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Fabulous 15 - Part 2

By understanding and addressing the needs of women, these companies have made the cut as India’s Best Workplaces for Women. Read on to know what they are doing right

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Published 3 years ago on Oct 05, 2018 4 minutes Read

Eligibility criteria: Women must form at least 10% of the workforce; minimum 70% of the women, and all employees must share a positive perception of the workplace; and the organisations must meet the minimum qualifying criteria on the assessment of their people practices, evaluated through a proprietary tool. To pick the Top 15, two-third weightage was given to the experience of women employees and one-third weightage to people practices specifically for women employees.

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To address the dearth of female leadership, IT product, solution and service provider HP has initiated a programme called Disha. This is to ready women for leadership positions, through a structured six-month blended experience. Disha is in line with the global D&I charter, to establish a positive correlation between the representation of women in leadership positions through business performance measures such as market share and return on investment. This six-month programme aims to develop the participants’ management skills, enhance their leadership capabilities, increase exposure and help advance their

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