KARACHI: Unilever Pakistan has partnered with ABHI, an embedded finance platform, to offer AbhiSalary, a solution that allows employees to access a portion of their earned wages before payday.
The partnership aims to empower Unilever Pakistan's workforce by providing them with immediate access to their earned income through the ABHI mobile app, SMS, and WhatsApp within 30 seconds, anytime, anywhere.
Umais Rasheed, Country Lead Employee Experience at Unilever, commented said the company has always put its people first in everything. "Our partnership with ABHI is another step in ensuring the financial well-being of our employees in challenging times. 'Earned wage' facility will allow our employees to withdraw part of their earned money as and when required and plan their expenses without worrying about interest rates and late payment penalties through an easy-to-use platform."
Ali Ladhubhai, Co-Founder and COO at ABHI, stated by integrating ABHI's earned wage access platform, the firm is enhancing financial accessibility for Unilever's employees, complementing their existing efforts and setting a new precedent for financial inclusion in the
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