Assistant & Store Incharge (Former Employee) – India – September 4, 2017
Each day was good at work. I've learned many things such as how to delivery things on time. The workplace culture is positive. The hardest part of the job is to identify double face people which the most enjoyable part was the outing with the staff. Overall, if you love your job, everyday will be good.
I learned a lot from company.my co-worker are very friendly and cooperative. I love to help every costumer of our this is the best part of my job. every thing id ok with Jiva Ayurveda except the policy of company against employees.no growth in future
Ayurveda doctor (Former Employee) – Faridabad, Haryana – April 9, 2016
This is a company that has no respect for the joinees. They do not provide any appointment letter till 1 year. It is a target based company who do not have a healthy culture even for the main employees. They claim to employ doctors but treat them like 10th grade passed. The main aim of a doctor here is to achieve the given monetary target. No facilities provided. Canteen has a tin roof, which bakes in the summers. You cannot take tea at your seat. The only criteria if you continue to stay there or not is the target achieved. They have a wierd system which calculates how much time you are actually working, which does not take care of the minimal requirements like prescription time. They want the doctors to earn about 3-4 lakh each while keeping them on a salary range of 12k to 25 k. Some very old doctors are also payed hardly 30 k. No heaters provided in winters, and badly working ACs with rotating fans provided in summers. Also the seats of the employees are not fixed. An agent can anytime sit on the seat of a doctor. The treatment by the managers to the doctors is very rude. It is well knit corrupt system, and all the financial gains are enjoyed by the top executives ( who belong to the same family). They pretend to have a lavish lifestyle while treating their doctors like dogs. It is sad that they cannot provide a job security to their doctors, while employing so many new doctors & wasting time & money employing them. Therefore the doctors do not dream at all to continue working here for a long time. A doctor feels more respected and worthy at a small clinic/hospital
Sales-Officer (Former Employee) – NEW DELHI-INDIA – July 22, 2013
Accountabilities: Marketing of 26 Ayurvedic product with co-ordination of distributor and retailer. To maintain health R.O.I. of this distributor. Handling 2 DSR and 2 beauty advisor team for effective coverage and service in the East delhi market. To solve their operational problem and to assist there capabilities through effective job training. Responsible for Company primary and secondary sale and target.
Highlights: Successfully opened two Big counter for beauty-parlour sale. Placed new launched product on big retailers.