Tech Mahindra, one of the earliest moonlit backers, is a digital rather than a legacy company, which makes it supportive of the hustlers, a top official said. said on Tuesday. The Mahindra group company has yet to issue a policy in this regard as it should be something that is compliant with local laws in the more than 90 countries in which it operates, CEO and CEO CP Gurnani of the company told reporters here.
“There’s a difference between legacy and digital (the company). We’re a digital company,” Gurnani told reporters, when asked if he was surprised by the way his colleagues looked. respond to this problem or not.
Gurnani was quick to add that he did not wish to comment on the rivalry.
In a broad sense, ‘digital’ refers to new age transactions that go beyond those structured on older ways of delivering services.
Gurnani said the company expects employees to go ahead and disclose about being recruited into some other companies, adding that key aspects such as values, ethics, transparency will not be compromised. offense.
“As an executive, I’m happy if someone is productive… All I’m saying is asking permission and letting us know what you’re up to. That helps too. him or her,” Gurnani said.
He made it clear that currently, there is no policy at the company that allows any of its more than 1.63 lakh employees to take two jobs without permission, and made it clear that the company could also take action if any violations are found.