swiggy: Swiggy announces Moonlighting policy to allow workers to take external projects

Food delivery startup Swiggy has introduced a moonlighting policy to allow its employees to take up external projects for pro-bono or economic consideration based on internal approvals.

As per the policy, Swiggy employees can take on projects outside of office hours or on weekends as long as it does not impact their productivity or conflict with Swiggy’s business.

“Swiggy has always strived to understand the diverse aspirations of its employees and to design its organisational policies to suit their evolving needs. With the moonlighting policy, our goal is to encourage employees to pursue their passion without any constraints due to their full-time employment with us,” said the company.

The policy will be available to all full-time employees of Bundl Technologies, the private entity popularly known as Swiggy, including subsidiaries, affiliates, associates, and group companies.

Recently, Swiggy also announced a
permanent work from anywhere policy for its employees, following in the footsteps of social commerce startup Meesho.

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