If India’s gender diversity at the workplace improves, then it will not only result in a better standard of living but will also improve India’s GDP.
Gender diversity in the workplace is still quite significant across the world. With the current rate of change, women in the jobs will take 217 years to be at par with men
A testimony to the success of these initiatives is our Employee Engagement scores where the satisfaction rate for Women employees is 2% higher than men and 15% higher than the industry norm.
By launching ‘SheReturns’, the Bank aims to provide job opportunities to second-career women in information technology and operations
The report acknowledges the gender gap among corporates globally and has observed a significant improvement since 2008
Women are underrepresented at every level of corporate pipeline, says PWC report
Union minister Smriti Irani and Niti Aayog Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya on Tuesday awarded 12 women to recognise the transformational impact of work undertaken by them across India's villages, towns and cities.
Companies with higher representation from women in its leadership positions tend to perform better on wide range of performance metrics.
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