SurveySparrow extends remote work policy

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SurveySparrow founders Shihab Muhammed & Subin Sebastian

Kerala-based online survey platform provider, SurveySparrow said the company has extended the remote-work policy for its employees with up to 30 percent hike in the salaries for all its eligible employees. With this move, the company intends to boost the morale of the employees who are trying to cope with Corona virus spread and also the economic impact of the pandemic.

Apart from providing a good rise in the perks, it has also offered office furniture to its staff to set-up home offices. “SurveySparrow’s remote work policy also includes ensuring the employees have proper office furniture delivered at their doorstep irrespective of the location,” the company said in a statement.

The move to provide new remote work policy from the company comes after the Union government extended the connectivity norms for Work From Home (WFH) for IT and ITeS companies till December 31, 2020, from July 31, 2020.

Many major IT companies had welcomed the government’s plan to extend the WFH connectivity norms to December. After the lock down was announced in March this year, the Indian IT industry had offered 90 percent of its workforce remote working opportunity.

SurveySparrow was founded by former Fresh desk executive Shihab Muhammed and a Zoho engineer Subin Sebastian in October 2017. The startup has a presence in the US, through its Palo Alto office and also in Kochi. Since its inception, SurveySparrow has conducted over 20,000 surveys and has over 8000 customers in 108 countries. Some of the major customers of the company include Godrej, Oyo, PaySafe, FedEx, Deloitte Digital, SAP, and Siemens, among others.

“As an experience-oriented company, SurveySparrow has always believed in delivering refined experiences. We have not halted our hiring process or slowed down our expansion to be better,” said Shihab Muhammed, Founder & CEO, SurveySparrow.

With the current growth rate, the company targets to clock more than 30,000 customers by the end of 2020 and also to increase the headcount. In April last, the company had raised $1.4 million in seed funding from Prime Venture Partners.

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