Infosys CEO (Chief Executive Officer) Vishal Sikka on his appreciation picked up top 3000 finest performers of the company and surprised them with branded Apple’s new iPhone 6s.
Infosys is top most MNC Company and the largest IT services exporter beats street the highest in 3 years with volume grew upto 4.2 precent sequentially. For the first time ever Infosys CEO, IT outsourcing major ‘Vishal Sikka’ focused on employee’s who has gifted latest iPhone 6s for top 3000 performers as a token of appreciation.
Sikka really surprised that has not been indulged this manner before. The gift labelled as ‘Holiday Bonus’ were delivered to the deserving employees besides a themed letter signed by him. He stood as helm at Infosys presented latest Apple’s gadget for high performers in last year and addressed them as friends (employees). In general he is easing internal processes to encourage.
The gift was accompanied by a mail from Sikka, The mail read: “Thinking back on 2014 feels good, doesn’t it? There was so much you wanted to accomplish with seemingly so little time to do it all. Now, as you stand on the brink of the New Year and look back, there is the satisfying realization that a great part of it actually got done. This feeling is not unlike the one Kahlil Gibran evokes in his lyrical commentary on work – `When you work, you are a flute through whose heart the whispering of the hours turns to music’.”
According to Infosys CEO uttered that they are quite excited by several breakthrough results in quarter third. As per company’s strategy renew and new is being received well by clients and ecosystem. Already it seems to be its early adoption.
Recently HCL Technologies allowed 130 of its top employees the option of either drive home in a gifted Mercedes or to take their families on an all expenses paid trip domestic or international. In Infosys there are 1.65 lakh employees, as on September month the attrition rate stood at 20.1 percent as one of the highest company in India. He personally reached former employees, people who have resigned and asked them to stay back.
“We will provide more tangible guidance on capex in April,” said Vishal Sikka, adding. He also sent a thank you mail to them saying the iPhone was “…A gift that’ll always remind you and your teammates of the exceptional value you delivered for Infosys.”