Capgemini is one of The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2018

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Capgemini has again been named in The Times Top 50 Employers for Women list, published in partnership with Business in the Community, the Prince’s Responsible Business Network.

The alphabetical and unranked list celebrates UK employers that are building gender equality into their business strategy and have committed creating inclusive workplace cultures and women’s progression at work. The listing involves a comprehensive submission process managed by the gender equality campaign of Business in the Community.

In the last year, some of our work has included:

  • Improving opportunities for flexible working through our work-life harmony policy
  • Rolling out inclusion training for our vice presidents, hiring managers, recruitment and HR teams
  • Introducing a returnships programme to support women to return to work after long-term career breaks
  • Taking gender into consideration when succession planning for all key leadership roles
  • Refreshing recruitment policies to ensure an inclusive approach to hiring
  • Promoting our female role models both internally and externally
  • Inspiring our team members and school students with internal and external speakers at our employee network events

  Christine Hodgson, Chairman at Capgemini UK, commented: “This Responsible Business Week, I’m delighted that we have again been recognised by Business in the Community in their prestigious ‘The Times Top 50 Employers for Women’ – a list which becomes more competitive every year. Our placing as one of just 50 companies leading the way on workplace gender equality in the UK is a marvellous achievement. It reflects our commitment – through our Active Inclusion programme and work with our community partners – to making the IT industry a better place for women to work and thrive.”

Chloe Chambraud, Gender Equality Director, Business in the Community, said: “Well done to Capgemini on being named in The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2018 – the process was highly competitive so they should be very proud of their success. Their efforts are enabling women and men to contribute equally to society, and I hope other organisations will learn from their example.”

We have also received other external recognition in the past year:

You can find out more about Capgemini’s Active Inclusion strategy here and our latest CSR report launched on Monday is here.

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