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Meesho to give 10-day work break to employees in November

Meesho to give 10-day work break to employees in November

"We are going to completely unplug from work - right after our busy and frenetic festive sale season, so that we are back to doing what we love - relaxed and rejuvenated," Meesho said.

 Meesho provides manufacturers a platform to connect with re-sellers, who then sell their products to end-customers via social media platforms like WhatsApp and Facebook. Meesho provides manufacturers a platform to connect with re-sellers, who then sell their products to end-customers via social media platforms like WhatsApp and Facebook.

Indian social commerce platform Meesho will give its employees across the company a 10-day work break in November after the festive season for relaxation and rejuvenation.

In a LinkedIn post, Meesho said it will be going on a company-wide break from November 4-14. "We are going to completely unplug from work - right after our busy and frenetic festive sale season, so that we are back to doing what we love - relaxed and rejuvenated."

It said the company understands that the pandemic has been very hard on the mental health and productivity.

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Meanwhile in another post, the company said it has updated the number of optional leaves for its employees to 64.

"We have just updated our list of optional holidays. A whopping list of 64 optional calendar leaves that cover a range of holidays - from festivals to special days - Meeshoites are now spoilt for choice!" the company said.

Founded in 2015 by IIT-Delhi batchmates Vidit Aatrey and Sanjeev Barnwal, Meesho provides manufacturers a platform to connect with re-sellers, who then sell their products to end-customers via social media platforms like WhatsApp and Facebook.

The Bengaluru-headquartered startup offers payment and logistics services to these re-sellers for ease of transactions and sales. The company caters to around 1 crore re-sellers across more than 5,000 cities in India.

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