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Job Alert: JobsForHer Latest to Power Returnee Jobs with Prominent Organizations

Extends its support to women re-starters at large “women-friendly organizations”.

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JobsForHer (JFH), a connecting portal that enables women on a professional break to restart their careers, announces its Returnee Drive with some large women-friendly organizations. These organizations have declared bold actions to help progress the gender agenda by making a strong commitment to increasing female participation in the workforce. As business leaders they recognize the industry’s need to have a balanced workforce and enable career advancement for women. They know that gender-balanced companies with more engaged workforces achieve greater economic results.

The participating companies for the Returnee Drives are: Sapient, Intuit, Societe Generale, and PayPal. These organizations are striving to increase the number of women leaders through mentoring, engagement, and recruitment initiatives. By helping women rebuild their confidence, the Returnee Drives are meticulously curated to help women re-starters develop their roadmaps for successful careers and fulfilling lives.

Neha Bagaria, founder and CEO, JobsForHer said, “The Returnee Drives with some large women-friendly companies were curated with the intention of hiring women who have taken a break in their careers. These corporate have specifically tailor-made returnee-programmes to re-skill and rehire women on a sabbatical, for jobs ranging from software engineers, technology managers to digital marketers. Industry experts hosted webinars and live chats which aimed to inspire women, educating them and bringing them up to speed with current industry trends.”

Sapient: Spring

SPRING is Sapient’s flagship Women Employee Returnee Program. Through the program, Sapient enables women professionals who have taken a hiatus to return to the workforce, giving them flexibility and opportunity to recreate their niche in the professional world. The program aims at creating a diversity balance within the organization by offering a springboard to working women to re-start their career in technology. The company will create an enabling environment through this robust integration program and will assign each woman returnee a ‘workplace sponsor’ for a period of six months to help them integrate and re-skill in the domain of their choice.

Intuit:Again

#IntuitAgain is an initiative to inspire and provide an opportunity to women technologists who have taken a break in their career and aspire to come back to work. This platform not only gives the candidates a chance to work at one of ' India’s Top Ten Great Places and Fortune magazine’s 'Top 100 Companies' to work for but also provides technical and other training to sharpen their professional skills. The results were inspiring as women in the program stepped up and transformed delivering the best work of their lives and advancing themselves professionally and personally.

PayPal: Recharge

PayPal is constantly providing diverse solutions to real-world challenges for its female employees. Through their Recharge program, they equip women technologists who have taken a career break to return to the workforce. The program includes a boot camp that incorporates technical and soft-skills learning. At the end of the program, ten participants will have the opportunity to work at PayPal’s technology centers across Bangalore and Chennai to build next-generation payments as full-time employees or interns.

Societe Generale

Societe Generale’s commitment to diversity and inclusion represents an important facet of their wish to “build team spirit together”. They seek to develop workplace equality between men and women by informing and training managers and employees on the importance of diversity and inclusion. By increasing the number of female executive staff, they wish to develop diversity at management levels as well.



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