As part of this fitness challenge, employees can set daily activity targets on the company’s fitness tracker. But employees have to burn at least 350 calories per day. Employee fitness goals are different for each individual. Employees are required to set their daily goals on the company’s fitness tracker and meet those goals. Nitin Kamath said that those who reach 90 percent of their set targets in days till next year will get one month’s salary as a bonus and similarly as a motivational kicker, a reward of Rs.10 lakh will be given to the lucky winners.
Nithin Kamath said that Zerodha company tries to keep employees active even if they are working from home. Even in the month of April, Zerodha company offered incentives to its employees if they lose weight. Zerodha Company is trying to keep employees healthy. Work from home has increased after Corona.. Employees are not really paying attention to their health. Sitting in front of the laptop and engrossed in work. This company is trying to keep the employees healthy and active.
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But Nitin Kamath said that this fitness challenge is optional. In this fitness challenge, you have to burn at least 350 calories per day. Most of the company’s employees are working from home. Sitting together and smoking habits have increased. Keeping employees active during this time is extremely important. I hope this will inculcate good habits in the employees and their families,” tweeted Nitin Kamat. Bonus and other reward details were also revealed in his tweet.
Nitin Kamat also follows these habits. Since 2020, they have been doing these activities on their own. He set a target of 1000 calories to be burned per day. Last year also Nitin Kamat announced a fitness challenge for his employees. Launched ’12 Month Health Target’ to encourage its employees to give importance to health during the Corona Pandemic.
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