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Swiggy announces moonlighting policy that allows employees side gigs

Projects should be outside office hours and must not clash with the food delivery company's business

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Swiggy last week announced a permanent work-from-anywhere policy for the majority of roles after taking feedback from several managers and employees

Peerzada Abrar Bengaluru
Swiggy employees will be allowed to work on external projects for money or pro-bono, said the food delivery firm on Wednesday about a moonlighting policy that it claimed is the industry’s first.

Moonlighting should be outside office hours or on weekends, must not affect productivity or clash with Swiggy’s business. The Bengaluru-based company has around 5,000 employee and it works with more than 200,000 restaurant partners and stores in India.

“Our goal is to encourage employees to pursue their passion without any constraints due to their full-time employment with us,” said Girish Menon, head of human resources at Swiggy.

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First Published: Aug 03 2022 | 8:07 PM IST

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