With multiple technical and non-technical opportunities, the company is inviting applications from women professionals under the programme.NEIL helps women get ‘Back on Track’ after a break
National Engineering Industries (NEIL), a CK Birla Group company, just launched a programme creating opportunities for women to come back into the workplace after career breaks.
The programme, aptly called ‘Back on Track’, aims to bring back the careers, of women who have been on a break, back on track again. The programme is looking to recruit a good number of women on career breaks into various management roles over the next three years.
An official communiqué stated, “Under this exclusive ‘women returning to work programme’, we are encouraging women, who are on sabbatical, to put their careers back on track.”
With multiple openings for technical and non-technical roles, the company is inviting applications from women professionals under this new initiative. It is also looking to hire women employees from tier II and III cities, in an endeavour to increase the representation of women across all functions and locations.
In addition to providing opportunities to women to reinstate their careers, NEIL is also planning to provide mentoring and skilling support to new women joinees. The official release says, “Our Buddy, Mentorship and Re-skilling programmes will help you in this journey. Come and explore the opportunities.”
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I am Nandita from Bangalore. I am a HR professional and have a long break from work for 3 years. I seriously want to restart my career and recreate my identity in the market. Most of the companies are rejecting my profile only due to th break.
I was browsing through, and got to know about ‘ Back On Track’. please let me know how can I make use of this initiative.
How do u apply for back on track program?