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Only 38 of India’s 100 leading publicly listed corporations have more than 20 per cent women employees in their workforce, reveals the India Disclosure Index 2023 report released by FTI Consulting Inc.
The report, which tracks corporate disclosure practices amongst Nifty 100 companies, also shows that five companies have over 40 per cent women employees in their workforce: Page Industries (75%), SBI Cards (52%), InterGlobe (44%), Samvardhana Motherson (43%) and Info Edge (41%).
According to the report, 10 companies have over 30 percent of women employees in their workforce: TCS, Infosys, Wipro, Tech Mahindra, ICICI Bank, LTI Mindtree, Canara Bank, Apollo Hospitals, Avenue Supermarts and Britannia.
Top 100 companies together have 23,922 ‘differently abled’ employees, 46 per cent of which are employed by four state-owned enterprises: Canara Bank, Bank of Baroda, Hindustan Aeronautics and State Bank of India (each employing over 2% of its workforce from the disabled community).
More than 75 of the Nifty 100 companies disclosed that they have clear succession planning processes in place for senior leadership, while fewer than half (49) offer flexible work policies post-lockdown.
Amrit Singh Deo, Senior Managing Director – Strategic Communications, FTI Consulting, and author of the report, said, “The India Disclosure Index report…
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