Aditya Puri, HDFC Bank Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Managing Director, in an try to spice up the morale of its employees, assured them that their jobs, bonuses and increments are secure.
Amid the pandemic, when companies the world over are exploring new methods to work, Puri’s assertion has come as a sigh of reduction for lakhs of its employees. Aditya additionally added that the bank is doing properly, has enough capital. Puri additional talked about that the bank might put earlier than sturdy figures within the just lately ended July-September quarters and extra to come back.
According to Mint, Aditya Puri reached out to employees in a video message saying, “Not only are your jobs secure, your increment is also secure. Your bonus and your promotion are secure.”
“The bank is doing well. We have all the capital that we need. Our portfolio is not under strain. We are aggressively using our distribution and technology advantage,” Puri added.
Last week, Aditya Puri mentioned the lender’s enterprise is returning to pre-COVID ranges and full normalcy is predicted to be restored quickly.
Launching the second version of the bank’s ‘Festive Treats’ gives, Puri additionally urged prospects to shake off the gloom and return to the shopping for mode.
“COVID has created hassles in all our lives, we have to stay with it for some time. But we have to change the environment and this state of mind.
Our endeavour is how to change this.”
“As COVID has come, it also has to go one day and in any case, the whole world has to learn to live with this. You choose how to live with it, either complain or adjust by being safe and adapting to the situation,” he mentioned.
Puri mentioned enterprise is getting again to regular now and going ahead it will likely be absolutely again to pre-COVID ranges.
Through the ‘Festive Treats’ platform, prospects can avail particular offers on all banking merchandise — from loans to bank cards — in addition to greater than 1,000 gives from main retailers throughout product classes. Besides, it has over 2,000 hyperlocal gives to cater to semi-urban and rural areas.
(With inputs from PTI)