The company currently has a workforce of around 190 employees and plans to increase its staff to over 600 people by the end of 2022, according to a statement.
Dyninno India, a part of the global Dyninno Group of Companies, on Wednesday introduced a compassionate policy for its employees.
As part of its compassionate policy, the company extends financial support in the case of bereavement in an employee’s immediate family and offers three to six days of paid leave over and above the other entitled leaves, according to a statement.In the unfortunate event of the death of an employee, the employee’s family will receive extended financial support, as per the statement. The medical insurance also includes employees’ immediate families. The insurance coverage can be up to Rs 1 million depending on the employee’s grade. Dyninno India also offers accident insurance cover that is equal to five times the employee’s cost to the company.
Aleksejs Histjajevs, Director, Dyninno India, said, “Our objective is to establish a culture of compassion by strengthening employee support and care. While we have been following the compassionate policy for over a year, we have now added more features to benefit our employees, especially in the current unpredictable times. We also offer robust medical and accident insurance cover to our employees.”
“Dyninno grows talents. I started as a travel agent with the company over nine years ago, and today, I lead operations for the India office. We offer similar growth opportunities for every employee, and with the massive expansion plans that we have for the India office, we are keen to hire diligent people who are eager to learn and want to grow along with Dyninno India,” added Histjajevs.
The company currently has a workforce of around 190 employees and plans to increase its staff to over 600 people by the end of 2022, according to a statement. It commenced its operations in 2019 and continued hiring even during the pandemic. To accommodate its growing workforce, Dyninno India plans to shift to a workspace spanning 52,000 square feet, which is five times bigger than its current facilities, at DLF Cyber City, Gurugram.