With India ramping up its vaccination drive, people above 60 years of age and those above 45 years with comorbidities are being immunised in the nation-wide vaccination that started on March 1.
“Having invested in employee safety and
during the pandemic – from enhancing safety measures to increasing paid-time-off by offering ‘wellness leaves’, we are now doing our bit to ensuring our employees and their families have easy access to Covid-19 testing and vaccination. Our employees’ health and well-being have always been our one key priority, more so during the last year, when everything around us has been fairly uncertain,” said Chitbhanu Nagri, senior vice-president – people operations, Razorpay.
The organisation has rolled out several initiatives to create a healthy virtual workspace for its employees in the past year, and continues to collaborate with wellness experts to help employees and their families cope with the current times, along with a 24*7 helpline of health experts.
Founded by IIT Roorkee alumni Shashank Kumar and Harshil Mathur, Razorpay is the second Indian company to be a part of Silicon Valley’s largest tech accelerator, Y Combinator. Marquee investors such as GIC, Tiger Global, Sequoia Capital India, Ribbit Capital, Matrix Partners, Y Combinator and MasterCard have invested a total of $206.5 million through Series A, B, C and D funding. Around 33 angel investors have invested in the company’s mission to simplify payments and banking and redefine how finance works in India.