An IT Company known SoftGrid Computers in Madhya Pradesh supports healthy work life and forces employees to go home once their shift gets over.
Keeping it short
- An Indore-based IT Company wants its employees to have healthy-work life balance
- The IT company forces employees to get back to their homes once the shift gets over.
- There is a strict policy of no calls or emails after shift hours.
By Crox Media Desk: Have you ever imagined a company that is against overworking? Those who have a 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM job and have no relaxation to work once their shift gets over won’t likely have such a desire. But people who have worked beyond their working hours might be a little surprised to know that an Indore-based IT Company is completely against extra working hours beyond their official timings.
A company called SoftGrid Computers in Madhya Pradesh supports healthy work-life balance and forces employees to go home once their shift gets over. In a LinkedIn post, the company’s HR revealed that the official system sends a reminder to employees, informing about this company policy and alerting them that their systems will get shut down after 10 minutes if they don’t go home or stop working.
“This is not a promotional and imaginary post; this is the reality of our office. My employer supports #workfrombalance. They put this special reminder, which locks my system, which looks at my desktop after business hours and issues a warning” the employee revealed. HR also revealed that the company also restricts official calls and emails after business hours.”
The HR Explicitly mentioned that this is not a promotional post and that people who want to have a healthy work balance can join this company. Soon after this post went viral, the comment section was filled with views and opinions. Some people criticized it as they said there would be pressure on the employees as they need to finish the work before their working hours while others encouraged the effort and said this would provide them healthy working benefits.
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