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Bisleri strengthens employee welfare practices to safeguard against COVID-19

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Bisleri strengthens employee welfare practices to safeguard against COVID-19

India, 27th May, 2021-Bisleri, industry leader and India’s most trusted mineral water brand, has initiated a series of activities to ensure its employees, and their families, are protected during the second wave of COVID-19 that has hit the country. The company has provided Ozone Therapy treatments and COVID insurance of Rs.3 lakhs, to their employees. The company has also announced two policies – Covid Insurance policy and Covid death Insurance policy. All employees along their family members (spouse and children) can cover medical expenses up to Rs. 3 lakhs each and this is included under the Covid Insurance policy. The same policy would be applicable for the employee who are on contractual role with the organisation. Since mineral water comes categorised as essential goods and services that are permitted to operate during the lockdown, the company’s management wanted to go the extra mile to ensure employee safety and well-being. The first step towards the welfare of the employees was by boosting immunity through Ozone Therapy where 320 employees were given Ozone shots.

Speaking about the initiatives, Parag Bengali, Director – Enablement, Bisleri International Pvt. Ltd. said, “For Bisleri, our employees always come first. As the entire country is still battling with COVID-19, it became very important for us to ensure our employees’ physical and mental well-being. All our initiatives were put in place to help our people get through this difficult situation together and show that Bisleri cares for them. We wanted to send out the message that we are in this together and that their company stands with them, especially in these tough times.



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