Announces a special WFH package for global workforce to tide over COVID-19 pandemic
yderabad 14th October 2020: As the entire world is going through an unprecedented situation due to the Covid-19 pandemic, remote work is the new global work movement. UXReactor, a U.S. based full-service User eXperience (UX) design firm with offices in Hyderabad, India, and Colombia, announces a special work from home package where the company makes it more enjoyable for all its employees to work remotely till the end of this year.
UXReactor announces a work from home expense policy across all of its offices where all employees are paid a one time amount of Rs. 7500 for its employees in India and equivalent amount for its employees across US and Columbia. This will include an internet expense of Rs. 500 per month for its India employees till December 2020 for the team. The allowance can be used for home office setups, groceries, meal deliveries, internet bills, and other related expenses. Apart from this UXReactor has also announced additional leaves for festivals like Dussehra, Diwali or Christmas so that the team members can celebrate with their families, unwind and focus on their mental health.
Speaking on the new guidance, Mr. Prasad Kantamneni, Co-Founder, UXReactor said, “At UXReactor, our employees’ health and safety is our top priority. We see the COVID-19 pandemic situation getting worse before it gets better. Therefore, we are extending the work from home directive for our global workforce till December 2020. We have seen amazing work and outcome from the team over the past few months despite the challenges posed by the pandemic. We are highly appreciative of our team and clients who have continued to support and trust us. As a token of our gratitude to our employees and help ease these uncertain times, we want to equip them with the necessary tools to work comfortably from home. We are pleased to announce this Work from Home package which can be used for any essentials they may need to set up a comfortable and ergonomic home office.”