- Women should form at least 10% of the overall workforce in the organization
- Representation of at least 1 woman on the board of directors, as directed by Sebi
- Representation of at least 2 women across c-level in the organization
- Maternity benefits other than 6 months leave, if any
- Undertaking CSR initiatives for women, at the society level. Such as – constructing lavatories for women, supporting women/girlchild education, etc.
- Zero tolerance policy for sexual harassment against women
- Women employees sharing at least 70% positive feedback on publicly available platforms and qualitative interviews.
- The knowledge partner will define parameters and segments, as well as assign weightage for evaluation.
- Organizations can self-nominate by completing an online application form on the event website.
- The Research partner will analyze a universe of 1000+ organisations based on the knowledge partner’s parameters and the self-nominations received.
- The assessment of these 1000 plus organisations will be based on parameters defined by the knowledge partner.
- Following this, these organisations will have to fill out a questionnaire.
- This will be followed by a rigorous evaluation process and out of these 1000 organisations, 200 organisations will be shortlisted.
- These shortlisted brands will be intimated and invited to be felicitated at The Economic Times Best Organisations for Women on March 8, Hotel Sahara Star, Mumbai.
- The success stories of organisations will also be featured in The Economic Times Best Organisations for Women Coffee Table Book 2023.