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Welfare Officer

  • Bhiwadi, India
Plant

Job description

Job Title: Welfare Officer

Location: Bhiwadi

Qualification: Master of Social Work (MSW) - Regular (Mandatory)

Our Story So Far

Twelve years back, Lenskart was started by a 26-year old entrepreneur - because he wanted to solve

the problem of preventive blindness. We had humble beginnings - we spread awareness about eye

care, we took orders for eyeglasses online and shipped them to customers from a warehouse that

was the size of a modern-day conference room.

As of today, little by little, Lenskart has served 40 Million people across the globe - helping them see

better and lead better quality lives. Simultaneously, we’ve also built ourselves up to be Asia’s largest

eyewear company. We have 10,000+ Lenskartians worldwide, more than 1500 Omni channel stores

across 175 cities in India, Singapore and Dubai and cut to 2022 - we are shipping a pair of eyewear

every 2.5 seconds, from the world’s most automated eyewear factory!

In 2022, Lenskart partnered with Owndays and took a majority stake in the Japanese-owned

eyewear player that has a deep presence in Asia. With this partnership, we have added an additional

400 stores and extended our reach to 13 countries

Job requirements

  1. Employee Assistance Programs: Developing and managing employee assistance programs aimed at promoting physical and mental well-being. This could involve organizing health screenings, providing counseling services, or offering resources for stress management.
  2. Compliance and Regulations: Ensuring compliance with relevant labor laws, regulations, and company policies related to employee welfare, safety, and health. This includes staying updated on any changes to regulations and implementing necessary adjustments.
  3. Accident Investigation and Reporting: Investigating workplace accidents or incidents, analyzing root causes, and making recommendations for preventing future occurrences. This involves maintaining detailed records and reporting findings to management and relevant authorities.
  4. Employee Training and Education: Conducting training sessions or workshops on topics such as safety procedures, emergency response, and ergonomics to enhance employee awareness and knowledge.
  5. Emergency Preparedness: Developing and implementing emergency response plans to address situations such as fires, natural disasters, or other emergencies. This includes organizing drills and ensuring that appropriate resources and procedures are in place.
  6. Employee Relations: Serving as a point of contact for employees to address concerns related to their well-being, safety, or working conditions. This may involve facilitating communication between employees and management and advocating for employee needs.
  7. Health Promotion Initiatives: Promoting health and wellness initiatives within the workplace, such as fitness programs, smoking cessation support, or healthy eating campaigns.

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