Realty firm Raheja Corp has been named among the country's top 100 best companies for women, by a US-based firm Working Mothers Media.
The HR policies undertaken by K Raheja Corp include sabbaticals, flexible working hours and the work-from-home initiative, empowering women employees to balance both business and individual requirements, a company release said.
The other companies which have been named in the list include Accenture, Deloitte, EY, IBM, P&G, Shell India, TCS, Pepsico, Standard Chartered, Johnson & Johnson, Marico, Cushman & Wakefield, Vodafone, etc.
Working Mothers Media, selected and awarded India's Top 100 Best Companies for Women, on the basis of a detailed questionnaire and a rigorous assessment process.
Grab appoints Vikas Agrawal as Chief Technology Officer *On-demand transportation and mobile payments platform Grab, today said it has appointed Vikas Agrawal as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for GrabPay.
Agrawal joined Grab from Paytm, India's largest mobile payments and commerce platform, where he was the Senior Vice President of Engineering, a company release said.
"Vikas has steered some of the world's largest e-payments platforms through rapid growth, including during the critical time of demonetisation of higher value banknotes in India in 2016. We believe Southeast Asia has the same potential for e-payments in the next 12 months," said Theo Vassilakis, Group CTO, Grab.
Grab currently offers services in more than 100 cities across Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and Myanmar.
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