India’s largest fast food chain has launched a pilot scheme to offer its workers a decent, safe and comfortable work environment.
The company, Axis, has decided to offer the workers a four-week holiday in the city of Patna, starting next month.
The company has also started offering the workers an opportunity to live with their families at its headquarters in New Delhi.
The scheme is part of a push by Axis to attract more workers to the company.
“Axis is committed to bringing the best quality jobs to the country,” said Axis managing director Ajay Gupta.
“The company is taking its efforts to ensure the safety of its employees and providing a safe environment,” he said.
The employees will get a monthly stipend of Rs 5,000 and they will be allowed to take holidays on weekends.
Axis has set up a 24-hour hotline in Patna to get people’s information.
The firm will be conducting a series of training sessions in different locations to ensure safety.
The workers will also get access to a health check-up clinic and a health centre in the capital.
Axes is one of the most successful fast food chains in the country.
It has a turnover of more than Rs 1,500 crore.
The chain’s brands include Dabur, Zizzi, Saffron, Daboor and Muffin.
Axism was started in 2004 by its founder and chairman, Shreyas Gupta.
Since then, it has expanded into a number of categories including pizza, salads, burgers, chicken and fried chicken.
The chain has a large presence in various parts of the country, including Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, Chennai and Hyderabad.