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When her employer announced an option to pay her salary by the week instead of at the end of the month, Gargi Mukherjee, a customer success manager at Memechat, a meme creating social networking app, jumped at it. She believes it will allow her to manage her expenses better and give her something to look forward to at the end of the week. “Whether it’s a good or a bad week, receiving a salary at the end of it will pep you up. I know I am getting what I am working for, and it makes me motivated and empowered,” says Mukherjee, 23. The policy kicked off this month.
At Sodexo, the appraisal season has brought cheer, especially to women employees. The French food services and facilities management company says it’s focusing on pay parity “from a gender lens”. The pay parity corrections made in January this year have created a feeling that women are valued. “You feel like a contributor, that the organisation is giving you what you deserve. It will also attract more women as the women employees themselves will be spokespersons for the organization,” says Leah Dango, segment director, FMCG and pharmaceuticals, Sodexo India, and one of the beneficiaries of this effort.