Ingersoll Rand Named Among India’s 25 Best Workplaces For Women
The company recently introduced ReLaunch program for women engineers who have taken a voluntary break from work and are now ready to re-enter the workforce
Ingersoll Rand has been ranked among India’s Best Workplaces for Women 2019: Top 25. This recognition is based on a rigorous assessment conducted by the Great Place to Work Institute and is an acknowledgment of the company’s High-Trust, High-Performance Culture.
‘India’s Best Workplaces for Women’ is a celebration of the best work cultures in the country, especially the ones that have made work environment feel welcome and safe for their women employees.
Anil Gopinathan, Vice President & General Manager, Ingersoll Rand Engineering and Technology Centers in India, said “It is a moment of pride for us that our efforts towards diversity and inclusion in the organization have been recognized. In fact, Ingersoll Rand is the first in its industry segment to commit to addressing the gender gap by being part of the Paradigm for Parity coalition with an aim to bring gender parity in corporate leadership structure by 2030. Diversity bolsters our intellectual and innovation capital and yields great business results.”
Shirin Salis, Vice President, Human Resources at Ingersoll Rand in India said, “We are delighted to be recognized among India’s Best Workplaces for Women based on key parameters such as fairness, genuine & demonstrated care and growth opportunities. It reiterates our belief in a rich progressive, diverse and inclusive culture. We are committed to attract, grow and retain our women talent, and their successful engagement in bringing passion to every business challenge is an outcome we take pride in.”
Ingersoll Rand has been successfully fostering an environment of diversity and inclusion into its business. The company has a competitive advantage due to its unique and varied talent pool and is committed to building a culture that is inclusive and respectful at its core. Ingersoll Rand has employee-led Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) and Inclusion Networks that serve as a catalyst for employees on a site-by-site level to learn about other cultures, embrace differences and appreciate the strength and value of a diverse workforce. Adding to its suite of policies and programs that encourage gender diversity, the company had recently introduced ReLaunch program for women engineers who have taken a voluntary break from work and are now ready to re-enter the workforce.