February 28, 2021

Impetus Infotech, first IT company to initiate organic food for its employees in NCR

Impetus Infotech, a notable IT organization for its employee-oriented initiatives has introduced yet another program adding to its logoprestige. The company has become first of its kind among companies in the whole of Central and North India to serve organic food to its employees across its offices.

The organization is reputed for being attentive towards employee benefits and welfare. It is successful to provide a healthy work environment to employees for their holistic growth. Employee welfare has been the prime focus of the company since its inception. The recent initiative has placed the IT organization among the few companies in India that serves organic meals to their employees.

Impetus provides many facilities such as gymnasiums, yoga classes, regular eye checkups and regular health checkups. Serving organicmeals is a step forward to make its employees healthier. Organic food offers many health benefits and reduces risk of premature ageing and heart diseases as they have less exposure to pesticide and have high nutritional quality.

“We believe healthy employees also reflect the heath of the organization,” says Sanjeev Agarwal, Vice President of Operations & Human Empowerment. He adds that the organization is well aware of the harmful effects of chemicals and pesticides used in food, and is making an effort to protect its employees from the health hazards. “We source organic vegetables and fruits from the local farmers and suppliers to ensure maximum usage of organic and natural ingredients in preparing the meals,” says Agrawal.

Founded in 1991, Impetus is headquartered in Los Gatos in the US. It has development centers in NOIDA, Gurgaon, Indore and Bangalore in India. The company has been awarded ‘Dream Company to Work For’ in IT sector by World HRD Congress in 2015 for its employee welfare programs. It has also been listed in India’s top 100 ‘Great Places to Work’ for three consecutive years in 2012, 2013, and 2014).