Altimetrik Hires 552 Women Under WINGS Initiative
Over 500 of India’s women employees and leaders have so far benefitted through the various activities initiated via WINGS that covered programs on financial literacy, Impostor Syndrome, managing stress while working from home amongst others.
Altimetrik a U.S.-based, digital business enablement company has hired 552 women out of the total 2038 hires, in the last 12 months, as part of its Women’s Initiative for Networking Growth and Success (WINGS) initiative.
“Altimetrik is proud of its women power. Our Women’s Initiative for Networking Growth and Success (WINGS) program which was launched on International Women’s Day represents our commitment to attract women talent, nurture leaders and create inclusive workplaces,” says Ranga Kanapathy, Head of India Technology Center, Altimetrik.
“In the last one year, we have been able to strengthen our women force by hiring over 500 professionals in the various departments of Altimetrik taking our women ratio to 24.78%. We intend to work towards narrowing the men to women ratio further in the coming years”, added Mr. Kanapathy.
Over 500 of India’s women employees and leaders have so far benefitted through the various activities initiated via WINGS that covered programs on financial literacy, Impostor Syndrome, managing stress while working from home amongst others. This included learning series with external coaches and aspire series by interacting with fellow women.
“WINGS program aims to deliver growth through diversity, overcome unconscious bias and create a truly gender-neutral culture that supports growth and leadership for all. Our commitment to enroll 80% of potential resources into full-time roles through diversity initiatives and to engage with multiple diversity partners that boost the inclusion agenda, continues to grow,” said Krishna Muniramaiah, Head HR – APAC, Altimetrik.
Aparna Prabhu, Manager; Program Management shares “Working at Altimetrik has been a great learning experience. While getting hired at Altimetrik was fantastic, I was worried about balancing my responsibilities at work and at home. But the work culture and ethics here have changed my fears to joy.”
“Diversity here is an integral part. WINGS has provided a safe space for women to be heard. It has added value in terms of building capability to network and learn from fellow women professionals. I feel appreciated, respected and included in Altimetrik”, adds Aparna.
Globally, Altimetrik is GPTW certified across US and Uruguay other than India. In the recent survey, Uruguay was ranked #9 Great Place to Work amongst notable companies like Mercado Libre, McDonalds, Direct TV, Oracle NetSuite etc.