Ola founder and CEO Bhavish Aggarwal has tweeted a picture giving a glimpse of what he witnesses at his office in the morning. In the photo, three dogs can be seen sleeping and relaxing on sofas inside the Ola office. “Mornings at the office,” the caption read.
Mornings at the office ???? pic.twitter.com/LlZ7XP72mL— Bhavish Aggarwal (@bhash) February 1, 2023
Several users have reacted to the post. “This is great. We should have more pet-friendly offices,” a person wrote.
This is great. We should have more pet friendly offices— Biswadev Banerjee (@BiswadevB) February 1, 2023
Another user said, “Loyal team”.
Loyal team— suryanarayanan k (@surissoul) February 1, 2023
“I feel they are luckier than most humans out there,” a comment read.
I feel they are luckier than most humans out there— Senthil Venkatrajan (@venkatrajansent) February 1, 2023
One suggested that the dogs could provide “Z+ security”.
Z+ security ????— AVINASH MK (@IamAvi_96) February 1, 2023
A user wrote, “You need to charge them up, like employees”.
You need to charge them up, like employees.. Lol— ???????????????????????? ???????????????????????? ???? (@ER_Officially) February 1, 2023
“Taking a break on the office sofa.,” a person wrote..
taking a break on the office sofa.????️— Aakash gupta (@imaakashguptaa) February 1, 2023
“My Shitzu also loves to sleep on sofa chairs,” a user said.
My shitzu also loves to sleep on sofa chairs— Ajay Kapoor (@kapoorajay21) February 1, 2023
Another described the photo as “superb”.
Superb☺☺— Zafar (@Zafar95628103) February 1, 2023
This is not the first time that the Ola boss has shown dogs at his workplace. In August 2021, Bhavish Aggarwal shared a video of himself playing with a dog inside the office. In the clip, he is seen talking to a person while patting the dog. “The best way to do meetings,” the caption read.
The best way to do meetings ???? pic.twitter.com/xSL0Q6nq3i— Bhavish Aggarwal (@bhash) August 18, 2021
In December last year, Mr Aggarwal shared a video showcasing the most creative use of the electric scooter built by his company. It shows an Ola electric scooter parked on an open ground where some men are playing cricket. A man is seen standing beside the scooter while holding a mobile phone, which seems to be wirelessly connected to the vehicle. He uses the scooter's in-built speakers as a megaphone and makes live commentary of the cricket match. “This has to be the most creative use of our vehicle I have seen so far,” Mr Aggarwal wrote.