Fabulous 15 - Part 3

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

Published 3 years ago on Oct 08, 2018 4 minutes Read
Deepak G Pawar

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.

(Listed in alphabetical order)

Ramesh Nair, CEO, JLL India, believes that a great workplace keeps its people at the centre of what it does. One of its employee-friendly policies is that of having Office Mavens, groups of senior women leaders across seven cities and select client sites. Women employees facing any issues or concerns in their day-to-day work can approach these Mavens, who will address the concern in the best possible manner. Further, JLL also organises monthly Women Breakfast Connect, wherein the employees can interact freely with the senior leadership. It is through these conversations that the company realised how awkward wome


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