SPIRIT OF WIPRO

Winspire

We are eager to grow while continuing to break barriers and go beyond conventional definitions to expand our horizons, to create a sustainable work environment that allows every individual to be who they are.

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Gender inclusion

The Women of Wipro (WoW) programs are a framework for the inclusion of women in every stage of their life/career. The framework structures Wipro’s internal policies, processes, and initiatives that promote gender inclusion and empowerment.

Built on an innovative and unique “life-stage” based approach, our WoW programs are not a “one-size-fits-all” but have been tailored and customised to cater to the needs of women at every stage of their life and work.

Focused training and mentoring programs for women, networking opportunities with women leaders from across the industry, and inclusive policies and practices foster a gender-inclusive work environment at Wipro.

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Lgbtq+ inclusion

Equal, Inclusive, and Proud

In February 2018, Wipro made LGBTQ+ inclusion a formal focus area under its Inclusion and Diversity Charter. Our inclusion philosophy is guided by the Spirit of Wipro, which expects us to treat every person with respect. For the LGBTQ+ community at Wipro, our goal is to create a workplace and environment where everyone feels welcome, safe, respected, accepted, and not subjected to bias.

Wipro scored 90 out of 100 on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's Corporate Equality Index 2020.

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Disability inclusion

We have developed a holistic program for the inclusion of employees with disabilities, which we refer to as the CREATE framework (Career, Recruit, Engage, Accessibility, Train, and Enable). This approach ensures timely career growth, equity, and equal participation without any discrimination. We recognise that while we empower Wiproites with disabilities (regardless of whether a disability is visible or invisible, present at the time of hiring or developed later), it is equally important to equip other stakeholders to “normalize” disabilities. We have a representation of over 578 employees with disabilities spread across seven geographies performing various job roles. They span 13 different disability types such as sensory, intellectual, psychosocial, locomotor, blood disorders, and so forth. Using an array of customised initiatives, supported by strong policies and procedures, we strive to eliminate social, attitudinal, environmental, infrastructural, and digital barriers to disability.

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Employee Testimonials

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