“At the moment, we have finalized it at 1 crore per inch,” the HR of the company revealed. “However once the employee crosses 25 years of age it will be 2 crores for every inch of growth.”
Keshav Mishra, a B-tech mechanical graduate from Patna, now working as assistant manager with Sabka Bank of India, is feeling cheated after working for two long years.
These companies feel Areeb has proven himself successfully on the field and is now equipped to lead and guide a team of young and budding terror executives.
Smokeshwar Singh, a habitual smoker, who joined IT giant TBM yesterday, quit his new job on the first day, as smoking zone in his office was too far away from his seat.
Company’s decision is being seen as a step towards achieving CEO Narayan Shankar’s aim of increasing involvement of employees’ parents in career progression of employees.
As year 2014 moves towards end, Doordarshi Kumar, an IT employee in his mid twenties with around 5 unused sick leaves is claiming to be knowing on what exact dates he is going to fall ill in the next 40 days.
“We finally concluded that as of now, nothing scare us more than our bosses and clients. And we even found a lot of startling similarities between ghosts and bosses,” said Anil, a senior software engineer at Dinosys.
“I found my wife Sheetal on the site,” one alleged victim said, “The photo on the site just before I made the blunder showed this Bollywood celebrity happily frolicking with her hubby on the pristine beaches of Maldives.”
IT Companies across India have taken up the Swachh Bharat campaign very seriously. Apart from usual cleaning of their workplaces and clean desk policy, they have now issued an ultimatum to their employees to keep the desktop of their PC/laptop clean.
It’s one of the many measures which company took to make employees feel special on Engineer’s Day.