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DCKAP Signs UN Women’s Empowerment Principles

By |August 28, 2014 January 3rd, 2022No Comments

With gender equality knocking the doors of every Technology firm in the valley, every major company is making the best use of their resources to have an egalitarian work place. We at DCKAP have taken the step forward to have a work place that employs and empowers women, by signing the United Nations Women’s Empowerment Principles.

WEP Principles

Being an enterprise e-commerce solutions provider, majority of our employees are involved in developing cutting edge solutions for our customers. This requires a workforce that is technically adept and creative to the changing market. Currently DCKAP has a solid 35% of women employees across the organization.

Gender diversity not only means mere employee count, but also equal opportunity in the organization to lead and take initiatives. At DCKAP, we have women leaders bringing remarkable changes both at the corporate level and at the technical level. At the corporate level, we have Dipthi who formulates and executes our talent acquisition strategy. In the technical front, out of the 5 teams two teams are efficiently led by women. Our Drupal expert’s team is led by Kavitha while our Ecommerce QA team is led by Bhavani. The performance of these individuals has brought in phenomenal value and appreciation to DCKAP.

Having a workplace that’s void of any gender inequality creates a progressive culture within the organization. DCKAP is proud and honored to sign the United Nations Women’s Empowerment Principles and we would strive hard to imbibe these principles in our culture, resulting in equal opportunity and growth for women.

Ragunathan

Author Ragunathan

Ragu manages our entire Marketing activities at DCKAP. He has a firm belief that marketing should always capture the person's mind instead of merely gaining eye balls. He has a varied experience across Retail, Automobiles, Health Care and Manufacturing verticals. During his free time you can always find Ragu researching about world cinema and watching them.

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