HDFC Life has deeply engrained the value of “People Engagement” in its CSR initiative. The company believes in involving its employees in various social initiatives. It provides various platforms to its employees for contributing towards the betterment of society. One such platform for employee engagement is Swabhimaan-Give India payroll giving program. HDFC Life has been collaborating with Give India, a fundraising platform since Feb 2008 for the program. Through the Swabhimaan-Give India payroll giving program employees can contribute as little as Rs. 100 per month, for a social cause, by allowing a monthly deduction from their salary. By partnering with Give India, HDFC Life ensures that hard earned money of our employees is only contributed to credible NGOs. Give India has a stringent due diligence process for selecting NGOs that feature on its website for receiving contribution.
This program helps our employees to create a strong impact in the lives of the underprivileged through small, yet effective contributions. Our employees are also able to follow up utilization of their contribution. This not only encourages the culture of social giving in the company but also positively engages the company’s employees.
HDFC Life has been successfully running the program with an exponential increase in the number of enrolments since 2008 and till date more than INR 72 Lakhs has been contributed through GiveIndia across 10 causes- Children, Disabled, Education, Elderly, Employment, Environment, Health, Women, and Youth.
Mr. Ghag joined HDFC Life in September 2009 and has been spearheading the Human Resource function since then. Before HDFC Life, he was associated with DHL Express as Head of HR for India and Senior Advisor - Quality and Processes (First Choice Programme) for South Asia. He was one of the important members of the board and has travelled extensively across the globe as a trainer as well as a participant of various management conferences.View Complete Profile
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