Zomato CEO Deepinder Goyal announced on Monday that the company has hired a ‘fitness officer’. The position titled - Chief Fitness Officer (CFO) - will involve collaborating with the employees, including delivery executives and restaurant partners, to monitor their nutritive habits and ensure that health remains a priority. Anmol Gupta is the foodtech giant’s first-ever fitness officer.
In a blog post, Goyal noted that physical health determines mental health and is a major factor boosting the performance of an individual.
He shared his excitement about working with Gupta to bring in an innovative approach to work-wellbeing.
“Great work is an outcome of good health; good health is not secondary to great work,” wrote Goyal. The CEO shared how the company has been encouraging physical and mental wellness for its staff by providing a gym at the Gurugram headquarters, an in-house team of mental health experts and a generous leave policy.
Goyal added that the company is dedicated to transforming the way people think about work and fostering a healthy and fulfilling professional environment.
Goyal also revealed his own fitness journey which helped him reduce 15 kgs. Sharing two before-and-after pictures from 2019 and 2023, he explained that his focus was on consistency.