Breaking the Shackles
In 2017, a Global Entrepreneurship Summit held in Hyderabad themed ‘Women first Prosperity for All’ triggered among companies the realization of tackling the under representation of women among the Indian workforce. Underpinning the significance of the theme, participants awoke to reality that majority of the companies in the country still over looked the fact that Indian women held dual responsibilities of home and work, impassively exposing them to unpleasant working conditions and most of all remaining indifferent towards their safety and corporate growth. Despite the majority lagging behind, many others are revolutionizing policies and outlooks towards their female employees, thereby placing these companies on a pedestal when compared to others.
Creating a Contented Workplace for Happier Employees
Anamika Sahu, Managing Editor
Women Empowerment To Women In Power - Together We Can!
Jyoti Khadgawat, Sr.Director - HR, Smule
Reinventing The Workplace For Greater Gender Diversity
Armaan Seth, Head, Human Resources, Philips India
Creating Best Workplace For Women: Agenda For Gender Diversity
Vinod Bidwaik, CHRO & VP - HR, Alfa Laval India
What Makes For A 'Female-Friendly' Workplace
Ernest Louis, Director - Human Resources, Sterlite Power
The Workforce Of Tomorrow! Women Have Broken The Traditional Barriers & Perceptions
Yasmeen Shaikh, Senior Director, Human Resources India, Nextgen Healthcare
'NPA - Non Performing Appraisal' System
Subir Verma, Head HR - Business, Tata Power
IT Does Not Take Much To Create A Gender Balanced Workplace
Ranjit Singh, VP - HR, Eupheus Learning
Anupam Dasgupta, VP - Strategy, Graymatter Software Services
Women In The Workplace - Who Has A Role To Play?
Sanjukta Sarkar, Director - HR, United Technologies
Leveraging Enterprise-Grade Solutions For Employee Safety & Well-Being
Harold Gubnitsky, President & Chief Strategy Officer, Processmap