Capgemini is committed to equality of opportunity and dignity at work for all, irrespective of caste, religion, race, gender, color, creed, ethnic or national origin, marital status, sexuality, disability, class or age. This inclusive environment makes everyone feel welcomed and valued for the contributions. At Capgemini, managing diversity is not an option– it is a business imperative to have sustainable growth in the new socio-economic order. Cultural dexterity—the ability to work and communicate with people from different backgrounds—is an important business skill that helps us work together and interact with our clients. We believe that working with talented individuals from different backgrounds and points of view is a strategic advantage and an ongoing opportunity.
Leadership commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
Our leadership team is committed to creating a workplace that is equal and diverse. Our CEO is the sponsor and custodian of diversity, equity and inclusion within the organization, and plays a pivotal role in creating an environment that manifests fair treatment, access, opportunity, and advancement for all our colleagues.
“At Capgemini we value and respect differences. We know that when people from different backgrounds and with different points of view and talents work together, we maximize on the innovative solutions and create the highest value for our clients, people and communities.” – Gayathri Ramamurthy, Diversity and Inclusion leader – India, Capgemini.
Thanks to our well-thought through governance mechanism with Sarika Naik as Chairperson of Diversity and Inclusion, Pooja Herwadkar, Co-Chairperson Diversity and Inclusion and Girish Wardadkar, Male Champion, Diversity and Inclusion, we have raised the bar on our commitment to an equal opportunity workplace.
“Our aspiration is to build an inclusive culture which embraces differences, where we live our values every day and our people can be themselves.” – Sarika Naik, Chief Marketing Officer – India, Capgemini
Diversity & Inclusion is one of the best ways for organizations to reap rich dividends in innovation, resilience and policy making. The essence of gender equality it not one size fits all, hence, equity across women’s life stages is very important. “ – Niraj Parihar, Executive Vice President, Leader – Insights and Data, India at Capgemini and D&I Male Champion.
“I have found tremendous satisfaction in engaging in dialogues across our stakeholder community and seeing the needle move. I continue to commit to address culture within to enable an equal opportunity workplace.” – Girish Wardadkar, Head of Sogeti, India and Executive Vice President, India, Capgemini