Someday or the other, we have all come across the term “Gender diversity,” referring to the ratio of men and women at a workplace.
The world is changing for the better. Women are rising as stronger leaders and taking charge in their own hands: compared to their male counterparts, women are creating a more supportive work environment and increasing diversity, equity, and inclusion with their contribution.
Gender diversity in a workplace does not only mean that the men and the women are hired at a similar and consistent rate, but also to ensure that they are getting equal pay and status, with the same working and promotional opportunities.
Despite the crises of the COVID-19 pandemic, women’s representation improved across all levels in the corporate world has been improved in the last few years. This is a positive sign—and worth celebrating following such challenging years.
Revathi Advaithi (CEO Flex), Sharmistha Dubey (CEO Match Group), Reshma Kewalramani (President & CEO Vertex Pharmaceuticals), Sonia Syngal (President & CEO Gap Inc.), Jayshree Ullal (President and CEO of Arista Networks) are just a few names from an exponentially increasing list of Women Leading the Global Workforce, and Breaking the Stereotypes.
Eduncle has also taken the initiative to bridge the gap with a commendable ‘women to men’ ratio of ‘5:4’ and still increasing. As believed by the founder and CEO of Eduncle, Dr. Amit Pareek, “All talk and no action weakens the very root of the system.”
Eduncle has promised and turned “Equity” into “Priority.” Dr. Pareek further added, ‘Here at Eduncle; we make sure that our women employees don’t have to face discrimination at any stage, from the salary paid to the opportunities given, everything has to be fair and equal.
So this Women’s Day, Let’s make a promise to ourselves by spreading the initiative to as many workplaces as possible. Now it is high time to convert those words into actions by breaking the stereotypes and clearing the notions.