Wednesday, May 10, 2006

A Day At Work

We need to find jobs which we love and where love is shared. My typical day at work is something like this.

It's a 5-day week for all of us. I start work at 9.30am and I work at least 1 day a month from home. This flexible arrangement means I have more time for my family and friends.

When you get to office, you sense you are part of a very big family. We support each other as friends, rather than bosses and underlings. While we may not always agree, we look out for one another and we encourage positive messages and responsibility. In our efforts to be better people, we are conscious about not leaving anyone behind. We share our rewards as a team.

We have a strong corporate social responsibility culture. You are exposed to some of the country's best sporting, artistic and cultural talents. You get to meet some of the country's most vulnerable communities. There are opportunities for you to be a voice in the industry and in the community. We create work for the elderly, for the less abled and for those who really need work.

Above all, at the end of the day, we know how to pull up our sleeves and have fun! Our colleagues always have something on.

Finally, when you reach home, you reflect about what you have done the past days, the past weeks, the past months or the past years. All these positive images come before you and you believe passionately that the work you do makes a real difference!

Dharmendra Yadav

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