Tech-enabled electric vehicle (EV)-as-a-Service platform, Zypp Electric is going to hire and train about 3,000 women as delivery partners by the end of this year. This initiative is a part of the company’s plan to increase the workforce from 3,000 to 6,000.
Commenting on the plan, Rashi Agarwal, cofounder and chief business officer of Zypp said, “Being a working woman for 16 years now, I understand the importance of financial independence. Through Zypp, I have created a domain for myself and I aim to create similar opportunities for women across this sunrise sector. I believe that only an inclusive future is a sustainable future in any sector.”
A report carried out by Business Insider states that the company prioritises women in their workforce and offers them flexibility in terms of the working shifts. Further, the company stated that the company is working on a long term goal to have women to be at least 50% of the total workforce.