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India’s best workplaces for women

Outlook Business and Great Place to Work® bring you the second annual listing of India’s Best Workplaces For Women. Read on to know what these admirable companies are doing right

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Published a year ago on Oct 01, 2019 18 minutes Read

Headquartered in Bengaluru, [24]7.ai strives to be a springboard for future leaders. The company specialises in gauging consumer intent and delivering customer-experience solutions to its clients. It also actively works to create new experiences for its employees everyday, focusing especially on building holistic leaders in every domain through its numerous employee-friendly practices. Its Womenable programme is designed to create women leaders in mid-level management for the organisation. Women get selected into this programme based on their performance. Their improvement is then tracked through various parameters. [24]7.ai works to ensure that the employees are treated as family and are well looked after.

 

Creative technology giant Adobe believes in driving a passion for technology through excellent employee care. Opportunities to explore other departments and movement between teams is encouraged. Adobe focuses on empowering its women employees. It also organises CodHERS, India’s first ever women only hackathon. The event is to inspire women to join the industry and to identify the best developers and coders in India. The top 20 are offered internships and full-time positions. Its Women Leadership Circle is a year-long programme that mentors talented women employees and provides them with skills to become strong leaders. The programme combines structured education, experiential learning and access to Adobe Leaders.

 

Anand CY Myutec Automotive is an early adopter of women-friendly workplace practices. Headquartered in Delhi, the company makes auto parts for passenger vehicles. Its corporate culture is built on rewarding teamwork and leadership. The organisation is at the forefront of women-centric policies and has been empowering women to take on managerial roles since the 1970s, when they started hiring women on the shop floor. It closely tracks the ratio of women to men employees. Another initiative is providing hostel facilities for women worki

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