‘Ver­sa­til­ity helps peo­ple fit into suit­able roles’

Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) - Guide - - INSIGHT - Co­or­di­nated by Gauri Kohli

se­nior di­rec­tor of hu­man re­sources (apac & ja­pan), adobe Why is your com­pany a great place to work in?

We fo­cus on in­no­va­tion that keeps our tal­ent en­gaged. Sim­ply speak­ing, our fo­cus is on be­ing a place where great peo­ple want to work. Through­out our or­gan­i­sa­tion, you will find a cul­ture of cre­ativ­ity and col- lab­o­ra­tion. We en­cour­age our em­ploy­ees to main­tain a good work-life bal­ance and thereby our ca­reer of­fers to con­sti­tute a com­pre­hen­sive mix of chal­leng­ing job re­spon­si­bil­i­ties, pro­fes­sional devel­op­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties and scope for com­mu­nity involvement

Your or­gan­i­sa­tion’s most em­ployee-friendly pol­icy?

At Adobe, long ser­vice ten­ure of five, 10 and 15 years is ap­pre­ci­ated through a paid sab­bat­i­cal. This ben­e­fit, which is of­fered across many coun­tries in the re­gion, is one of our unique and muchap­pre­ci­ated ben­e­fit pro­grammes

Your thoughts on in­ter­nal ro­ta­tion of new hires to help them de­cide where they fit best?

In­stead of fit­ting peo­ple into roles, we look for tal­ented peo­ple who are po­ten­tially ver­sa­tile and can move seam­lessly across the op­por­tu­nity lat­tice of Adobe. In other words, if an em­ployee dis­cov­ers af­ter join­ing Adobe that his/her area of in­ter­est is in some other tech­nol­ogy area, we have mech­a­nisms to fa­cil­i­tate the change

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