Happiness Project

Indic Law, as an organization is in its infancy. And infancy, is the right time to invest in its behaviour. We are prioritising happiness.

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India, the democracy where the project proposes to intervene, is a land of diversities. The populace also carries in its subconscious, deep rooted values - most of which are inconsistent with modern worldview as well as the principles enshrined in its own constitution. These values often manifest in the forms of patriarchy, caste, gender & religion based discrimination, xenophobia etc.

People make organizations. They carry these values into their workspace and it corrupts the organisation's behaviour. It negatively impacts productivity and cultivates unhealthy relations among the workforce.

What worsens this, is the lack of sensitivity among the employers towards the mental health of their employees.

Indic Law, as an organization is in its infancy. And infancy, is the right time to invest in its behaviour.

Project Design

The Project involves two aspects - one, organization culture and two, the mental health of the team.

Organisation Behaviour

The Indic Law Project envisions a work environment where individuals associated will be treated with equal respect irrespective of their age, gender, religion, caste, sexual orientation or their position within the organization. This requires the current as well as prospective teammates to undergo a process of unlearning.

Under the happiness project, we design and implement activities and exercises that help team mates to build better relationship with each other, and to introspect and improve their outlook. The hiring policy and interview process will also be streamlined to pick the best candidates who align with our philosophy.

Mental Health

The second aspect of the project deals with the Mental health of the team, which is an oft-overlooked factor in corporate environments.
Under the project, we propose to prepare the tools required to sensitise and train the team on mental health concerns. All persons handling managerial roles will be trained to respond better to persons requiring special care, and the HR policies will be tailored to meet the requirements of those requiring special care, without compromising on total productivity.

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