Women professionals want to take on more responsibilities and play a larger role in operations, manufacturing, and engineering services sectors, and conducive policies and practices are needed to help gender inclusion in these core sectors of the economy, says a report.
A GE and Avtar research released today at GE’S BELONG 2021 con- clave, has shown that women professionals want to take on more reversely – gender, sexual responsibilities and play a larger role in Make in India. The research also highlighted that a whopping 84.4 per cent of the male respondents believed that operations, manufacturing, and engineering services sectors would benefit significantly from employing more women. According to Avtar, these sectors have only 12 per cent women at present.
The research was com missioned by GE and conducted by Avtar during September and October 2021 among around 500 professionals (women and men), women engineering students, business and HR leaders in the operations, manufacturing, and engineering services sectors in India. GE has a strong focus on improving all di orientation, abilities. This study provides us and our peer companies specific directions to improve gender diversity in operations, manufacturing, and engineering project management, said Sukla Chandra, I&D Council Leader, GË South Asia.