Workers don’t want sweets or dry fruits as items this festive season (Diwali). A survey by fintech startup Zeta discovered that 48 % of workers discover sweets and dry-fruits to be the least fascinating items.
This survey, carried out amongst 1,712 Zeta customers, discovered that 9 % of all workers go on the items they obtain to another person.
Usually, around 55 percent of all employees receive gifts from their companies during festivals, birthdays or upon completion of a milestone. A box of sweets is the most common item gifted to them. Alternatively, items playing cards, money bonuses or home goods make for good items.
Whereas a number of corporations have began giving present playing cards, the numbers are nonetheless low. The survey mentioned that 44 % of all organisations don’t even have the idea of giving company items.
Smriti Somani, Advertising and marketing Head, Zeta, mentioned that workers today desire the liberty of alternative on the subject of company gifting.
“An open loop card, which can be utilized throughout retailers, manufacturers or an possibility that permit’s workers select from a number of manufacturers have gotten the norm today,” she mentioned.
Aside from the truth that workers don’t like sweets, their restricted shelf life is one more reason for why some corporations have moved away from this selection.
Additional, Somani mentioned that for employers, pilferage has all the time been a priority. And with corporations rising in measurement and workers working throughout geographies, the issue solely compounds.