Policybazaar last week concluded Season 3 of Jeeto Apna Ghar (JAG), an award-winning employee-focused initiative. The company said that across three successful seasons, policybazaar’s Jeeto Apna Ghar contest has 23 houses and 8 cars given out till date – prize money of over 25 Cr.
Amid overwhelmingly positive employee feedback, Policybazaar last week concluded Season 3 of Jeeto Apna Ghar (JAG), an award-winning employee-focused initiative.
The contest is a testament to Policybazaar’s consistent efforts that go above and beyond, to reward its best advisors. The brand profoundly believes that the growth of employees is directly proportional to the growth of the organization. This year JAG 3.0 saw the top 30% advisors contend to achieve the ever-cherished Indian middle-class dream of owning one’s own house.
Yashish Dahiya, Chairman and Group CEO, PB Fintech, “Since the launch of JAG, PB has been able to bring the employee attrition rate down by a third. More importantly, we are able to help our top advisors achieve the ultimate dream of owning their own house.”
Sarbvir Singh, Joint Group CEO, PB Fintech, said, “At Policybazaar, if you perform well then the sky is the limit for the rewards you get. Employee satisfaction and growth are pivotal at Policybazaar. We not only hire the best talent but also nurture them and keep them motivated to do their best for consumers.”
JAG has helped Policybazaar retain the best talent as it makes them feel appreciated. The contest recognizes the top 60% of advisors who bring in a lion’s share of the brand’s total business.
This year’s JAG saw the top 60% of Policybazaar Advisors participate in a one-of-its-kind employee recognition initiative, raising the bar for employee engagement across the country.
Through JAG, employees have won rewards worth 25 Cr with 23 houses, 8 cars and cash rewards till date. In its Season 3, eight employees won a house worth INR 25L each and 8 others won a car worth INR 8L each.
Also, cash prizes worth INR 7.5 crores have been distributed as incremental incentives to the advisors irrespective of them having won a house or a car.