Rewarding old and loyal employees for their dedication and hard work is a trend they work for companies that have seen a lot of popularity in recent times. After Hari Krishna Exports and Bharatpi, owned by renowned businessman Saoji Dholakia, rewarded their employees with luxury cars and sports bikes, there is a new inclusion in the list – Kissflow. Kissflow, a Chennai-based workflow software firm, recently gifted a BMW car to five of its employees as a reward for their long association with the company.
The BMW car was handed over to five Kissflow employees during the company’s tenth anniversary celebration of the flagship ‘No-Code’ work management product. Five employees were gifted a BMW 530d sedan, valued at around Rs 80 lakh.
The CEO handed over the cars
The blue and black units of the luxury sedan were handed over to the employees by the company’s founder Suresh Sambandam. The five senior executives who received the BMW 5-Series award were Prasanna Rajendran (Vice President), Dinesh Vardharajan (Chief Product Officer), Kaushikram Krishnasayi (Product Management Director), Vivek Madurai (Director of Engineering) and Adhi Ramanath. ). Director of Engineering).
The awards ceremony was held on the lawn of the World Trade Center in Chennai, where the company’s founder provided cars to five senior executives. The announcement to reward senior executives by car during a luncheon of employees with the founder was made with surprise.
Commenting on the occasion, Sambandam said that he could not think of a better gift than a luxury car, so he decided to gift the new BMW 5-Series unit to senior executives. He said the five senior executives were with him throughout the company’s existence in all its ups and downs. These cars are small tokens of appreciation for those employees.
Overwhelmed after receiving the BMW 5-Series as an award, Adhi Ramanathan, one of the five senior executives, said the moment was incredible, and it was a dream come true for him. While giving away BMW 5-Series sedans to all his employees, Suresh Sambandam himself drove a three-year-old BMW 6-Series.
Gujarat businessmen used to give away 1000 cars as gifts
Before the epidemic, Savji Dholakia, a Gujarati diamond trader, donated thousands of cars to his employees. In the past, he has donated about 500 Fiat Puntos, 1,260 Maruti and Datsun cars and 1,200 Datsun Ready-Geo units to his staff. For senior employees, he chose the Mercedes-Benz GLS as a gift.