For the 9th year, Infosys participated at the Women of Color STEM Conference in partnership with Career Communications magazine. The Women of Color Awards recognizes the significant accomplishments of minority women and aims to help companies and governments attract and leverage women talent in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Click here to learn more: https://intouch.ccgmag.com/mpage/woc-stem-conference-home.
Hear from the winners themselves by clicking on the below video. Congratulations to each of them on this special achievement!
A special column on the Infosys Intranet continues to share journeys of inspiration of women at Infosys
Leveraging AI based structured developmental support to high-potential women provided a fillip to our Women in Technology.
Infosys Leadership Institute is focused on strengthening gender diversity in the organization through its Women in Leadership interventions
is a program by Infosys Leadership Institute to train women for leadership roles. Designed as a year-long program in partnership with Stanford GSB, #IamtheFuture program provides holistic development opportunities for our women leaders globally.
The 'Restart with Infosys' program aims to provide you with an opportunity to rejoin the corporate workforce and move your career forward. If you are an experienced professional who is currently on a break and want to re-enter the business world and start contributing, this program is for you.Read More
Aims at advancing and empowering women to excel in their careers in the field of technology. As part of this program, women undergo leadership development interventions, technological trainings, networking, mentoring and also learn from other successful professionals across Infosys. This intervention also provides women opportunities to learn and work on niche technologies and participate in internal as well as external workshops.
Conceptualized and rolled out in collaboration with NASSCOM to build 10000 women in the new and emerging technologies for India (aligned to the National Skills Mission). In addition to designing the program, Infosys D&I team trained 300+ mentors from industry to scale the program. 5000+ women across India and across industry are part of this program. 120 mentors and 12 industry experts contributing over 500 hours supporting this national skilling initiative that positions Infosys as the place for Women in Technology. The success of the program created the launch of a version for non-programmers under the aegis of Tech4All
A collaboration with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) enables women at Infosys to leverage learning and build networks across industry. They also get to participate in industry-led mentoring programs, workshops and seminars
This year, we highlight the stories of the amazing women who make up this organisation, so every day is a celebration of Women's Day. Watch the stories of our #InspiringWomen Infoscions.Know More
'Enlightened companies go out of their way to invest and build a diverse pipeline of talent without compromising on fairness', believes technology professional Jen Mossop Scott. At a time when discussions around diversity and inclusion are gathering importance, Scott had a candid conversation with Infosys' Dena Tahmasebi where she shares her own experiences of curiosity- driven growth, the bi-directional nature of mentorship, and her thoughts on why young girls should look at a career in technology.
As the head of Global Infrastructure and Solutions at Roche, Egle Bronzini takes the work “ally” very seriously. For her, being an ally of diversity and inclusion, ignites a passion that inspires action. In a deep dive with Dena Tahmasebi of Infosys, Bronzini emphasizes that everyone can lead from their seat, and how it is important to be yourself, detach from the outcome, and look at ones career as a long-term process.
International Women's Day 2020 was celebrated across Infosys worldwide. The UN Theme “Each for Equal” focused on building equitable workplaces that allow everyone to realize their full potential. Celebrations included panel discussions; client interactions and participation, health, fitness and self- defense sessions, stories of inspiring women, blogging contests, learning sessions, the 'Gracias' badges and leadership talks.
A strong Return to Work post Maternity program has ensured a whopping 89% women return to work post maternity.
Infosys' Maternity Handbook
Infosys Maternity Handbook provides women the support they require to navigate an important life stage successfully.
The Infy Me App
Infosys' new digital experience landscape for employees has a service called iMother, designed to help women stay connected, relevant and inspired during this important stage of their personal and professional lives.
A formal integration space for returning mothers, known as Mom's Net, provides well-appointed workstations, interaction spaces and lactation rooms -ensuring a safe and comfortable environment for the integration.
The Family Matters
With growing demands in areas of both work and family, there is a need for networks at the workplace for employees to connect and share and leverage the support of their peers and colleagues. The FamilyMatters forum focuses on interactions with experts to strengthen learning and awareness on a variety of topics from childcare, parenting, relationships, family health and wellness and more.
Infosys offers a host of options for childcare from inhouse facilities on campus, to proximity tie ups and even network options for parents preferring childcare support close to their homes.
The theme for International Women's Day (IWD) 2021 is #ChoosetoChallenge. Choose to Challenge is envisaged as an inclusive campaign that calls attention to preferences, behavior and action that we demonstrate in the various situations and contexts that we navigate every day. It invites a deeper reflection into the 'whys' of action or inaction, as the case may be, and urges us to consider a different approach. An approach that will challenge the status quo 'positively' thereby facilitating an unravelling of intent, behavior and action in a way that will inform and guide our everyday as we navigate a larger 'purpose' with 'conscienceRead More
The theme for International Women's Day (IWD) 2022 is Break The Bias. Some of the most stubborn, most debilitating biases that persist, despite us fighting the good fight, often manifest in rather subtle forms. It’s easy to let them slip past us because they come to us camouflaged as friendly comments, ignorant questions or harmless explanations. Our campaign aims to compel everyone to spend 30 seconds taking note of these slips, that so many of us are guilty of, so we can grow to be more aware and of course less biased.Read More