Quick Heal Technologies Limited has offered performance-linked incentives (PLIs) to deserving employees in May, And now the company is moving for an annual increment in October 2020. The organization has also digitally onboarded over 150 new employees during lockdown, across R&D, Security Labs, Sales and other enabling functions.
As Quick Heal Technologies is diversifying its enterprise product portfolio under the ‘Seqrite’ umbrella, the company will continue hiring and training fresh minds, creating a considerable talent pool of highly skilled professionals.
The company has also tied-up with various educational institutions and created various long-term and short-term courses on cybersecurity through its education division, Quick Heal Academy. With these initiatives, Quick Heal aims to focus on talent readiness for the jobs of tomorrow, where it will be indispensable for organizations to hire employees who are well equipped with skills and knowledge to fight cybercrime.
Reetu Raina, Chief Human Resources Officer, Quick Heal Technologies Limited said, “We believe that there is no better time than this to continue to invest in our talented employees and support and incentivize them for the hard work and dedication they bring to the table. We are fortunate enough to be able to take this crucial step given our strong balance sheet and robust business model. We believe as one of the leaders of the cybersecurity industry, it is our responsibility to boost the morale of employees and help them navigate through the crisis by addressing their concerns and apprehensions.”
Keeping innovation as its core business philosophy, the company continues to maintain a good and mutually beneficial long-standing relationship with its employees and all stakeholders, while serving customers seamlessly, cementing its position as a leader in the cybersecurity space.