The Dodsal Group values immensely, the contribution and loyalty of its multinational workforce, and has taken every measure to ensure the economic and personal welfare of every person who works for the Group, be it directors or welders. Operating on the same skill – same pay concept, Dodsal's employees enjoy impeccable working conditions, and the Group's workers are among the happiest workforces in the world.
In the 1960s, Dodsal was the first company in India to establish a pension plan for its employees; a strategy that was later adopted by the Indian Government and is now known as the Provident Fund.
In the 1970s, the Group's headquarters in India offered three free daily meals to its entire workforce, along with free medical coverage and transportation to the company's various work sites. These benefits were in addition to free accommodation and the Group's housing scheme, which allowed employees to buy homes built by Dodsal at 70 percent of the cost.
For almost 20 years, from 1970 to 1990, the Dodsal Group ran a training facility, training skilled labour in blue-collar trades and absorbing over 3,000 of its apprentices each year.
Dodsal was also one of the first private enterprises in India to induct employees to its Board of Directors. A significant mark of its commitment to enriching the lives of its workforce, the decision also encouraged Dodsal's employees to participate more thoroughly in the Group's activities, and offered a deeper sense of fulfilment with every new achievement.