The company encourages employees to eat healthy and offers them fresh salads for
lunch which provide one’s body with adequate dose of nutrients and help flush toxins
out. To add on to this cycle, organic tea in new tea bags are used to avoid stale
food from being consumed and the employees are also given specially made brown bread
sandwiches to munch on after work, on their way back home. To help widen one’s horizons
for a better perspective, the company encourages employees to take some time off
during office hours before lunch to meditate, disconnect from the rush of daily
life and look within themselves thus helping to deepen their focus as well as rid
their mind from any negativity. One of the major internal employee related activities
carried out by the company are its trips to Silence Camps which are a part of Siddha
Samadi Yoga culture. The employees are taken by the company on a three day trip
to Katharkadak for an internal cleanse of body, mind and soul and are brought back
rejuvinated and refreshed. The company also holds workshops and satsangs every Friday
for personal as well as collective development by discussing issues such as ‘team
building’, ‘time management’ among other topics contributing to over all productivity.
Realising that happy and satisfied employees are vital for a balanced and refined
output, Baggit therefore introduced these concepts and values so as to enrich work
experience in a positive and fun way while also boosting the company’s output.
Extending its reach further beyond, Baggit also helps with rural development by
taking part in various projects, providing healthcare facilities to those in need
as well as also providing employment opportunities. Baggit especially encourages
women to work and earn their living for their families, offering them training in
embroidery for them to unlock their unique potential as well as discover their skills.
Using traditional handicraft skills to create modern designs, Baggit helps these
women to get in touch with their inner selves while making ‘wearable art’ as a way
to express themselves.
With hectic business life into play, daunting schedules and fast paced life, people
barely have time to take a moment to focus on their own personal productivity in
matters of mental as well as physical health. Baggit realizes the importance of
clearing one’s mind for better productivity and hence it incorporates Siddha Samadi
Yoga concepts into daily life at work.