The new normal Managing Work, Life, and the Balance
The glue that holds together an organization is the culture and environment of that place. Trantor has a great work ethos and a very accepting culture. Innovation, Inspiration, and Indulgence are the values that the organization endorses and believes in fostering an environment that is culture, gender, race, and region inclusive.
Trantor believes that the employees are the foundation of a successful business. So, it’s made sure that the employees are happy and content. To support this ideology, we believe in treating the family of employees as its own. It’s an organization where couples work together; that is how Trantor prioritizes its employees. Couples working together help maintain the work-life balance and increase the productivity of both individuals.
Also, experts have confirmed that having your spouse as a co-worker can stimulate more happy hormones, leading to increased efficiency and productivity. Employing the couple together also functions as a retention tool. Trantor strongly supports the culture of couples working together because of the belief in the modern and open workplace culture. The company has a referral program in which the family members of the employees are given priority.
Due to the pandemic, the work-from-home culture has become the new constant. With the lack of outdoor exposure, there has been an increase in depression and anxiety issues cases. Free workplace culture tackles mental health problems and enhances productivity and better retention.
Trantor believes in appreciating and understanding that the employees live with their families in locations where it is difficult for spouses to get suitable employment, thus allowing their spouses to become a part of the organization. In this way, the organization also earns the loyalty of the employee.
There are two faces to a coin. At times conflicts also arise while the couple works together. So, to avoid a situation like that, it is made sure not to place them in the same department or in any assignment where there could be a possible conflict of interest because of the nature of the work, including participation in any related decision-making process. The applications are considered for the spouse for suitable employment solely depending upon the availability of roles or vacancies that correspond with the candidate’s skills. The spouse’s employment helps the organization increase retention and promote a family-like close-knit culture.