Core Committees

Core Committees

DMG Committees Roles & Responsibilities

For driving its growth, and thrive, DMG deems it necessary to initiate and maintain a functioning system, a set of actionable procedures, and legal and statutory guidelines. To this end, the company, in accordance with international standards, has set up six PPI i.e. People & Process Improvement committees.

These committees are given the authority and responsibility necessary to accomplish the Company’s goals. The board follows the advice and recommendations of these six PPI committees whenever necessary.

Empower ICC

  • To ensure the effective functioning of the women empowerment machinery within the organization.
  • To help the organization in combating workplace or sexual harassment issues.
  • To help employees striking the work-life balance.
  • To discourage restroom gossips, trash-talks, and dis among employees by providing them a direct medium to register their complaints and grievances against anyone within the company.
  • To prevent any kind of security issues among the employees.
  • To prevent gender bias in the organization.

Human Resource / Admin Committee

  • To handle administrative and daily operations of the association, and any other tasks assigned by the management.
  • To participate in management meetings as a passive or non-voting member when called upon.
  • To ensure the smooth flow of programs, services and activities of the Company.

External / Learning Activities Committee

  • To organize interactive learning sessions to up-skill employees in various fields that may help the company.
  • To help employees manage their stress levels by organizing recreational events.

Appraisal Committee

  • To appraise the overall performance of the employees annually.

Organization/Process/Team Committee

  • To oversee the development and implementation of the company’s marketing plan by identifying potential markets and their needs, and ways to tailor products, services, and programs accordingly.
  • To guide the development, review and authorization of employee policies.
  • To assist partners with leadership and management matters when needed.
  • To guide the development of service-delivery mechanisms.
  • To evaluate services according to the management requirements.
  • To act as a bridge between the board and the staff during programs and activities.
  • To develop and apply guidelines for ethical behaviour and resolving conflicts accordingly.

Refer to HR

  • To observe and measure employees’ overall performances.
  • To spread the awareness among employees about the company’s ethics and best practices.
  • To enforce disciplinary action against employees who are proven to be insubordinate (even after fair warnings).
  • To coordinate with company’s attorney or legal advisor – also a member of the committee – to resolve legal or procedural documentation of any issue or dispute.
  • To prevent the occurrence of any illegal activities, such as: misleading, misappropriating, cheating, fraud, and data theft.