Tag: Gender Diversity
Adobe India has achieved gender pay parity in its workforce.
Being unavailable for work for two long days could go against the idea of equality at the workplace
An equal opportunity employer, the company has been consciously working towards creating a diverse, safe, and women-friendly work culture and environment.
The report titled, ‘Moving the Needle for Women Leaders’ states that women now hold just over 25 per cent of all leadership positions globally
Sulekha’s robust and fair performance management system, strongly linked to its talent management, led to a lot of women automatically emerging as high performers.
Working from the grassroots up to the middle management level, Agrima is a self-nominated training program focused on building a more holistic sense of self awareness and self-esteem.
The need to comply seems to have become a stronger driver of gender diversity than the belief that it adds value or creates the brand image of a progressive organisation.
The programme aims to bring talented women in 26 countries back into the workplace after a career break
The initiatives adopted by these companies have successfully changed minds, altered behaviours and created more opportunities for women.
The time marks the moment at which they stopped getting paid for, in comparison to men.
Despite various measures, Whites and Asians still comprise 52 per cent and 38 per cent of the population at Facebook, respectively.
The programme takes care of women’s needs as mothers and home-makers so that they can give their best to their professions as well.
The career-transition programme for women professionals who have taken a six-month break or more, provides an opportunity to work on live projects at flexible timings.
India’s newest carrier has launched a social media campaign, #WomenWhoMakeUsFly.
In a recent study by Accenture, nearly three-quarters of the respondents – men and women alike – said that “the digital world will empower our daughters".
The FMCG player has introduced several new initiatives to promote a gender inclusive culture.
Women thrive when there is an alignment between the individual and the organisation. Only then can one break through the inertia and advance women at the workplace.
New technologies, data analytics and social networks are expected to have a deeper impact on how people communicate, collaborate and work. Are organisations prepared for the new workplace?