Rahi formed a comprehensive workplace culture which includes mentorship and career development opportunities designed specifically for women
Rashi Mehta, EVP-Finance, Rahi
We have created a comprehensive workplace culture, including mentorship and career development opportunities designed specifically for women
“One of the biggest challenges for women to take on a leadership role is the biases and stereotypes that exist in many enterprises. These often act as barriers and prevent women’s career progression and leadership opportunities in mentorship, training, and career development when compared to men. Additionally, women with families may face discrimination in hiring, promotion, and pay, which can limit their career advancement.
There are several steps that the tech industry can take to increase women's representation:
● Addressing the issue of the gender pay gap: Tech industry should address compensation inequality to ensure that women are paid equally for their work.
● Promote diversity and inclusion: The industry should promote a culture of diversity and inclusion that values and respects the contributions of women. This can be done by promoting diversity and inclusion programs, and by creating a safe workplace environment.
● Increase investment in STEM education for girls: The STEM education programs for girls will encourage more women to pursue careers in technology. This includes supporting programs that provide mentorship, internships, and other opportunities for girls to gain hands-on experience in STEM fields.
Rahi doesn't believe in the objectives of gender discrimination, but rather promotes gender inclusivity. We have created a comprehensive workplace culture, including mentorship and career development opportunities designed specifically for women. Furthermore, we have also introduced flexible work arrangements to create an environment where women are able to succeed and take on leadership roles.
Despite most of our staff returning to the office, it still feels different from the pre-pandemic era, representing a "new normal." Initially, it was challenging to adjust to the remote work culture, but we eventually adapted and succeeded. However, when the Indian government lifted restrictions, we chose to return to our pre-pandemic mode of operation. We are currently operating at full capacity across all our India operations.-. Despite the decline of COVID-19 cases in India, from hundreds of thousands to just a few hundred, we continue to implement safety measures across all our operations within the country.
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