Change starts with each of us.
We are better together. Let's welcome our differences and celebrate each other.
Wipro 精神是 Wipro 的核心所在。它是我们信奉的价值观。它塑造员工的精神风貌。它是我们的人格所在。它是我们一贯的行为指南。这种精神深深植根于 Wipro 永恒的核心。它拥抱我们必达的使命。它是由四个密不可分的价值观组成。Wipro 精神是我们的一盏指明灯。它给我们指引方向，明确我们的使命。它激励着我们，是衡量我们所有工作的标准。
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.
Begin Again is our Inclusion and Diversity [I&D] initiative for women who are looking to relaunch their career post a break – be it for a sabbatical, motherhood, elderly care, travel, passion, or any other personal reasons. The initiative enables talented women to explore career opportunities that will harness their potential and allow them to get back on track with the present demands of the industry. Some unique differentiators of the “Begin Again” program
Structured learning & enablement programs, Mentorship / buddy program, A network of extended support
Equal, Inclusive, and Proud
For the LGBTQ+ community at Wipro, our goal is to create a workplace and environment where they are welcomed, feel safe, treated with equal respect and acceptance and not subjected to bias. We have a comprehensive framework “Pride” that guides our initiatives and programs in this space- right from promoting an equitable workplace, reviewing existing policies, involving leaders, driving change through awareness sessions and engaging with the community and allies to build a strong network. Through our ERG, Wipro Pride, we aim to reinforce the importance of inclusion across the organization by creating a space where employees can share relevant information and best practices, meet other LGBTQ+ and Ally employees, discuss workplace concerns and more. Every June is celebrated as Pride month by Wiproites across the globe to recognize the efforts of the community and celebrate our support and solidarity for Pride.
Open-minds & Open Hearts
Change starts with each of us.
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.
In Nov of 2010, I went to the WIPRO office here in Manila, Philippines to apply as an Associate. The Operations Manager then asked me how long do I plan to stay with the company, and with all honesty, I responded with 1-2 years.
Joseph James Dela CruzAM for Talent Transformation Team - Manila
It was March of 2009 when I joined Wipro as a Trainer for a Billing and Collections account. After more than a year, I was sent to our Quezon city office to help in starting up the BCP site for the same account and soon I decided to permanently relocate.
John Vincent PiccioSenior Manager – MDPS
I have over 13 years of stint with Wipro, joined in Feb 2007. November of the same year, I acquired a debilitating spinal cord injury that left me paralyzed chest down and permanently disabled. I resumed my work in May 2011 and Wipro provided work from home option as my reasonable accommodation support.
Vikranth Kumar JaiAssistant Manager, IS Audit Lead
Wipro gave me an opportunity to be part of their mission in 2016 being aware of my Hard of Hearing disability. I was treated on par with my peers and was trusted with a challenging opportunity to deliver a robust system while working along with some of the top Indian Government officials.
Hiren MadanAssistant Manager, Digital
My father is a businessman he started to work early, not being able to finish his studies. My mother, a teacher, studied at night, after I was born. I’m the only daughter. At 17 years of age I started at the university, studying Industrial Chemistry in the day and Business Administration at night. At the age of 21, I finished both universities and looked for a job.
Alessandra Peixoto AlvesHead- Talent Acquisition, South America
I spend my day engaging with various employees to ensure a great employee experience, supporting business leaders as an enabling function, and driving various inclusion and diversity and capability building initiatives.
Mellissa FerrierHR Head, Sales, Pre-sales, Practice, & Consulting,
Cloud & Infrastructure Services
I joined Wipro in 2007 just after my marriage and since then it’s been a second home to me. I joined the CIS TA team (erstwhile TIS) as a recruiter and had the opportunity to work with different teams and leaders at that time which has been a great learning experience and gave me the platform to elevate my career
Nandini ShaktawatHead - Talent Acquisition – Cloud and Infrastructure Services
When I’m not at work, managing the household chaos or with the horses, I have a great love of outdoor sports and travel. We are a very active family and we take every opportunity to go to Europe (particularly France or Austria as I speak French and German) to ski or walk or head to Cornwall to surf. We try to plan one big trip a year.
Sarah DixonHead - Talent Engineering and Delivery Enablement, UK & Ireland
Exasperating! I’m sure all mothers would relate to this feeling. While always on top of work, it was imperative to extend my shoulder to my two beautiful kids, Saanvi and Aryan. I would want to thank Wipro for extending such a beautiful culture, where each mother manages to work in flexible hours to be able to take care of her family, while managing the business/work
Srishti LalHead - Talent Acquisition - Digital
I joined Wipro in 2013, and it has been a wonderful experience for me. Currently, I am working as IDAM Lead in CRS for the last 2 years which has transformed me from being an individual contributor to a Leader. I look forward to constantly grow personally and professionally while learning different roles and responsibilities during team collaboration and customer interaction.
As General Manager, Global Program Delivery – Cybersecurity and Risk Services, I am responsible for establishing Transition & Transformation with GO GREEN | STAY GREEN delivery parameters to meet both Wipro and customer quality standards. I have experience of 24 years in Information Technology Delivery and Cyber Security Risk Services. With 10+ years in the Banking & Financial Services Division of Wipro Technologies, my journey with Wipro has let me grow organically from Technical Lead to Project Manager, to Delivery Manager and to Account Delivery Head.