Case Studies

April 21, 2017

Empowering Women With an Onsite Childcare Facility – The Ujjivan Model

One of the biggest challenges for any employer is to retain its female workforce. This is critical because a healthy ratio of men and women employees, especially a high percentage of returning women, says a lot about the company’s employee and women friendly HR policies. Ujjivan Financial Services, through their non-profit organization Parinaam Foundation, has engaged with under-privileged families to create a sustainable and impactful change. They were keen to help their women employees move forward in their career goals instead of losing out midterm, just because they turned new […]
April 21, 2017

Childcare Support and how it ensures greater gender balance at the workplace: The HUL model

Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) is perfect example of how gender balance at workplace works globally. HUL’s global diversity initiatives seek to promote ways to retain high potential women talent. Being India’s largest FMCG company since last 80 years, with 35 brands spanning across 20 distinct categories, HUL had to introduce a diverse and employee inclusive agenda to encourage and retain its huge workforce. Recognizing the need to deal with new parents with empathy and support, their pro-employee agenda not just looked at agile and flexible working hours, but also infrastructural […]
April 21, 2017

Should you opt for Subsidized Childcare, the Flipkart way?

Flipkart is a great place to start, if you wish to understand the challenges of a company that is dominated by millennials. The company has over 8,000 employees and 35% of its workforce are newly married couples around 29 years of age. The onus has been on the company to cater to the needs of young parents, especially young mothers, within their workforce. Recognising the need to deal with new parents with empathy and support, Mr Satheesh KV, Director, Total Rewards, said the company worked on devising a Progressive Childcare […]