News: Career 2.0: Genpact gives women on break a chance to comeback


Career 2.0: Genpact gives women on break a chance to comeback

In one of the biggest gender diversity initiatives till date, Genpact has rolled out an ambitious plan to hire women who have taken a mid-career break for any reason. Called Career 2.0, the programme, targeted at qualified women who have worked in great companies, is meant to eventually feed the leadership pipeline at senior levels. 

Read Economic Times for full report here.

Topics: Corporate, Diversity

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