In the ever-evolving landscape of entrepreneurship, startups often find themselves at a crossroads, navigating the delicate balance between innovation and sustainability. Building an inclusive and safe culture, through Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives, can be a game-changer.
Extraordinary workplaces are built on the nine pillars, including culture, employee engagement, and corporate social responsibility. Explore how these elements create a thriving work environment
From addressing unconscious bias to fostering cross-cultural communication, discover how Mastercard’s Pathways to Inclusion program empowers employees to champion diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
The ratio of women leaders in the company increased by 7% over the last two years, reaching 27% in 2022. We also maintained a gender ratio of 57% women in our global workforce of over 8,800.
The tech industry has long been known as a male-dominated space. According to a recent report by the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), women currently make up only 26% of the workforce in the tech industry. However, this statistic is gradually improving.
Women in agritech: Kisanserv is empowering women and breaking barriers with over 70% female workforce
The company counts women empowerment as its topmost priority of its DEI goals. It also prioritises women safety & makes sure that they work in a safe and supportive work environment with comfortable and flexible job timings.
Extra maternity benefits, menstruation policies, flexible working options find space in HR policy as companies find ways to boost women participation
With growing consciousness around challenges faced by women, companies are taking proactive steps to drive their participation. They are now adopting women-friendly HR policies to provide them a level playing ground, make workplaces more inclusive and support remote working through innovative ways.
Creating an equal work platform can encourage a diverse workforce to come together and explore progressive ways of doing things in the workplace. Successfully onboarding refugee employees requires more than the usual onboarding process.
McDonald’s India has announced the launch of its first-ever All-Women crew Gold Standard Drive-Thru Restaurant in Ekta Nagar, Ahmedabad. The Drive-Thru is spread over 17,000 square feet, seats more than 130 customers, and accommodates 60+ car parking and 50+ bike parking spots.
Mental health platform AtEase joins hands with SOCIAL restaurants to host Queernama, a workshop for Queer individuals
Queer individuals experience a wide range of unique and overlapping challenges that puts them at a greater risk of developing mental health conditions. To support queer individuals, AtEase in collaboration with SOCIAL restaurants is organizing mental health workshops in multiple cities.
Diversity is fundamental for success and should be one of the major factors while developing strategies while building and growing an organization. Hence it’s imperative for the firms to empower employees, respect the culture and appreciate people from different walks of life.
This Mother’s Day, working moms of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) share their experiences of working in the dynamic industry, how the pandemic affected their lives, and how they kept going with support from their families and organisations.
Equal opportunity can be found in the charter of many, if not most companies today. Organizations recognize the importance of equal opportunity and its positive effect on society and the health of the organization itself.
To bridge the gender pay gap, we need to ensure better participation by women in workforce and paving the way for them to attain senior and leadership positions as well as provide them the environment of equal opportunity at all levels.
In the workplace, women experience sexism, and in the home, they face sexism. Women working two shifts are not only a phenomenon in emerging countries; it is also a well-established truth in the developed world.
While much gets written, spoken and discussed on this subject statistics have time and again proved that diversity and gender inclusiveness is still a topic that is widely speculated but where a lot of action still needs to be taken globally.
Fostering the right ecosystem for its people to learn, grow and lead, Pernod Ricard India has evaluated its readiness to accept various levels of changes with respect to the I&D quotient and have begun implementing an action plan that covers both structural and behavioral aspects of inclusion.
Gender discrimination in the workplace has been one of the dreaded hurdles to success. While most women give in to the situation, others fight back to bring reforms. Sadly, the reforms still lack essence and structure. As a result of which, victims, especially women, continue to suffer.
This workshop is ideal for corporates who want to help their women employees reconnect with themselves. This is a great workshop for employee engagement in the women diversity category for organizations to show that they truly care about the well being of their women employees.
Despite progressive movements that seek to foster diversity and respect among members of society and in smaller clusters like workplaces, specifically, it seems like the problem persists. It is time to reevaluate workplace culture—why and how it permeates harassment and discrimination, and what must be done about it.
The complex issue of females not rising in the workplace is compounded by a lack of opportunities for mentorships, which leads to an even more important discussion: Why aren’t we committing more time to mentoring women?