With a diversity ratio in India at Capgemini close to 38% the company reiterated commitment to the gender balance initiatives on International Woman’s Day.
According to a communication from the company, the following are the gender initiatives of the company.
fareWelcome! programme is designed to support women colleagues during the maternity phase – assist in the transition from office to maternity leave, help stay connected with the organisation and colleagues during the maternity break and ease the ‘back to work’ transition process.
Nearly 90% of women who went on maternity leave last year came back to work owing to the fareWelcome! Program.
Women Sponsorship Program is a step towards building a strong pipeline of women leaders for future roles who are willing to take their career to the next level through sponsorship and advocacy of senior leaders.
CAPtivate is Capgemini’s Career Comeback initiative to support skilled female professionals who want to make a transition back into the workforce.
Women who are currently not employed for a minimum duration of a year can apply to jobs that are relevant to their work experience.
A minimum experience of 3 years is essential. Selected candidates are offered full-time, regular employment at Capgemini.
WiTI (Women in Tech India) is an initiative to provide the company women colleagues (in mid-level), a platform to showcase and strengthen their skills, develop newer technical competencies, be more intentional about their careers and learn from their role models.
SPEED’ is a mentoring program where participants explore and engage with mentors digitally – through a series of short, focussed conversations about specific topics.
W2RT – a NASSCOM Program: Capgemini in India nominated 120+ colleagues for the Women Wizards Rule Tech (W2RT), a NASSCOM Diversity & Inclusion initiative with an aim to enable women technologists build awareness about tech capabilities/ skills in emerging technologies of their choice.