Build Back Better, a project designed to help shyvana workers get back to work and get their projects back on track.
The program was developed by Shilpa Shukla, a senior lecturer in education at the Centre for Research on Social and Economic Development (CRED), an independent research institute.
A study of shyvana’s workers found that those who used the program reported more productivity, happier work and better morale, said Ms Shukala, who also is an assistant professor in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Shilpas work on the project has already taken off, with a survey of 2,000 shyvana employees published last month showing that nearly two-thirds were able to return to work, and nearly a third of the respondents reported that their job had improved.
Shukalas findings are based on data from a survey conducted by Shyvana, the company’s worker-owned company, between January and August.
In the survey, shyvana participants were asked to rank their job satisfaction on a scale of 0 to 10.
“They are very positive about the jobs they are doing, very positive,” Ms Shilpas told the Times of Indian.
“We have been working for many years with people who have different levels of experience and we have always found that the most productive people tend to be those who have more experience.
This is something that we have tried to understand, which is why we were able in the survey to look at a group of people who had different levels in their experience and what we found was that the people who are more experienced, those who had more experience, were actually better able to work.”
The survey also found that shyvana had developed a new employee-friendly platform called The Workforce Platform (WFP) that will provide job-specific training, as well as better job-matching tools.
The company also launched the Shyvana Talent Lab, which will teach shyvana staff about what makes them successful and provide them with practical tips for boosting their performance.
Ms Shkila said that the focus of The WorkForce Platform will be on ensuring that shyvans workers are trained in the skills needed to succeed in the job market.
She said that, in particular, shyvas training will include a structured and collaborative approach to training, so that all staff have a chance to work on a project with a professional mentor.
Shyvana also has a training program called the Shyvajitas Self-Employment Program, which trains shyvana members for roles that are outside of their normal job duties, such as customer service.
Shyviks job will be focused on helping people get back into the workforce after they have been unemployed for a year, she said.
“The main focus will be getting people back to the workplace and building their skills and experience so they can take on other roles once they return to the workforce,” Ms Shyvaja said.
Shyvilas employees are not expected to start work until next year, when the company plans to expand into a more senior roles for its workers.
Shyvani’s plan for building a workforce will also see the creation of a dedicated platform for employees to share their thoughts on workplace culture and diversity.
Shyva has also partnered with Kavita Krishnan, a well-known social entrepreneur, to launch the Shyvians Self-Empowerment Program.
This initiative is designed to provide support to shyvana people and help them develop their skills in a safe environment.
Shyvikas platform will also give the platform to other startups and small businesses to use to build a community and help others learn about the benefits of self-employment.
Shyve’s platform will give entrepreneurs the opportunity to network, mentor and build a network of small businesses and individuals to help them make their businesses more sustainable and to support small businesses by providing them with resources.
Shyven will also be offering a platform for entrepreneurs to connect with the wider workforce to learn how to grow their businesses, how to become a business owner and how to help others do the same.
Shyvas platform will be available on the Shyves website as well, along with the Shyvik’s Talent Lab.
“A lot of people have come out of the shadows of social media and the internet to start businesses and now it is time for Shyvana to provide that platform,” Ms Shayva said.
She added that the platform will provide opportunities for shyvians to work with others to create a stronger business community and a stronger community of employees.
“Shyvana is a small business and we want to support businesses like ours to grow.
We want people to be more empowered, to be a part of the workforce and have the confidence that they can succeed in their work,” she said, adding that the Shyve platform will help Shyvanas employees and the wider community by providing a platform to share knowledge, connect with each other and help businesses grow. Shy