Belongingness is not created by big bang initiatives but through small actions: Capital Foods CHRO

Rajesh Srivastava, Chief Human Resources Officer, Capital Foods, said, "We believe that belongingness is not created by Big Bang initiatives but through small actions daily that keep getting displayed consistently, and eventually become a habit.
 
MUMBAI, India - Oct. 20, 2020 - PRLog -- Rajesh Srivastava, Chief Human Resources Officer, Capital Foods, said, "We believe that belongingness is not created by Big Bang initiatives but through small actions daily that keep getting displayed consistently, and eventually become a habit. Hence, all of our initiatives have focused on one core objective: strengthening a culture of happiness."

Covid-19 has led organisations to upturn the strategies to reinforce a sense of acceptance among their employees. Since WFH became a new norm to carry out the business operations, companies have been facing tremendous challenges in ensuring the same.

However, Capital Foods, a parent company of Ching's Secret and Smith & Jones, achieved 97% of employees expressing their sense of belongingness towards the organisation. To ensure a high motivation level among the workforce and check employee sentiment, the company conducted a Human Understanding Measurement Survey.

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