We are on a journey to define and create a common understanding of our Values
In 2020, we designed a Values Scorecard for measuring and monitoring the adoption of values.
Key messages were cascaded to all employees through Axis Values Realizer network of 1000+ employees who conducted storytelling sessions and conversations around values. Our annual recognition programme also celebrates those who have exemplified our values in extraordinary ways.
‘We Lead’ is our flagship, women in leadership programme for hiring women from the country's top ranked business schools.
During the reporting year, we launched the Axis Women in Motion initiative - focused on helping female students bridge the gap from their classrooms to any occupation of their choice.
is a full-time residential programme to create a talent pipeline for our branches and operations across the country.
to build a pipeline of functional experts across various departments. Our engineering campus programme hires technical experts from esteemed engineering institutes to drive the Bank’s various technology and analytics initiatives.
the first-ever job assured online programme in Fintech space in India. Through the programme, the candidates will be trained in niche skills and placed in IT department. A Priority Banking Relationship Manager programme was launched in November 2020 to provide customised trainings.
allows us to recruit Chartered Accountants from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) for specialist roles in departments like Risk, Internal Audit, Finance and Accounts, and Commercial Banking.
provides development opportunities through internal mobility. All new positions are put on our internal job portal (Catalyst) where employees can apply for roles at or one grade above their present designation across the Axis group.
The transition to remote work challenged us to redefine our operating models and build new formats of employment beyond traditional full-time models.
GIG-A-Opportunities was launched in August 2020 as a pilot to recruit specialists on short-term contracts and candidates outside our corporate location, in full-time virtual positions.
Diversity in gender and age
Have not worked in the banking sector before
Outside metro locations
The Bank has launched a hybrid work model in large offices with people coming in two days a week.
A programme has been launched for existing employees to work from anywhere. Under this programme, a risk and productivity-linked framework has been used to identify roles that can be permanently virtual. In the next 12-18 months, the Bank envisions that 30% of non-customer facing roles will have alternate formats, including hybrid work, work from anywhere and skilled contractor models.
As a part of this initiative, we acknowledged the contribution of frontline COVID workers. We also paid tribute to all bankers and acknowledged them as a key category of frontline workers.