There is a greater focus on recruitment of women in new jobs in IT banking insurance and healthcare sectors

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Posted on 05-02-2021 by Admin


There is a greater focus on recruitment of women in new jobs in IT banking insurance and healthcare sectors

The coming year is bringing gifts for women seeking jobs. There is a change in the thinking of talent managers after the epidemic. There is a greater focus on recruitment of women in new jobs in IT, banking, insurance and healthcare sectors.

At present, only 12% of women working in white collar or office workers and blue collar factories in India are women, but the major companies of the country have made up to 40% jobs in their new recruits. Huh. The budget 2021-22 also talks about promoting night shift for women in government jobs. This is expected to increase the number of working women.

Women in work from home changed the thinking of companies with their work

 

Axis Bank, Infosys, Tata Steel, Vedanta, RPG Group, Dalmia Cement and Tata Chemicals have stepped up the search for female talent. Axis Bank is going to do 2 thousand campus placements this year, out of which a target has been set to recruit 40% women. Infosys is also planning to recruit 17 thousand fresh graduates this year, it will also take care of gender equality.

Tata Steel will also hire 50% of its management recruitments and 40% of engineering recruitments this year.

Dalmia Cement will also run special programs for placements from Women s College and University. Ajit Menon, HR head of Dalmia Group said that we have instructed all search firms that our priority is women.

There are two types of schemes run for women -

The first of which is 100% budget set for women related schemes.

Second of which at least 30% of the budget is fixed for women.

In schemes where 100% of the budget is set for women, the budget of those schemes has declined by 13%. Earlier it was Rs 28.5 crore, now it is Rs 25.2 crore.

 


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