OnePlus India launches plethora of mental health initiatives
Programs include sessions with experts on healthy eating and emotional well-being, mindfulness practice meditation sessions, as well as yoga sessions with cardio-based benefits and muscle building. ‘energy.
âWe are also planning webinars with industry experts on creating greater awareness of our personal investment in mental health. greater community awareness, âVikram Kapur, director of human resources department, OnePlus India told ET.
Organized Mental Health Sessions are an extension of the current suite of corporate wellness initiatives that aim to support and promote employee well-being and maintain a positive work environment.
The company has also implemented free fitness and yoga sessions, as well as mental health counseling and therapy sessions, supplemented by dietary counseling, to ensure that employees’ mental and physical health is taken care of. in charge and have adequate stress relief mechanisms. . Employees also get special time off where teams come together to take a day off without the guilt or burden of the rest of the working team.
OnePlus India currently has more than 500 employees working in its offices in Bengaluru and Hyderabad. During the first half of 2021, it experienced a more than 40% year-on-year increase in its workforce growth in India, accounting for both direct and indirect jobs, including its service sectors and of retail.
The company also set up a new camera lab at its R&D center, which benefited from dedicated contributions from the local team of engineers who were recruited to work full time in the camera lab. . This team of engineers in India have also worked closely with global R&D teams as well as other global stakeholders to create camera innovations and significantly contribute to OnePlus Nord 2 5G, the latest addition to the Nord range of smartphones.
âAs part of our expansion efforts, our biggest upcoming project is the OnePlus Experience Store in Bangalore, which will be the largest OnePlus Experience Store in the world. Here we are looking to build a team of over 50 dedicated people. to managing department store operations, âKapur said.