Bring your Child to Work!

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When we were in schools and colleges, children’s day was just another day – with the exception of chocolates being passed around for everyone. The times have indeed changed. Starting from schools, where the children’s day celebrations happen in an elaborate way, to workplaces and corporate where the HR people go a step beyond and organise an event for the employees to introduce their children to their work environment! But often, there is a question of what can be done for the entire day!

That’s where we step in – evam’s Happy Cow – India’s leading theatre based education house has the perfect solution for this. We have been already working with the children of Mahindra Support staff for the past three years and working with children of that number is an enjoyment in itself. This year we are excited to launch – Children’s Day @ work! An opportunity to bring the child in you and your child, both to your workspace.

“Bring your child to work” would no longer mean packing snacks & lunch for your kids along with their coloring books and story books to keep them engaged when you are shuttling between your work, meetings, call and your kids! We fill their day with performances, workshops & exciting competitions to create a safe and fun experience for them and you! Along with the takeaways that they create by themselves, they would have enough memories and stories to tell everyone about your office.

The day is filled with performances like magic show, puppet show, clown show etc and workshops like puppet/mask making, balloon sculpting etc.

How could you make this happen? Write to your HR/Employee Engagement head with thoorika@evam.in in the CC or share this article with them and ask them to call 9790792115!

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Founded in 2003 by Sunil Vishnu K. and Karthik Kumar, ‘evam’ today is a profitable young thriving arts organization making people believe in the power of the Arts.
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