Gone are the days when companies would try to lure employees to its with claims of giving insurance, increased paid offs, work-from-home benefits, and more.
Work from home has anyway become a mandatory thing which almost all offices are now giving regardless. The coronavirus pandemic really worked for its case and now employees are automatically taking it as a given.
But nowadays, employers and companies are adding luxurious and truly eye-popping incentives to get people to work for them. The Indian fintech startup, BharatPe, is one such that is making waves with their crazy incentives being offered during their current hiring spree.
What Is BharatPe Doing?
BharatPe, an Indian payments platform for merchants and such has just announced on Monday some of the things they are offering in their package for new hires in the tech department.
Ashneer Grover, co-founder and chief executive officer of BharatPe posted on his LinkedIn saying that “We are hiring 100 folks in our tech team. Joining proposition is simply compelling. Cri(work)cation in Dubai during ICC T20 World Cup for the entire tech team, BMW Superbike, in-vogue gadgets for WFH Life, market-leading salaries and life changing equity.”
With this move the company, reportedly in talks with Tiger Global for new funding, will be tripling their technology team.
The company for hires in its tech department is offering two packages, the bike package and a gadget package.
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The bike package offers 5 superbikes that new recruits can take their pick of from:
- BMW G310R,
- Jawa Parek,
- KTM Duke 390,
- KTM RC 390 and
- Royal Enfield Himalayan
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Sources: CNBC, Moneycontrol, Business Insider
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