Voltas' robust plans to ensure business continuity during and post COVID- 19 pandemic
Voltas Limited – a Tata Group enterprise, has been taking proactive measures and initiatives to engage their employees, boost productivity and maintain business as usual during and post the time of the coronavirus pandemic.
Voltas has been encouraging social distancing by initiating remote working protocols and leveraging technology. For this Virtual Meeting Room (VMR) software Cisco has been set up to ensure smooth functioning of all its business functions.
Additionally, several tips on maximizing productivity while working-from-home, such as organizing schedule, leveraging technology, eating healthy, exercising etc. are also shared by the safety mascot, Volty to keep up the morale of the Voltas family.
#WorkFromHome Diaries is another initiative that encourages employees to actively participate by sharing their experiences of working-from-home.
The company continues to emphasize on learning & development of its employees. Their approach development can broadly be categorized into classroom, e-learning, action learning and on-the-job training. These cover a wide spectrum of topics include leadership development, functional excellence, technical training, safety trainings, organizational policies behavioral training etc.
The Voltas Virtual Campus (VCC) in partnership with SkillSoft is a 24*7 gateway to learning that provides employees access to courses on customer service, communication, leadership, strategic planning, management, marketing, project management, operations, sales effectiveness and team building.
Voltas is also reaching out to its vast community of field engineers and technicians via the Mobile learning app Handy Train to sensitize them regarding health and safety by sharing Covid-19 awareness videos. Through the app, Voltas is also creating technical content for the users, resolving queries and troubleshooting, as well as conducting assessment and certifications for its technicians in a streamlined manner. This commitment is extended to over 28000+ workforce that include contract and last mile workers.
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