How modern tech organisations are driving employee engagement

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Forward-looking enterprises have today come past the salary bar as they already extend exciting packages to their employees.

Ultramodern organisations are characteristically known for their unconventional approaches within the market. However, such approaches are not entirely limited to their marketing stints but also reflect in their distinguished way of functioning and engaging employees. The unique environment created by an open work culture and exciting employee engagement have been serving as a bedrock for the start-ups and industry-leading enterprises to retain their key talent, even as competition in the market stiffens.

Forward-looking enterprises have today come past the salary bar as they already extend exciting packages to their employees. The same has led modern business ventures to focus on the differentiator for acquiring and retaining top talent – the company culture. With an unparalleled company culture, businesses are driving engagement with the employees, ensuring a holistic and well-rounded experience. So, let us find out how these tech disruptors are bringing about a disruption on this front.

Cybage: 32 per cent Female Representation in an IT Company

Cybage, an IT consulting organisation, approaches the challenge of employee engagement differently. IT is a field that probably has the lowest women talents, especially in development. This prevalent scenario makes the environment a bit non-conducive for them as a majority of policies become male-centric in IT organizations by default. Cybage is changing this status quo by having a transparent ecosystem with unbiased policies and capability-driven ecosystem. Understanding the unique requirements of female employees, Cybage also offers close-by daycare facilities, late-night transport services, flexible maternity leave policies, and provisions of additional shadow resources.

And guess what its male to female ratio is? The company has 32 per cent female representation, a number that the organization continues to grow every year, despite female engineering graduates only being 29 per cent. Here again, its CSR arm CybageKhusboo finances thousands of female students for their higher education so that a national-level gender balance will eventually be realized.

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