Max Life Insurance Company Ltd. (“Max Life” / “Company”), has announced the inauguration of its biggest office in India. The sprawling 1,12,553 sq. ft. structure is located at 90C, Udyog Vihar, Sector 18, Gurugram (Haryana). The new office, a short drive from Max Life’s corporate headquarters at DLF Square, Gurugram (Haryana), is designed on the key principles of sustainability and built to step up productivity and collaboration opportunities in a hybrid work-model for the new-age workforce.
The adaptable and agile office space has kicked-off operations with a capacity of 1300 seats mapped for 2100 employees on a hybrid working model, and plans to expand for a larger workforce in the future. Spread across nine floors, the 90C office is an excellent collaborative center of community-oriented spaces that encourages innovative thinking and positive hustle. The new office provides for a range of experience-based work options that allow people to converge and engage at flex seats, booths, large work tables, and benches while also housing focus rooms for quiet time and improved concentration.
Manu Lavanya, Director and COO, Max Life Insurance said, “Designed as an open, non-hierarchical “choice-based workspace’, our new office fosters Interaction, learning and inclusion. This workplace offers personalized experiences that enhance productivity, bringing dynamism to everyday work. We are confident of building a culture of holistic growth, agility, flexibility and boundaryless collaboration among Max Life employees, resulting in a truly contemporary next-gen workplace.”
Positioned to be a futuristic workspace, the office is tech-enabled, making it ideal for enhancing operational efficiency and creating synergies across diverse teams and processes. The move paves the way for further growth in headcount, investment, and solution offerings and will help business teams advance their digital transformation journeys and drive process efficiencies. Keeping the employee at the cornerstone of design, the life insurer has taken a human-centric approach in creating spaces that let people thrive.
Furthermore, the building design incorporates sustainable initiatives to improve energy efficiency and water conservation and reduce the overall carbon footprint. These include solar panels providing 25kw of sustainable energy, electric vehicle charging stations for each parking floor, tap sensors and water aerators, thermal-controlled variable air volume systems, and sunlight harvesting processes, among others. The new office space has a history wall, art installations, cafeterias, and wellness arenas, prioritizing employee experience with multiple amenities focusing on their well-being and productivity.