- Online food aggregator platform Zomato introduces period leaves for its employees.
- The company introducing up to 10 days of period leaves for its female employees to build a more inclusive work culture in the company.
- Zomato CEO said female employees should have no shame telling that you are on a period leave.
Online food aggregator platform Zomato introduces period leaves for its female employees (including transgenders) to build a more inclusive work culture in the company.
There shouldn’t be any shame or stigma attached to applying for a period left. Female employees should feel free to share things with people on internal groups, or by emails that you are on the period leave. said, Deepinder Goyal, Zomato founder, and CEO.
Furthermore, The company introducing this leave as a part of combat what it was a stigma around the tissue. Through this, the company move is to “foster a culture of trust, truth, and acceptance”.
Moreover, “Over half the world menstruates at one time or another but Accepting that a woman is on her cycle has always been a matter of shame and stigma, especially in the Indian culture. Aiming to eradicate this stigma Zomato has announced period leaves for its female employees (Including transgender people).
“Zomato understands that men and women are born with different biological realities. It is our job to make sure that we make room for our biological needs, while not lowering the bar for the quality of our work and the impact that we create,” said Deepinder Goyal, CEO of Zomato.
Zomato also said, In case, if any women employee face any unnecessary harassment, or distasteful comments from men or women about the fact that you applied for a period leave, please report about them to email@example.com – our prevention of sexual harassment (POSH) team will quickly spring into action