How I became a ‘Thinking Heart’ with Apeejay’s Internal Communications practice

By Vinita Singh Often we do not understand what purpose we have on earth. Does that sound philosophical? I am sure it does. Then suddenly something happens – no matter how fleeting the feeling was – it changes our perception forever giving us a glimpse on what our purpose could possibly encompass. That is what happened to me when someone from our top management wanted … Continue reading How I became a ‘Thinking Heart’ with Apeejay’s Internal Communications practice

Why I cycled for Apeejay’s ISR® NGO partner on my weekend off and how my fitness keeps my finance work sharp

by Sudipto Dey Being part of Apeejay gives me time to pursue a full life out of office. Our decision to announce the working day falling between weekends and scheduled holidays as an off day was a major change which encouraged many employees to pre-plan family vacations well in advance and was as big a change as transitioning to a five-day work week some years back. … Continue reading Why I cycled for Apeejay’s ISR® NGO partner on my weekend off and how my fitness keeps my finance work sharp

Behind the scenes with me, Apeejay’s in-house designer, and our award winning employee magazine

By Anirban Dutta Apeejay Calendar 2019 is getting ready for approvals and Paulina, a marketing colleague in the UK supplying one of the images, delighted me with her questions yesterday. Not everyone understands the creative process or the meaning of a good Design Brief! Owing to the transactional nature of my work with many group companies and departments, I am also guilty of never pushing … Continue reading Behind the scenes with me, Apeejay’s in-house designer, and our award winning employee magazine

Inspired at Apeejay, a Group employee starts solar power production at home

By Renu Kakkar In the last 370 days, I have offset 2.13 tons of carbon, which is the equivalent of 55 trees and driving a car around for 2,25,000 km. If combating climate change was an Xbox game, consider it lost. This game can only be won by having one’s own skin in the game. If none of us has skin in this game, it is … Continue reading Inspired at Apeejay, a Group employee starts solar power production at home

Why there is a bit of Apeejay in everything I have achieved so far as HR

By Ramakrishn Ghosh Working at Apeejay has taught me many things. It is here that I realized that HR is not just a department or a function. It is a position of responsibility – towards the employees as well as the company. It is a process which binds all the departments of a company together and drives them towards the company’s business goals. It provides … Continue reading Why there is a bit of Apeejay in everything I have achieved so far as HR

Memories of Pain and Resilience – The Partition Museum observes the first Partition Remembrance Day supported by Apeejay Trust

By Renu Kakkar I was born to a family, hailing from East Punjab, made refugee during the India-Pakistan Partition. They had escaped in near penury with just a broken skull of their youngest seven year old son Mulkh – my father – during the fateful days of Partition in 1947. Stunned by the unimaginable cruelty of neighbours and friends, my grandfather spurned repatriation to the … Continue reading Memories of Pain and Resilience – The Partition Museum observes the first Partition Remembrance Day supported by Apeejay Trust