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Corporate India's new mantra for employees on leave: Do Not Disturb

Plan your own leave, unlimited paid vacation days, and multiple leave options are India Inc's attempt at respecting time off

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Swapnil Joglekar New Delhi
As the day draws to an end, a man enters the cabin of the manager. He pulls out his laptop, and places it on the table. Then he picks up a safety pin, opens the sim tray of his smartphone, and places the sim card on the table, too. He then bids the manager goodbye and leaves for his vacation. 

This is not a scene from a spy thriller. This is the procedure followed at AU Small Finance Bank (SFB) when any critical role holder goes on a mandatory leave.

As Vivek Tripathi, head of human resources at AU SFB,

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First Published: Jan 23 2023 | 10:34 AM IST

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