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Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity and Inclusion is a priority at Capgemini India

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. At Capgemini, managing diversity is not an option– it is a business imperative to have sustainable growth in the new socio-economic order.

Our Approach

At Capgemini, we build trusting relationships, find common ground and identify areas for collaboration within the organisation, as well as across our industry and within our communities.

Our Journey

At Capgemini, we live our seven core values through behaviours that reflect our deep commitment to diversity and inclusion. This commitment is echoed by our mantra “People Matter, Results Count.” Since 2004, we have driven a diversity agenda across the whole Group. Our belief extends our definition of diversity beyond the traditional facets of gender, ethnicity, age and sexual orientation, to include experience, personality, communication and work styles. We have designed and enabled various programs for our workforce, leveraging flexibility as a key tool to attract and retain talent, along with the other interventions.

We accelerate inclusion through following dimensions:

Awards and Recognition

Our commitment to responsible business leadership, diversity, work-life flexibility, career coaching and training makes our organization one of the best places to work, learn and excel. Capgemini has received multiple awards and recognition in various forums for our commitment to building inclusive policies, practices and work culture.

Winspire: Advancing Gender Balance

OUTfront : LGBTQ+ Inclusion

Embracing Abilities


Multiculturalism is the phenomenon of multiple groups of cultures existing within one society. The culture of India has been shaped by its long history, unique geography and diverse demography. As a strongly non-hierarchical business in over 40 countries, with over 100 languages spoken, we benefit from a truly diverse mix of cultures and ethnicities.

Happiness & Well-being

Making the difference through the years

At Capgemini, we continually strengthen the diverse mix of our teams and leaders through inclusion-focused interventions and aim to create a culture where all our people can achieve their potential on a level playing field.

Ashwin Yardi, CEO of Capgemini in India and Member of the Group Executive Committee , Head of Group Industrialization & Automation, Capgemini, speaks to Ms. Nishtha Satyam, Deputy Country Representative, UN Women India, to talk about promoting gender equality in the corporate sector. 

Click here to watch the video.