Zomato job posting says candidate should not believe in work-life balance

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Zomato is looking for someone who the company calls ‘Chief of Staff to CEO’. The job posting states that the particular role from Chief of Staff to CEO is a 24×7 job and the employee should not believe in the concept of work-life balance. The new role is among several others posted by Deepinder Goyal, founder and CEO of Zomato, through a LinkedIn post.

“As chief of staff to one of our CEOs (Zomato, Blinkit, Hyperpure), you will be nothing less than a force multiplier and mini-CEO for the organization. You will drive priorities throughout the organization to impact results and maintain momentum,” the job advertisement Told,

Under the “What do you need to bring to the table” section, the company mentions that it is a 24×7 job and the traditional employee mindset of “work-life balance” will not work.

Other requirements for this role suggest the individual must have a “spirit of service to customers, delivery partners, restaurant partners and our community, a passion for driving the culture and maximizing talent density across teams, big picture thinking, driving the CEO.” Empowering ability for Thoroughly prepared in any interaction, as productive as possible with the information they need, and good vibes,” among others. The designation from Chief of Staff to CEO is based out of Zomato’s Gurugram headquarters.

Applications have also been invited for other positions including engineers, product managers and generalists in Goyal’s position. The food aggregator platform said it is looking to hire 800 people.

Zomato is hiring at a time when its rival Swiggy announced One of the biggest layoffs in its history. The food delivery app is cutting 380 jobs across departments in an effort to become leaner and more disciplined given the current market downturn. Zomato has not laid off employees this year, but in November last year, the company laid off around 100 employees to cut costs and turn around profits.

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