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TCS wants more women leaders in top deck, sensitisation on caste issues also on cards

“Today diversity is among the centre points of focus for our CEO and leadership. I have upfront seen the board-level questions, board-level interest in this subject,” said TCS’ chief leadership & diversity officer Ritu Anand.
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Ritu Anand, Chief leadership & diversity officer, TCS BCCL
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MUMBAI: India’s largest software company, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), is looking to increase the proportion of women holding leadership positions, as part of a broader agenda to deepen diversity, a top executive told ET. This will also include training employees to be more sensitive to issues of caste, which has emerged as a flashpoint in debates on diversity within global
it has cropped up in multinational corporations. “This is something that a top-down messaging from leaders can solve… if something is done to solve this, it is commendable, and others should follow suit,” she said. At TCS, the diversity and inclusion initiatives include ensuring that promotions are offered on an equal footing to both male and female employees.
MUMBAI: India’s largest software company, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), is looking to increase the proportion of women holding leadership positions, as part of a broader agenda to deepen diversity, a top executive told ET. This will also include training employees to be more sensitive to issues of caste, which has emerged as a flashpoint in debates on diversity within global it has cropped up in multinational corporations. “This is something that a top-down messaging from leaders can solve… if something is done to solve this, it is commendable, and others should follow suit,” she said. At TCS, the diversity and inclusion initiatives include ensuring that promotions are offered on an equal footing to both male and female employees.

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