There seems to be a lot of days in the calendar for various things these days. We have donut day, cake day, Christmas jumper day, and so many more wonderful holidays. But March 8th stands out from the rest, and with good reason – it is International Women’s Day! And this year, we’re all set to support the cause, celebrate women’s achievement, raise against bias, and take action for equality. 

Our Take on Gender Equality 

Gender equality is the equal rights, responsibilities and opportunities of every women and men. The importance of diversity and equality at the workplace is still is a hot topic across different industries, nonetheless the IT industry. 

We at HCL Software are dedicated to attracting and developing people who identify as women across our global operations – and especially in technical positions and leadership roles. Our goal is to promote equality of rights and opportunities for all gender identities across all levels and career paths. And we’re focused on bringing together intelligent, driven, diverse set of individuals in HCL Software. 

Businesses can no longer afford to lose competent talents of all genders. Ultimately, any company can only grow and be innovative through diversity. Every organization has to find ways to retain employees and provide the best possible support in recognizing and developing their potential, contributing their skills, reconcile their personal and professional goals, and achieving them. The equal treatment of all people in an organization and society is a crucial prerequisite for everyone to deploy their personality, strengths, and unique abilities to thrive in business for our company and drive innovation. 

How Far Have We Come? 

The future lies in a work culture of equality and a workforce in which everyone is equal. We underscore our conviction to promote gender equality.  

At HCL Software, we have been at the forefront of employing and empowering women and have more than 1/3rd women workforce around the world with: 

35% 54.2%
Women Leadership Women are in the engineering functional division

 

Explore some of our current figures and key facts that show we have already come a long way. 

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HCL Software | April 8, 2020
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