In a noble gesture, former chairman of Tata Sons and industrialist Ratan Tata travelled from Mumbai to Pune on Monday to meet a former employee has not been keeping well for the last two years. The story was posted by Yogesh Desai, an acquaintance of the employee in question, on LinkedIn. The post has now gone viral on social media.
The 83-year-old Ratan Tata went to the former employee’s residence in the Friends Society in Pune to meet him.
In his post, Yogesh also shared a picture in which Ratan Tata can be seen interacting with the employee in Pune.
“Sir Ratan Tata (83) living legend, greatest businessman alive in India, visited the Friends Society in Pune to meet his ex-employee all the way from Mumbai who is ailing for last 2 years. This is how legends are made of. No media, no bouncers only commitment towards loyal employees. There is a lot to learn for all entrepreneurs and businessmen that money is not everything. All that matters is being a great human being. Hats off, Sir!! I bow my head in respect,” Yogesh Desai said in his post on LinkedIn.
Internet erupts in applaud for Ratan Tata
The social media is elated with Ratan Tata’s gesture with many taking to Twitter to post their thoughts and opinions. “Humility personified. So much respect sir,” a user said.
Ratan Tata,83, living legend, greatest businessman alive in India visited the friends society in Pune to meet his Ex Emoloyee all the way from Mumbai who is ailing for last 2 years.
This is how legends are made of. No media, no bouncers only commitment towards loyal employees. pic.twitter.com/5xktAH2CUX
— No Robert Elekes – AnKuVa (@SuspendedAkount) January 4, 2021
Ratan Tata makes a visit to friends society in Pune to meet his Ex Employee all the way from Mumbai who is ailing for last 2 years. What a gesture n last mile connect !
Humility personified. So much respect sir!
Source – Yogesh Desai , Primaverse pic.twitter.com/oxNifJ4KBQ
— Gurmeet Chadha (@connectgurmeet) January 4, 2021
Rata Tata was the Chairman of Tata Sons from 1991 till he decided t retire on December 28, 2012. He is the Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons.