On Wednesday, KaFe Rocks Group announced the launch of an unlimited paid leave policy for their employees.
In addition to the 100 per cent remote working freedom, flexible schedule, and several well-being benefits, this is another step in strengthening the company’s people-centred culture.
The new policy gives even more freedom and trust to KaFe Rocks’ employees and lets them decide when and for how long to take a break.
This policy applies in addition to the local legislation and offers unlimited leave days on top of the national holidays and minimum leave entitlement.
“We believe in every employee’s integrity, reliability and fairness, and we foster a trusting culture through the levels of freedom and autonomy we give our teams.” Said Simon Pilkington, CEO at KaFe Rocks.
“We trust our Rocketeers to manage their time as they need, as well as ensuring the needs of the business remain a key priority.”
The company’s recently restructured People Team will be working closely with managers to encourage employees in taking leave freely, and leverage the new policy to empower people and further increase employee satisfaction.
“We think taking time off is essential for everyone’s mental health. Spending time to breathe and to do whatever makes you happy can lead to fresh ideas and creativity.” Said Cordelia Morgan – Cooper, Head of People at KaFe Rocks.
“This change gives more control to our people, and we trust them to behave responsibly.”
About KaFe Rocks Group
KaFe Rocks Group is a remote-working iGaming Affiliate providing users with a global portfolio of informative websites, localised content, and data that will help consumers worldwide make informed choices.
It is known for its people-oriented vision and strong corporate culture. KaFe Rocks Group is one of the first companies to introduce the unlimited holiday policy in the iGaming industry. The Company ranked in 6th place on the EGR Power Affiliate Rankings list 2021 and was shortlisted for the iGB Affiliate Employer of the Year and the iGaming Idol Employer of the Year awards in 2021.
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