda, Co-Founder, Wakefit, said: “We’ve been in the sleep business for over six years and have so far failed to do justice to one important aspect of comfort – an afternoon’s sleep. Will deal well.

Dream 11

The company has decided to launch the program ‘Proximity to Stadium’, where ‘Stadium’ represents the office. Under the program, the company will contribute up to Rs 1 lakh per month as HRA, according to a report in the Economic Times. In another policy called Immediate Transfer Policy, the company is encouraging employees to travel back to Mumbai. In addition to the accommodation fee at the five star hotel, the transfer costs will be paid for a period of three weeks. Employees can also travel with their families.

The Good Glam Group

This startup has gone a step further by eliminating the attendance system for its employees. The ET report states that the company has also introduced a boot called Amber. ChatBot connects with employees and talks to them about how they are feeling and so on. This should tell the company which employee is facing work problems.

Zipto

Instant grocery delivery platform Zepto may announce holiday payment program this week. Under the program, employees can go on leave and will be paid in full by the company. In addition, the first startup introduced a custom benefits program where employees can choose the best benefits for themselves from a number of options.

beato

According to ET, the startup launched an initiative where employees are allowed to have one-on-one meetings with the company’s founders. This will help the employees to express their concerns clearly and directly.

Shri Mokambika Info Solutions (SMI)

The Madurai-based startup has announced that it will provide free matchmaking services to employees. In addition, all employees will receive a pay rise every six months. The company used to give increments to its employees from the first day of their married life.

Seven rooms

The hospitality company has introduced a special kind of bonus for new employees. Prior to their first day in office, the newly elected employee may go on a 14-day leave and the company will pay all expenses.


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